The DealCatcher's been thoroughly taken over today by the folks over at Cycle Surgery who have some fantastic deals for you lot today.
We kick things off with a deal on Giant's 2017 Defy Advanced 3, which is followed by a great offer on Fox bib shorts.
We then feature two deals on women's cycling clothing, specifically Mavic shoes and Proviz jackets.
Our final three deals are a bargain Fabric track pump, and a nicely discounted Garmin 820, with a buy-one-get-one-free deal on Muc-Off spray rounding things off.
So you're after a new set of wheels. You're looking for a comfortable quick ride at a reasonable price. Well, you can stop looking.
Giant's Defy Advanced 3 is the bike you're looking for if those are your criteria.
A carbon fibre frame, Shimano's Tiagra groupset, Giant's SR 2 disc-ready wheels and Shimano's BR-RS405 disc brakes cover the main points of componentry interest.
If you want to know even more and see a close up of what the Defy Advanced 3 has to offer, check out our Video Just In below:
Not usually the brand you'd expect to find in a road cycling deal round-up, but Fox's Ascent Comp Bib Shorts fit the bill for road cyclists.
With a large rear pocket, reflective detailing and premuim italian fabrics, these shorts are an excellent option if you're looking for performance shorts at a reasonable price point.
While the Giant Defy above strikes a comfortable balance between performance and, well, comfort, the Mavic Ksyrium Elite Road Shoes hit a high performance balance between the two factors.
Inside the shoe there's Mavic's Endofit tongue. Designed to give the shoe a glove-like fit while the Ergo ratchet system on the outside does an excellent job of keeping your feet secure and ready to lay down some serious power.
Sure, summer's on the horizon, but if you're like us living in the UK you'll know that the last thing we can expect is a dry summer.
So, if you're going to protect yourself from the elements, why not tick off a couple of other boxes too? Namely, style and safety.
Proviz's reversible jacket will keep you safe and dry in the daytime with the hiviz yellow shell, and by simply turning it inside out it'll keep you safe at night with its silver shell.
If you're after some accessory deals, Fabric's entire range over on Cycle Surgery's website has seen some serious discounts.
We've picked out one deal in particular: the TP02 Floor Pump.
It's got a 140psi capacity with a convenient extra long hose and a big diecast aluminium gauge.
We like Fabric pumps, too. Check out our review of the R200 below:
While it's seen the smallest discount here, we liked the Garmin Edge 820 so much when it came our way for review we thought we'd pop it in.
In an already feature packed system, it was difficult for Garmin to upgrade the fantastic Edge 810, but they managed it.
The 820 is simple to use, the GPS connectivity is strong, and our man George Hill called it the "best performance and navigation computer I have used."
Finally, Muc-Off's fantastic Bike Cleaner spray is currently flying out of Cycle Surgery HQ at double rate.
Buy one today, and you'll get another free.
Not sold on the kit? Check out our review below, it might change your mind.
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