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The DealCatcher's spotted an offer of up to £10 cashback on anything at Evans Cycles with TopCashback.co.uk, alongside free nutrition from Science in Sport and a massive Ribble sale...

The DealCatcher's going a little off-piste today. We've got deals for you from places you'll recognise, but the nature of those deals are a little unusual.

First up we've got an offer from Science in Sport. Rather than the traditional massive discounts you've come to expect, SiS are offering you a free 20-pack of GO Isotonic Energy Gels when you sign up for SiS Premier - which grants you free delivery - for the small price of £9.99.

Second up is Evans Cycles and TopCashback.co.uk. TopCashback.co.uk is, as we're sure you've already guessed, a cashback site. These websites operate by offering you a cut of the affiliate revenue they earn from your purchases. Specifically today, you'll be able to get up to £10 cashback on anything you purchase at Evans Cycles - which could mean some free bargain bicycle accessories.

Finally, Ribble Cycles is having a mega sale. You'll be able to save all sorts of money on big and small items with multi-buy offers.

 

Science in Sport

Free GO Isotonic Energy Gel - 20 Pack with SiS Premier
WAS £28.00 | NOW FREE

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Now, claiming your free pack of SiS GO Isotonic Energy Gels is easy, but because you'll be claiming these alongside your shiny new SiS Premier subscription you could miss out on the free gel option.

Your SiS Premier subscription isn't a recurring payment - some of you will be pleased to know - it's a one-off £9.99 fee that'll grant you free delivery for a year and early access to new products.

First, follow the link above and pop your energy gel flavour of choice into the basket. At checkout make sure you select SiS Premier under the Shipping Methods heading.

Once you've done that the £28 price of the Energy Gel Pack should be discounted from your order.

The SiS summer sale is also launching today. We've had a look around and the prices are the best on the market. Don't miss out if you're looking to give yourself a nutrition boost!

 

Evans Cycles

£10 off anything with topcashback.co.uk

50% off FWE's LETR 2.0 Jersey + £10 cashback

WAS 34.99 | NOW £7.49

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TopCashback claims to be the highest paying cashback site in the UK. Now, here at road.cc we're no cashback experts so we can't corroborate that claim, but we can tell you that they're currently running a fantastic deal in collaboration with Evans Cycles.

Once you've signed up for TopCashback.co.uk simply type Evans Cycles into the search bar, and follow the link you find there to the Evans website.

At that point a world of bargain cycling goodies is your oyster. If you purchase something for under £10 it'll essentially be free because you'll receive your money back into your TopCashback account which you can withdraw once the payment is processed.

If you choose to buy something that's worth more than £10, like the excellent FWE jersey above, you'll receive £10 into your TopCashback account.

Speaking of the FWE jersey, it's great. We gave the long sleeved version an incredible 9/10.

- Read more: road.cc's FWE LTR Jersey review

 

Ribble Cycles

Get an extra 8%, 10%, or 12% off with Multi-buy offers

21% off Shimano's Pr RS610 Clincher Wheels
WAS £240.00 | NOW £189.00

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Our final offer is a little less complicated than our earlier ones.

Ribble Cycles is running a big sale at the moment. The biggest in its history, apparently.

Not only are individual items, like the wheelset above, massively discounted, you can get even more money off your order by jumping in to the multi-buy offers.

Simply add a few more items to your basket and you'll see the whole lot discounted by an extra 8, 10, or 12% depending on whether you've bought 3, 5, or 6 items.

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