Today, the DealCatcher has a 33% discount on Storck's Aernario Ultegra 6800 bike, Assos jerseys & Castelli bibshorts for you!...

Today's road.cc DealCatcher cycling deals are coming at you from three massive brands in the world of cycling and from some hefty cycling retailers too.

First up are German bike makers Storck. Over at Vielo Sports you can get a third off the Aernario Comp Ultegra 6800.

Assos's SS.mangussta short sleeve jersey has also had a hefty discount over at Ribble. It's certainly worth a look if you fancy adding to your spring wardrobe.

Finally, Cycle Surgery has a deal on Castelli Velocissimo bib shorts.


Vielo Sports

33% off Storck's 2016 Aernario Comp Ultegra 6800
WAS £2999.99 | NOW £2000.00

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Winner of road.cc's 2015 Super Bike of the Year award with its Aernario Platinum, Storck has passed plenty of that bike's DNA down to the Comp Ultegra.

The Comp weighs in at 7.45kg, and carries the same tubes and ride characteristics as the Platinum that won our award a couple of years back.

- Read more: road.cc's Storck Aernario Platinum review


Ribble Cycles

40% off Assos's SS.mangussta SS Jersey
WAS £129.99 | NOW £77.00

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As spring threatens to arrive technical features like Assos's skinFoil bodyInsulator can be incredibly handy.

The jersey will keep you warm, especially when combined with a baselayer. It's tight fitting, features UV protection, and wicks away any excess moisture.

- Read more: road.cc's Assos SS.CampionissimoJersey_evo7


Cycle Surgery

35% off Castelli's Velocissimo Men's Bibshorts
WAS £90.00 | NOW £59.00

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Finally, Castelli's Velocissimo's bibshorts came in for road.cc review a while back and they performed pretty darn well.

The bibs are "impressibely comfortable for all day riding" according to Stu Kerton.

They're durable too, and easily justify their full price tag.

At this price they're a bargain.

- Read more: Castelli's Velocissimo bibshorts review



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