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Great cycling deals on Scott bikes, SiS protein & BTwin

The DealCatcher has more bikes to get you riding, neck warmers to keep you riding in the cold, and protein to let you ride more!

The DealCatcher has some more excellent bike bits that are experiencing discounts today, and we hope they'll help you keep riding over the next few months.

Getting out on your bike isn't going to get any easier over the next few months. Looking at many of our lethargic track records here at the major issues we've had with getting out on our bikes have been: an appropriate bike to ride, the right gear to use, and the motivation to get out there.

The following few deals should help with those issues.


Tweeks Cycles

20% off Scott's Speedster 60 2016 Road Bike
WAS £549.00 | NOW £438.00

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As far as entry level bikes go, using a brand that's features in the professional peloton - specifically with the IAM Cycling lot as well as the Orica BikeExchange bunch - is a pretty safe bet.

Scott's Speedster 60 is an entry level road bike by name and price, but the aluminium frame and fork are racey enough to get you moving towards the top of those Strava rankings.

Shimano's 2x7 A070 groupset accompanies Syncros Race 27 Aero profile wheels and Schwalbe Racepac tyres.

- Read more:'s Scott Speedster S30 review


Science in Sport

49% off Science in Sport's Whey Protein Bundle
WAS £48.99 | NOW £24.98

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If you time your purchases right over at Science in Sport, you'll be able to buy the company's Whey Protein at a discount almost eternally.

Today's protein bundle is excellent. Not only are both products - which we've reviewed very positively - fantastically discounted, together they offer total flexibility with how you consume your protein.

Our reviewers of both of these products noted a performance boost and praised the taste and convenience of the products.

Not bad at almost half price.

- Read more:'s SiS Whey Protein review
- Read more:'s SIS Whey20 review



43% off BTwin's 300 Cycling Neck Tube
WAS £2.99 | NOW £1.69

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Finally, when the weather drops a bit further over the coming weeks you'll be thankful for something to keep you warm.

The beauty of one of these neck tubes is that you can switch which part of you it's keeping warm at ease.

Say you're flying down a hill and the breeze is freezing your ears and head, just slip it under your helmet, but if you're over heating on a climb, just tuck it down and free your upper neck and head. It's reflective too, so that's great.

The last BTwin neck warmer we reviewed did spectacularly.

- Read more:'s BTwin 500 Reflective Cycling Neck Warmer review

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Ginsterdrz | 7 years ago

Those whey sachets are like taking a mouthful of soured milk-absolutely disgusting!

Subotai replied to Ginsterdrz | 7 years ago

Ginsterdrz wrote:

Those whey sachets are like taking a mouthful of soured milk-absolutely disgusting!


Couldn't agree more. They were dishing them out atthe end of the Rise Above Sportive just when i needed one. Absolutely foul but seemed to do the trick. Will stick to power in shake form from no on though.

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