Bikes, bars and b... tyres; sure we missed the alliterative triplet in this week's DealCatcher, but we've nailed the deals!
This year's Cube's Attain GTC Pro Disc Road Bike leads the way in today's deals: Cycle Surgery are offering the bike for 27% off its asking price.
Continental Grand Prix 4 tyres follow from Chain Reaction Cycles at a 42% discount, and Science in Sport round today's DealCatcher off with a 49% discount on an Endurance Bundle.
27% off Cube's 2016 Attain GTC Pro Disc Road Bike
WAS £1499.00 | NOW £1099.00
All nine kilograms of Cube's Monocoque Twin Molded Carbon road bike have been discounted over at Cycle Surgery.
The bike, which carries Shimano's excellent 105 drive train and Fulcrum's Racing 77 disc wheels, has had its frame updated for this year.
Cube say that the Attain GTC is all about comfort and speed, with its updated frame focusing on reducing fatigue on long rides.
Chain Reaction Cycles
42% off Continental GP4 Season Vectran Tyre
WAS £54.99 | NOW £31.99
Continental's Grand Prix 4 tyre is designed for wet winter and autumnal months.
Not only do the tyre's tough Duraskin mesh and two Vectran anti-puncture layers provide you with extra protection against those tree-debris induced punctures make this a good choice, the max grip silica rubber compound will give you great levels of grip.
At 220g it's a good weight for the rider wanting a fast winter tyre too.
Science in Sport
49% off SIS's Lite Endurance Bundle
WAS £49.00 | NOW £24.99
Finally, if you think you're going to need all the help you can get to stay out on your bike this winter, you might want to think about nutrition to keep your energy levels up.
If you do manage to keep your body feeling good this winter, the only thing between you and a great winter of cycling will be the psychological barrier of getting yourself out the front door.
Science in Sport can help. The nutrition company's Endurance Bundle features REGO recovery protein and the electrolyte drink mix to keep you moving, while the GO Isotonic Energy Gels will keep you feeling good on your rides.
According to our reviewer David Else, the GO Energy Gels are "high performing gel with carbohydrates for energy and fluid for hydration; tastes good, slips down easily, and is fair value."
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Raised in front of cathode ray tube screens bearing the images of Miguel Indurain and Lance Armstrong, Elliot's always had cycling in his veins.
His balance was found on a Y-framed mountain bike around South London suburbs in the 90s, while his first taste of freedom came when he claimed his father's Giant hybrid as his own at age 16.
When Elliot's not writing for road.cc about two-wheeled sustainable transportation, he's focussing on business sustainability and the challenges facing our planet in the years to come.