Canyon is back in the DealCatching zone today with some stonking deals on bicycles and other bicycle-related goodies!
We've got four bikes to show you plus some great little bargains from Park Tools, Lezyne, Crank Brothers, and PowerBar.
We won't waste any more of your time waffling on; here are the deals!
£720 off Canyon's Aeroad CF SLX Disc 9.0 LTD
WAS £7599.00 | NOW £6879.00
The first and most expensive bike of the day is Canyon's Aeroad CF SLX Disc 9.0 LTD.
Sure, the name is a bit of a mouthful, but the ride'll leave you speechless.
With a strong focus on aerodynamics the Aeroad CF SLX 9.0's Zipp 404 Clincher wheels, Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 groupset and Canyon's own H11 Aerocockpit CF will get you going faster than you've ever gone before.
£450 off Canyon's Aeroad Women's CF SLX Disc 8.0 Di2
WAS £4499.00 | NOW £4049.00
Continuing the Aero theme here, Canyon's Aeoroad CS SLX Disc 8.0 is one we're quite familiar with here at road.cc.
We absolutely loved the bike when it came in for review here at road.cc when tech editor Dave Arthur gave the machine an unbelievable 9/10.
It's a rung or two down the componentry ladder when compared to the 9.0 above, but as Dave said it's "fast, comfortable and [has] predictable handling." Perfect.
£300 off Canyon's Ultimate CF SL Disc 9.0 Aero
WAS £3249.00 | NOW £2949.00
While we're moving our attention away from the Aeroad series and onto the climbing-focussed Ultimate range, this beauty retains the best of both worlds.
The Ultimate CF SL Disc 9.0 Aero maintains the aerodynamic sweetness of Canyon's aerodynamically focussed road bikes with all the braking benefits of disc brakes and adaptability and protection from cross winds of a lightweight climbing bike.
£180 off Canyon's Ultimate CF SL Disc 8.0
WAS £1799.00 | NOW £1619.00
Take off a few of the aerodynamic-specific features of the bike above, as well as a step down from Shimano Ultegra to its stunning 105 groupset, and you've got the fantastically adaptable Ultimate CF SL Disc 8.0.
You're still getting the excellent Canyon frame and set-up, just for a lot less money!
38% off Park Tool's PCS-9 Work Stand
WAS £157.95 | NOW £98.95
If you're looking to spend a lot of time with your bike this summer, you're going to need to spend a fair amount of time giving your machine the attention it deserves.
The Park Tool PCS-9 Workstand is exactly what your bike deserves. We've had a few of these in over the years, and the PCS range is perfect for use at home or in your garden.
38% off Lezyne's Pressure Drive M
WAS £35.95| NOW £21.95
We've reviewed a lot of Lezyne pumps over the years. Really, loads. And we've never had a particularly bad word to say about them.
In fact, the pumps regularly feature in our best-of lists.
The Pressure Drive is the perfect on-bike companion in case of puncutre emergencies.
Don't believe us? Check out our extensive selection of Lezyne reviews:
33% off Crank Brothers's Y12 Multitool
WAS £26.95 | NOW £17.95
Now, this is an unusual multitool.
It doesn't look like many you'll have seen before, but that doesn't mean it won't do the job just as well.
Not only will you get complimentary nods from the members of your chain gang when you whap this out pre-ride, but the functionality and adaptability of the device will serve you well too.
Crank Brothers has got chops here at road.cc too. They've had a few pretty decent review scores - particularly the 9/10 multitool one below:
43% off PowerBar's PowerGel Mojito flavour 24-pack
WAS £47.95 | NOW £26.95
Our final offer of the day is for those of you looking to channel a taste of the summer into your summer rides.
Energy gels are notoriously tart and difficult to consume, so why not try a flavour that's supposed to be tart?
Not only is this a great offer, it might just sway you in your reluctance to join us in the energy gel club.
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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.