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The road.cc DealCatcher is back this Friday with more goodies from our friends over at Cycle Surgery.

Today, we're tackling a great offer on Giant's Defy Advanced 3, the most fair-trade cycling product ever (apparently) from a company called Green Oil, Altura shorts, a Fabric tool, Kask helmet, a Vaude pannier-cum-backpack, and a Cateye computer and cadence sensor.

If any of that tickles your fancy, keep on scrolling. If not, well, maybe learning a little more will get your dealy juices flowing!

 

28% off Giant's 2017 Defy Advanced 3
WAS £15.49.00 | NOW £1124.10

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If you're after a brand new comfortable-yet-quick set of wheels, the DealCatcher's got you covered today.

Giant's Defy Advanced 3 has both of those criteria totally covered.

The comfortable carbon fibre frame carries Shimano's excellent Tiagra groupset, Giant's SR 2 disc-ready wheels and Shimano's BR-RS405 disc brakes.

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:

-Watch: road.cc's Giant Defy Advanced 3 Just In

 

49% off Green Oil's Eco Sponge
WAS £3.49 | NOW £1.79

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They call it "the world's first fair trade bicycle product," a claim we're sceptical over. However, the intention seems to be fantastic.

It's been well publicised in the past, that many cleaning products - including those we use to clean our bikes - are bad for the environment. So it's refreshing to see a product used in the cleaning process that's so focused on doing good rather than harm.

Plus, this is a total bargain!

 

46% off Altura's Peloton Progel Shorts
WAS £50.00 | NOW £27.00

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If you're not a bibby kinda guy, the Altura Peloton Progel Waist Shorts might be a good fit for you.

Most of us here at road.cc are advocates of the bizarre looking bib shorts that are the trademark of road cyclists, but we understand - and are quite thankful - that not everyone in the world thinks like us.

Check out our guide to cycling shorts to get your head around the difference if you're not sure.

- Read more: road.cc's guide to cycling shorts

 

37% off Fabric's Sixteen Tool
WAS £24.99 | NOW £15.74

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Fabric's Sixteen Tool carries - you guessed it - sixteen tools that'll help you keep your bike running smoothly.

We reviewed this neat little package last year and really liked what we saw.

The tool rolled out of road.cc HQ with an 8/10.

Our reviewer had this to say about it: "[The Fabric Sixteen Tool is] very neat and compact, and seems strong enough for most tweaks you could reasonably ask it to perform"

- Read more: road.cc's Fabric Sixteen Tool review

 

28% off Kask's Mojito Helmet
WAS £110.00 | NOW £79.20

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Move over other helmets, the Kask Mojito is here flaunting its road.cc 9/10 score all over the place.

To be honest, it can, it earned it.

Our man loved the small footprint and the comfort of the helmet when he reviewed it and said it was "hard to top."

- Read more: road.cc's Kask Mojito Helmet review

 

25% off Vaude Cycle 22 Pannier/Backpack
WAS £80.00 | NOW £60.00

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When it comes to luggage and cycling the most important thing is carry-ability (yes, that's a word...).

The great thing about this Vaude bag is that it can be both a backpack and a pannier depending on your circumstance.

That flexibility is key for inner-city cycling and long distance stuff too.

 

25% off Cateye's Strada Computer + Cadence Sensor
WAS £79.99 | NOW £59.99

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Our final deal today is yet another road.cc 9/10 product.

The Cateye Strada was called "hard to fault" by our man Jez Ash.

He called it an "excellent cycle computer with neat new sensor and the easiest of user interfaces."

- Read more: road.cc's Cateye Strada review

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.