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The DealCatcher's collected the biggest and best road cycling deals from Chain Reaction Cycles...

Cycling retail heavyweight Chain Reaction Cycles has brought its month-long Black Friday celebrations to a close with the release of its final round of stellar cycling deals.

We're getting the day's deals off to a flyer here; and expect to see plenty more incredible cycling deals over the next 24 hours too!

CRC in the meantime have got a ridiculous number of 60%+ discounts that can be found in their deep discount bucket today.

Our list here features our favourite 13 deals from this batch of discounts, including a massive discount on a Bell helmet, massive savings on Lezyne lights, a big offer on Cube's 2016 Attain road bike & so much more.

The only question that remains is: what are you waiting for? Tuck in!

 

65% off Bell's Star Pro Helmet
WAS £169.99 | NOW £59.99

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65% off De Marchi's Women's Veloce Bib Shorts
WAS £ 109.99 | NOW £38.99

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61% off Lezyne's Macro Drive 600XL Light Set
WAS £89.99 | NOW £34.99

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60% off 661's Recon Gloves
WAS £24.99 | NOW £9.99

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60% off FSA's Gossamer BB386 Pro N-10-11 Crankset
WAS £199.99 | NOW £79.99

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60% off DMT's Libra Road Shoes
WAS £144.99 | NOW £57.99

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60% off Fizik's Arione R5 Saddle
WAS £84.99 | NOW £33.99

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59% off Hutchinson's Atom Road Bike Tyres
WAS £36.99 | NOW £14.99

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50% off De Rosa's 2016 King XS Frameset
WAS £2999.99 | NOW £1499.99

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50% off De Marchi's Stripe LS Jersey
WAS £99.99 | NOW £49.99

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40% off Mux-Off CRC Pro Cleaning Kit
WAS £60.00 | NOW £35.99

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26% off Cube's 2016 Attain Pro Road Bike
WAS £699.00 | NOW £519.99

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25% off dhb's Aeron Roubaix Bib Tights
WAS £80.00 | NOW £60.00

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Elliot joined team road.cc bright eyed, bushy tailed, and straight out of university.

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.