Canyon are back in the DealCatcher driving seat today with six great deals on 2017 bikes and three great offers on Zipp wheels.
Whether you're looking for a super speedy road bike experience, a time trailing super machine, or something a little comfier for longer days in the saddle, Canyon have a bike for you.
And chances are it features in today's DealCatcher.
As far as the wheels go, we've featured three of Canyon's Zipp deals here today. But if you're in the market for a different type of wheel, or you're looking for the rear wheel counterpart of one of our featured deals, follow the link below to check out the full range off 16 Zipp wheel deals.
The first bike of the day is the sensational Ultimate CF SLX 9.0.
Sensational in looks, that much is evident, but we also know it's sensational from a performance perspective too.
We're not just looking at the SRAM RED 22 groupset, Zipp 303 Firecrest wheels and Canyon's Aerocockpit as evidence, we're talking from experience.
Our man Stu Kerton put the Ultimate CF SLX 9.0 through its paces last year and loved it. Check out his 9/10 road.cc review below:
Where the Ultimate above looks to bring a bit of aerodynamism to an all-round race machine, if you're looking for pure speed, Canyon's Aeroad wants to have a word.
Canyon's opening blurb for the Aeroad range targets those of you who haven't ever ridden an aero-specific road bike, and the classic dismissal of the necessity of the extra wattage aero features bring to the table.
It turns out it's really good fun riding an aero machine. Dropping your friends, like Canyon say, "with a few quick pedal strokes," really is good fun.
And the bike? Well, Shimano's Dura-Ace groupset, Reynolds Strike SLG Carbon Clincher wheels, and the Canyon H11 Aerocockpit CF - which saves a whole 5.5 watts on its own - add up to a pretty spectacular set-up.
Things just keep getting quicker in today's DealCatcher.
While the Aeroad was specifically made for racing, the Speedmax is looking to give you the edge for your timetrailing or triathlon endeavours.
The set-up looks great too: Shimano's wonderful 105 groupset will keep you ticking over quickly and reliably, Mavic's Cosmic Elite wheels bring their ultra-thin aerodynamic profile to the party, and the wonderful Speedmax CF frame is both aerodynamic heading into wind but also resistant from being blown around by cross winds.
With one eye on performance and the other eye on adventure cycling, the Endurace CF SL Disc 8.0 is the perfect companion for those of you who like an unpredicatable ride.
Just as at home on gravel paths as it is on the road or the slightly slushy surfaces of country lanes, the Endurace will give you freedom alongside excellent road performance.
Shimano's fantastic 105 groupset, Mavic's excellent Aksium All-Road Disc wheels, and the carbon Endurace CF SL frame will give you a stiff, responsive ride.
Our final bike of the day is also our most affordable.
The Endurace AL 6.0 is giving you comfortable performance on an incredible budget.
Shimano's 105 groupset on a sub-£1000 is already a rarity, but coupled with Canyon's excellent finishing kit and the Endurace AL frame add up to a package almost unparalleled for value.
The wheelset of today's three that'll see you least out-of-pocket is Zipp's 404 Firecrest wheelset.
Offering "superior breaking and stopping power" alongside a "versatile 58mm deep rim," the folks at Zipp are confident that this wheelset is perfect for the sprinters among you.
Zipp specifically highlights the stiffness of the wheel and the superior performance it has under heavy corning, breaking and mid-sprint stress.
Bumping up £50 in asking price is Zipp's 404 NSW Carbon Clinchers.
While these arent' disc ready, Zipp says they offer unrivalled aerodynamic efficiency alongside crosswind stability.
Zipp also says the 404 NSW also offers exceptionally low freehub drag. So you'll be riding faster and with more stability no matter where you're riding and under what conditions.
Today's final wheelset is also the most expensive.
Zipp's 808 Firecrest are race-proven. Carried by the pros, the 808s are allegedly the "fastest deep-section carbon clincher in the world."
The folks at Zipp are also quick to highlight the incredibly low weight and climbing ability of the wheel alongside it's excellent performance in testing crosswinds.