Today's selection of fantastic cycling deals comes to you straight from the folks over at Canyon.
There's a pretty spectacular sale going on over on Canyon's website right now, and the discounts extend to the German brands excellently engineered bicycles.
We've got four to share with you today, from disc-equipped speedsters, endurance bikes and even a rogue mountain bike... Yep, that's right. A DealCatcher first.
Following those we take a look around the non-two-wheeled wares available at Canyon. Check out a pair of Shimano pedals, Mavic shoes, and a Bell helmet.
Don't let the very close spelling to 'endurance' fool you, Canyon's Endurace bike is very much a performance-oriented road bike.
You may have already realised, but the name is a mixture between 'endurance' and 'race'. The idea being, you'll get all those lovely fast performance features aboard a bike that, to quote our tech editor David Arthur "won't leave you needing a book or a chiropractor after each ride."
That's down to the bike's endurance geometry, and as far as performance features go, you don't get too much more performance oriented than Shimano's Ultegra electric di2 groupset. Fizik's Aliante saddle, Shimano BR-RS805 disc brakes, and Reynolds's Assault carbon wheels will give you a bit more of a kick.
Normally when we roll down the model numbers in bike models - and especially when we see the price drop - we've come to expect significantly lower-end specs.
Interestingly, the Canyon Endurace CF 7 doesn't follow that trend.
Shimano's Ultegra groupset, Mavic's Aksium wheels and Canyon finishing kit all aboard a carbon frame makes this model even more impressive value than the bike we saw before.
As far as performance-only Canyon bikes go, the Ultimate range is excellent.
We know. Our man Stu Kerton took the Ultimate SLX 9 out for a thorough few test rides last year and was blown away by the bike's performance.
"Bang for buck, you'll struggle to find a better race machine than the Canyon Ultimate SF SLX 9.0," Stu said. He also mentioned that the weight of the Shimano Ultegra-equipped and DT Swiss R 23 Spline DB wheel-carrying road bike will also be hard to beat!
Here's a curve ball. We don't usually see these types around these parts.
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Thinking about getting ahead in the pedal game?
Half price Dura-Ace gear is always worth paying attention to.
We had these beauties in for review. Our tech editor Mat Brett called them "super-stable, reasonably lightweight and easy to use" pedals.
Mavic's Ksyrium Elite II road shoes are exceptionally verstile.
Like the Endurace range, which couples performance with comfort, the Ksyrium Elite IIs bring your foot closer to the pedal axle for direct power transfer while remaining supremely comfortable.
Carbon soles for power transfer, Endofit tongue and Ergo fit insoles for comfort, and a super light 560g weight for the pair offers a wonderful package.
Bell's Star Pro is an excellently versatile helmet for riders looking to shave some seconds off their strava times without sacrificing head comfort.
Vents on the sides of the helmet can be opened and closed to improve comfort or improved aerodynamism depending on which is of most importance to the cyclist.