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Here are three excellently affordable cycling goodies that could make the end of this month all the sweeter.
Starting over at Chain Reaction Cycles you could give your cyclocross dreams a kickstart with Raleigh's RX Elite.
Cold hands shouldn't be something any of us suffer from at this time of year, so why not pop down to Cycle Surgery and check out their range? We've picked out Mavic's Cosmic Wind Gloves.
Finally, Ribble Cycles's December deals feature a Sigma computer that's stupidly good value.
Chain Reaction Cycles
We're fans of Raleigh's cyclocross offerings here at road.cc. The company's original Raleigh RX - the Comp - hit highs of 8/10 back in 2013 when it came our way for review.
This model's significantly cheaper than the old Comp, but for your money you'll enjoy Shimano Sora shifters, Tektro brakes, a drivetrain featuring RSP and SRAM bits, an alloy cyclocross frame with tapered headtube, and RSP CX2.0 23mm wheels.
The 10kg unit is a steal at a touch over £400 - perfect for your discipline-curious cycling significant other.
Cold hands. Everyone hates cold hands.
So why are you suffering from them? These Mavic Cosmic Gloves will keep your digits warm in the most biting, windy conditions.
At almost 40% they're a bargain too.
Finally, get Sigma's BC 12.12 for £12 cheaper than you'll get it on Amazon over at Ribble Cycles.
The unit, which is named after how many excellent cycling functions it possesses - that's 12 by the way - will let you know how far you've gone, what the temperature is, what the time is, how long you've been riding, how fast you're riding and much, much more.
For under £20, this could be the perfect stocking filler.
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