Great cycling deals on Castelli, Abus, & Dawes

The DealCatcher's got bargain bikes, great offers on cycling jackets, and super solid bike locks for you in today's round-up...

If you're a new cyclist or you're just looking for a bargain pair of wheels, the DealCatcher's got a fantastic deal on a Dawes alongside a couple of other great cycling deals for you today.

The DealCatcher also has a great offer on a rated 9/10 Abus lock and a Castelli jacket.

What's more, the Dawes is a rung up on the ladder from the base model that featured in our Best Road Bikes for Under £300.


Evans Cycles

50% off Dawes Giro 600 Road Bike
WAS £649.99 | NOW £389.99

The Dawes 200 which we featured in the buyers guide you can read below was a stand-out member of the below £300 club because off the exceptional quality of the bike's triple butted 6061 alloy frame.

You'll get that same quality here, with the upshot of some improved componentry - which was the limiting factor of the 200.

The 600 carries some base level 9-speed Shimano STI bits, alongside toe-clipped pedals, a carbon fork and even an included bell.

- Read more:'s Best Bikes for under £300


Hargroves Cycles

38% off Abus London Granit 53 Lock
WAS £69.99 | NOW £43.48

Abus does great bike locks. That's for absolute certain.

The company's Granit range is as solid as the name would suggest too.

When we reviewed the Granit X-Plus D-lock our man Dave Atkinson gave it a solid 9/10, and the London Granit here will do as good a job.

- Read more:'s Abus Granit X-Plus review


Chain Reaction Cycles

40% off Castelli's Velo Jacket
WAS £80.00 | NOW £47.99

"Packable, portable... and packs a punch." That's the alliterative triplet that our esteemed reviewer Steph Mann used to describe Castelli's Velo Jacket.

Which is pretty restrained praise for a jacket she couldn't fault. The Velo got a 9/10 on review, and it was its portability alongside its windproofing and waterproofing that won it the accolade.

At this price, you won't find a cross-season jacket that performs as well.

- Read more:'s Castelli Velo Jacket review


Elliot joined team 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 about two-wheeled sustainable transportation, he's focussing on business sustainability and the challenges facing our planet in the years to come.

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