The weather's on the turn, and you're not the only one who's noticed. The folks at Cycle Surgery have rolled up to the doors here at road.cc towers with a truckload of cycling deals especially for you guys.
In today's DealCatcher Takeover we're bringing you loads of goodies that'll help see you through the next few months of wet and wild weather.
Starting off with a few bits to keep you dry, jackets from Altura, Specialized and Endura alongisde a pair of overshoes from Altura are available for up to 60% off.
Then, to literally help see you through the next few months, there's a pair of Oakley sunglasses which have seen a £100 discount, and a Light and Motion light with a quarter of its RRP lopped off.
Altura do hi-viz jackets; they do them really well. Over the years we've reviewed our fair share of them, and they've all performed excellently.
This one in particular went down well while we had it in for review. Our tech editor Mat Brett said that it's good for weather protection all year round.
If you're looking for an adaptable jacket that'll work as an outer layer when it's cool and a mid-layer when it's freezing and the rain is coming down in buckets, Specialized's RBX Element jacket could be the jacket for you.
The jacket's made of three layers, a compact smooth and elastic abrasion resistant outer shell, a water repellant inner layer, and a Lombardia fleece back for comfort and warmth.
When you need something a little more heavy duty, Endura's Equipe Exo Softshell Jacket will see you through just about anything.
Our man David Else put Endura's top-of-the-range jacket through its paces and said it had a perfect cut and felt great as soon as he put it on.
The windproof and waterproof jacket keeps the bad weather out and the warmth in, David says, so it's perfect for this time of year.
Plus, it's a bargain right now.
Your top half might seem like the most important place to keep warm and dry, but if you've ever been caught out with wet and cold feet, you'll know that actually that problem can be way more uncomfortable.
Altura's Ergofit range is excellent. We reviewed the Ergofit gloves a while back and our man John Burrage called them warm and well priced.
This might seem like a strange inclusion.
Yeah, it's not going to be sunny over the next couple of months, not really sunny anyway. But where sun hurt your eyes in the summer, road spray'll be even more uncomfortable for the next few moths.
Oakley's Radarlock sunglasses feature vents that'll prevent your glasses from steaming up on cold days and if you buy them from Cycle Store right now you'll get a set of clear and dark lenses.
We reviewed the Radarlock Path glasses here at road.cc. Our tech editor Mat Brett gave them an 8/10.
Light and Motion's Urban 500 outputs - as you'd expect if you're familiar with light naming trends - 500 lumens; and Light and Motion say it's the brightest, lightest and most compact light in its class.
Numerous beam patterns and an amber side light for visibility make it a complete package if you're looking for a new light for your cockpit.
Our man Iwein Dekoninck gave the 800 a 9/10, so there's quality in these lights.
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"Roglič dropped traditional out of the equation"...
The lens issue will be that the lens sits further away from the eye than normal glasses....
the none 00 version is £140 cheaper
€3900 "without VAT", so add another 20% or so.
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