Today's DealCatcher comes to you straight from the folks over at Wiggle. As usual we've got a selection of top brands and wonderful products at discount prices to tempt that wallet out of your pocket.
Up first is a bike. GT's adventure offering, the Grade AL X, has seen its price drop by over a quarter, putting it a touch over the £1000 point.
We've also got High5 nutrition, Castelli socks and BBB sunglasses alongside a selection of dhb waterproof jackets.
What're you waiting for?
Due to limited availability, we've replaced the GT deal with a pair of Bont cycling shoes.
26% off GT's 2016 Grade AL X
WAS £1499.99 | NOW £1099.98
The adventure category of bikes has taken off over the last few years, and this crowd favourite - the GT’s Grade - has stood the test of time since its release.
The AL X carries a carbon fork, a SRAM Rival 1x11 groupset with hydraulic disc brakes, Jalco CR435 rims and Clement 33mm tyres on its alloy frame.
50% off Bont's Vaypor Road Shoe
WAS £225.00 | NOW £112.50
A 9/10 road shoe. That's what these are.
Our tech editor Mat Brett spent a fair few miles in these shoes and came away very impressed with the Vaypors.
Not only are they exceptionally lightweight and stiff, the heat-mould sole makes for a perfect fit.
53% off High5's Selection Pack
WAS £14.99 | NOW £6.99
We're big fans of what High5 do with regards to their energy product line.
For the small price of £7 you too can see where you stand on almost its entire line too.
The selection pack carries a... selection... of everything you'll need if you're heading out for a weekend of riding or if you just fancy sampling the range.
50% off Castelli's Diverso Socks
WAS £18.00 | NOW £8.99
Fancy a bit of luxury? Castelli's Diverso socks are made with wonderfully soft and warm merino wool that's not only wicked at wicking moisture away, it's lightweight and breathable too.
The Diversos, therefore, are the perfect spring sock. They'll keep you warm on the cooler days, and allow your feet to breathe when the weather picks up.
25% off dhb's Aeron Storm Jacket
WAS £125.00 | NOW £93.75
The next three stonking deals in today's DealCatcher are as fresh as they come.
Discounted today, this range of dhb jackets are far cheaper than they have been recently. And they'll stay that way only for the next 10 days.
So if you're ooh-ing and ahh-ing about whether or not to invest in a new waterproof, now's the time to move.
The Storm is dhb's most advanced waterproof to date.
The idea is to keep your body in the optimal 37.5°C sweet spot for exercise. And it does that by creating a microclimate within its triple layered waterproof membrane via a variety of advanced vents and water moisture dispersal systems.
25% off dhb's Aeron Tempo Jacket
WAS £80.00 | NOW £60.00
The Tempo jacket is slightly cheaper than the Storm and is designed for days when you're putting some serious watts down on a mild but wet day.
Perfect for changeable weather, like we're getting at the moment, and like we'll certainly get in the autumn.
25% off dhb's Flashlight Force Jacket
WAS £100.00 | NOW £74.99
The final dhb jacket today is the Flashlight Force.
It's dhb's highest-performing hi-viz number, and does a great job of keeping you dry, well seen, and in an optimal performance zone with regards to temperature and comfort.
35% off BBB's Select Sport Sunglasses
WAS £59.95 | NOW £38.65
Finally, in case you missed it today, our man David Arthur pulled together a buyer's guide to cycling sunglasses to see you through the summer months.
You can read that below, but first let's look at BBB's impressive Select Sport Sunglasses.
They feature in the article below, and our man David Arthur calls them out for their "great style and impressive value for money."
He says they're comfortable and "the nine-layer coating gives the MLC blue tinted polycarbonate lens (pictured) great contrast in a range of lighting conditions, and the lenses are relatively easy to swap."
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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.
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.