Grab yourself a bargain with the road.cc DealCatcher! In today's round-up we've got bikes, gloves and socks from some top retailers.
Of those retailers the first is Chain Reaction Cycles. The UK's biggest online cycling retailer has sliced a chunky 20% off the Lapierre Audacio 100. We've had Lapierre bikes through the office for test before, so keep your eyes peeled for some words of wisdom.
Next up is Cycle Surgery. They've taken a look outside and deduced that all of us are in need of some bargain cycling gloves for the biting cold. They've got Gore Thermo gloves on offer, and we can tell you with some authority that they're fantastic.
And finally, Decathlon is keeping an eye on the other end of our bodies with an offer on B'Twin Winter Cycling Socks!
Chain Reaction Cycles
20% off Lapierre's 2016 Audacio 100 TP
WAS £679.99 | NOW £543.99
Lapierre's entry level Audacio is superbly accessible and excellently priced, especially with this discount.
We've had a play with the more expensive 400 and we really liked what we saw.
This number carries Shimano Claris drivetrain bits alongside a Lapierre carbon fork, Mach1 rims and Michelin Dynamic Sport tyres.
25% off Gore Bikewear's Universal Thermo Gloves
WAS £60.00 | NOW £45.00
In the words of our esteemed reviewer Stu Kerton, these gloves are "truly awesome."
Not only that, they're an absolute steal at £45.
Even at temperatures as low as -6°C Stu said that these gloves performed remarkably well.
28% off B'Twin's 700 Winter Cycling Socks
WAS £8.99 | NOW £6.49
Our final bit of extremity bargain work for the day sees us head over to Decathlon for some B'Twin bargains.
These socks will keep your toes warm when they have no right to be.
We like B'Twin socks here too, check out our review of the 500 Cycling Socks below:
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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.
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