The DealCatcher's teamed up with Canyon for today's deal round-up and the offers we've got for you today are rather tasty.
Six bikes feature today that cover Canyon's full range of road offerings, and they've all had some pretty attractive discounts applied to them.
We kick things off with the Aeroad CF SLX Disc, followed by both a men and women's Ultimate models.
Endurace, Inflite and Commuter models round off the bike offerings in today's DealCatcher while we close the deals with a bargain on Continental's GP 4000S II tyres.
Kicking things off is Canyon's aero offering.
Without going into too much detail, because our man Dave Arthur will do that for you if you follow the link below, the Aeroad CF SLX Disc is a phenomenal road bike.
The bike got a 9/10 when it came our way for review. Within the review Mr Arthur makes it clear that the Reynolds Strike Carbon Clincher wheels, Shimano Ultegra groupset and ST-RS685 hydraulic disc brakes, and super lightweight Canyon carbon frame make for quite the package.
Another Canyon bike, another road.cc 9/10.
The Ultimate CF SLX was put through its paces by our man Stu Kerton.
Clearly, Stu wasn't testing the women's model that you can see above, but apart from some geometric tweeks these are pretty much the same bike.
Stu said the Ultimate had "stunning performance from a bike that balances stiffness and comfort, and stability and excitement."
What about this bike caused such high praise, you ask? For a full answer, check out the review below, but a look into the componentry on offer here will give you some idea:
The bike runs SRAM's RED 22 groupset, Zipp's 303 wheelset, and a Selle Italia SLS Flow saddle aboard a carbon fibre Canyon Ultimate frame.
The male-specific Ultimate we've highlighted for today's DealCatcher's a couple of component rungs lower on the Canyon ladder to the bike above.
That's signified by the numbering of the bike. As expected, the 8.0 is a little less fancy than the 9.0.
Still, the bike runs Mavic's excellent Ksyrium Pro Exalith SL WTS wheels, Shimano's awesome Ultegra groupset and carries Fizik's Antares R5 saddle.
Moving towards the endurance end of the bicycle spectrum, Canyon's Endurace once again hits the highs of road.cc 9/10 ratings.
This female-specific model is, once again, very similar to the male-specific model we had in to test and which rolled away with that 9/10.
Check out that review below, but the model on offer at Canyon today features DT Swiss PR 1400 DICUT OXIC wheels, Shimano's Ultegra Di2 groupset, and, again, a Selle Italia SLS Flow saddle.
Moving away from the road-specific offerings for a moment, Canyon's Inflite bike is perfect for those of you who fancy trying your hand at cyclocross riding without committing to a machine that will suffer on the tarmac.
The Inflite range works as fantastically off road as it does on-road.
The model on offer here carries Shimano's Ultegra groupset as well as the brand's BR-RS785 disc brakes, a 7005 aluminium frame which ties everything together to offer an incredibly responsive and forgiving machine.
Our final bike of the day looks a bit different, we'll admit.
Canyon's Commuter 7.0 is perfect for those of you who cycle through mucky inner-city environments and want to enjoy the freedom of cycling without all the faff of maintaining your fancy road bike.
Shimano's Alfine 8-speed geared hub will take a lot of that trouble away from you, while an integrated head light will mean you're never caught short on your commute.
Our final deal of the day are Continental's Grand Prix 4000S II tyres. According to our main man Dave Atkinson, they're "excellent big-chambered race tyres with a fast smooth feel."
You can read more about them in his review below, but at this price we think they're a pretty spectacular offer.
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.