The DealCatcher's teamed up with Wiggle once again to pinpoint some of the best deals available for you guys.
We've got some big brands for you today, too. A couple of Eastway bikes have seen some hefty discounts alongside clothing deals on Endura, Altura, Castelli, dhb and Alé.
Plus, as a little bonus, there's a 28% discount to be had on a Garmin Edge 520. Bear in mind the unit got a 9/10 when it was on review here at road.cc.
Eastway's Zener range of endurance road bikes certainly got us chatting when its 2016 bikes launched back in 2015.
The Zener D1 was our specific point of reference, as its the one we had in to test, but the information we garnered from that bike has coloured us interested in the whole range.
The D3 here is the range's entry level model and carries Shimano's full Tiagra drivetrain and mechanical disc brakes.
At £650 it's some package for new riders interested in club runs and long days in the saddle.
Where the Zener range is about comfort and endurance, Eastway's Emitters are all about performance.
This remarkably priced carbon machine offers both fantastic speed and response alongside incredible value.
The bike carries Shimano's fantastic Ultegra groupset, a full carbon frame and fork, Mavic's Aksium wheelset, and a Fizik Aliante saddle.
When our man Mike Stead got his hands on the long sleeve Classics styled Endura FS260-Pro jersey he not only said it was "worth every penny" he went as far as saying that Endura had "redefined clothing for riding fast in bad weather."
The 9/10 review, which you can read below, heralded the range as game changing. Offering both protection from the elements, and a breathable, comfortable fit, the jersey's excellent value even without this discount.
Altura's Nevis III jacket performed well on road.cc review, and offers an excellently flexible on and off bike option for days when the weather is less than ideal.
Perfect for the damp spring days ahead, the jacket features full windproof and waterproof materials, a mesh lining to keep you from sticking to the jacket if you're putting in some extra effort, and a fleece collar lining will keep you pretty comfortable.
In the wet and the cold the thing that suffers most, after your toes of course, are your joints.
When we're cycling it can be argued that there's no joint more important than your knees.
Castelli's Nanoflex Knee Warmers will keep the water away and will keep your knees warm.
Our tech editor Mat Brett called them perfect for autumn and spring use.
When it's cold enough for you to be worried that a short sleeve jersey won't be enough to keep you comfortable, but it's far too warm to consider long sleeves, what do you do?
You look towards options like dhb's ASV Warmer Jersey.
This professional level jersey is perfect for cooler days, features reflective logos and print details, silicone grippers for comfort and is lightweight but warm.
While the weather is still cold winter jerseys can both still be useful and can be found cheap because retailers are looking ahead to the spring.
This Alé ticks both of those boxes.
Alé says that the Clima Protection 2.0 jersey provides the right amount of protection in medium cold climates and is plenty breathable too.
Finally, Garmin's Edge 520 GPS computer has had a £80 chunk sliced off of its asking price.
Our man Ash Quinlan called this device "a pleasure to use" and said that it massively outstripped its predecessor the 510.
If you're interested in getting to know the device a bit better before pulling the trigger, check out our review below.
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.