The DealCatcher's here with some more slamming cycling deals from Cannondale, Lezyne, and Science in Sport for you today.
The deals start with Cannondale's fascinating 2017 Slate adventure bike which has seen a hefty discount over at Hargroves Cycles.
That deal is followed up by a 41% discount on Science in Sport's Rapid Recovery Protein Powder, with a half-price Lezyne multi tool rounding the deals off.
24% off Cannondale's 2017 Slate Apex Road Bike
WAS £1699.99 | NOW £1299.99
Cannondale has been tweeking its brilliant Slate range of adventure bikes for the 2017 models.
The weird-looking Lefty suspension fork is the bike's distinguishing feature.
It was picked out for this feature in our tech editor Dave Arthur's First Ride Review of the bike back when it was launched in 2015.
This 2017 model available at Hargroves, though, features SRAM's exccellent Apex 1 groupset, Mavid XM419 rims, DT Swiss spokes, and a Fabric Scoop saddle.
41% off Science in Sport's Rapid Recovery Powder
WAS £24.00 | NOW £13.99
Science in Sport's REGO Rapid Recovery mix has a bit of Ronseal feel to it. No, it doesn't taste like fence paint, it, like the fence paint, does exactly what it says on the tin.
Not only are you saving around £10 here, you'll be saving days of riding time.
The combination of whey protein, elctrolytes, and carbohydrates in the mix provide the perfect concoction to facilitate muscle growth and mineral replacement so that you'll be good to go the morning after a long ride.
Don't believe us? We've had experience with SiS's REGO range - their REGO Protein Bars performed fantastically when they came our way for review:
50% off Lezyne's Stainless 20 Multi Tool
WAS £39.99 | NOW £19.99
Sitting pretty with an 8/10 road.cc review, you can approach this final deal with confidence.
At its full price of £40, our tech editor Mat Brett said this tool has all of the tools you'll need on the road and "a few others, just in case."
As the name suggests it features 20 tools in its tight 160g package, and it looks good while it's packing them.
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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.