Could summer be back on the agenda this weekend? We don't know, we're not psychic, which is apparently what you need to be to predict British weather.
Fortunately, if the best of the four seasons does decide to rear its head over the next few days, the DealCatcher's got you covered.
Whether you're thinking of heading to pastures new with your two-wheeled beauty, or you fancy just heading out on your local roads, there should be something for you here.
We kick things off with a pair of Tifosi sunglasses available at Cycle Store, followed by Orbea's excellent Vector urban bike at Cycle Surgery, with Thule's Roundtrip bike bag rounding things off over at Decathlon.
Style isn't always at the top of the agenda for sunglasses, especially if you lean towards the understated.
However, in a world where you've got Oakley and its face-hogging Jawbreakers, there's certainly place for the more understated glasses, like Tifosi's "sleek and stylish" Slips.
Our man David Else liked what he saw throught these pearly blue lenses. If you're in the market for a new pair of goggles, check out his review below:
Orbea's Vector range is designed to be exceptionally versatile. The bike's been created to suit the lifestyles of all sorts of riders.
Just as at home on city streets as it is to the open roads of the countryside, the Shimano Claris-carrying Vector is quite the bargain if you're looking for cycling freedom.
The bike features Orbea's aluminium Vector frame set and fork with a Prologo saddle, Orbea R1800 disc-ready wheels, and Shimano TX805 mechanical disc brakes.
Our final deal of the day is angled at those of you that are considering a little cycling holiday in your near future.
The Thule Roundtrip case is designed for quick and convenient bike storage for any of your bikes that carry wheels of up to 46".
Two external compartments store and protect the wheels, while there are many internal pockets to pop easy-to-lose bits like thru axles.
What's more, the whole shebang's got wheels for that extra bit of luxurious convenience when you're at the airport.
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