The DealCatcher's here with some cracking cycling deals from Cube, Spokesman, and dhb today!
It's a road bike from Cube available over at Chain Reaction Cycles that kicks off today's deal round-up. Last year's Cube Attain is sitting pretty on a 25% discount.
Following that is a Spokesman jersey. The Ghost, available at Cycle Surgery is perfect for those of you looking for a performance boost this spring.
Finally, long finger gloves from dhb and Wiggle. Full finger gloves in the spring and summer you ask? Just have a look!
Chain Reaction Cycles
25% off Cube's 2016 Attain Road Bike
WAS £599.00 | NOW £449.99
Specifically specced for those of you who are just finding your feet in this wonderful world of road cycling, or those of you looking for an effectively-priced road option, this Cube Attain is an incredible package given the price.
Features that you wouldn't expect from a sub-£1000 road bike, let alone a sub-£500 road bike, like internal cable routing and carbon forks make it very alluring option.
We recently had the 2017 edition of a member of Cube's Attain range in for test - this one the highly specced GTC Pro Disc. Check out our video just in below.
28% off Spokesman's Ghost Jersey
WAS £90.00 | NOW £65.00
We've not had the Ghost jersey from Spokesman in for test, but we really liked the brand's climbers jersey when we reviewed it.
This number's perfect for the spring. The Ghost features Coldblack technology which means the fabric absorbs less heat in blazing sunshine. There's bound to be loads of that in the coming weeks. Seriously.
In the meantime, check out the climbers jersey review below.
53% off dhb's Lightweigh LF Road Gloves
WAS £16.00 | NOW £7.50
Our final product in today's DealCatcher may seem a little odd.
Full finger gloves are usually winter options, right? Well the safety features of full finger gloves will be well known to those of you who have come off your bike, almost ever.
These are thin, lightweight gloves, that won't get your palms sweaty when the weather gets balmy.
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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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