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The deals don't stop here at road.cc - today we've got summer cycling socks, brand new recovery mix from SiS & a bargain Specialized Diverge...

The DealCatcher's here to closes out the week with three more stellar cycling deals from top brands and top retailers.

First up, from the folks over at Wiggle we've got some top quality bargain cycling socks from dhb. The summer-specific Aerom Merino socks have seen a 50% discount too, in case your interest wasn't already piqued.

The day's second deal is a stonking 25% discount on a road.cc-rated 9/10 road bike from Specialized. The Diverge Comp Carbon is a "fully-fledged exploration machine" according to Specialized, our man Jo Burt agreed.

The final deal of the day comes fresh off Science in Sport prouction line. The brand new REGO Rapid Recovery Plus is a new twist on a tried and tested product from SiS, and to celebrate they've knocked 20% off the asking price.

 

Wiggle

50% off dhb's Aeron Merino Summer Cycling Sock
WAS £10.00 | NOW £5.00

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We love dhb's Merino socks. A few of us here at road.cc have been wearing them through the colder months for quite some time, so a summer option will be a welcome addition to many wardrobes here.

When our man David Else put the Merino Socks through their paces on a road.cc review, he called them "ideal socks for winter riding."

While merino wool is a natural insulator in the cold and excellently breathable in the heat, these summer socks take that to the next level with a lightweight variant on the do-it-all fabric.

If these socks perform half as well as their winter counterparts did, you're on to a winner. Especially at half price!

- Read more: road.cc's dhb Merino Sock review

 

Hargroves Cycles

25% off Specialized's 2017 Diverge Comp Carbon
WAS £2600.00 | NOW £1949.00

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We're not letting-up on the road.cc 9/10 products here today! The Specialized Diverge Comp Carbon had absolute rave reviews when it came our way in September.

Our recent Transcontinental-racing reviewer Jo Burt put the Diverge Comp Carbon adventure bike through its paces and it passed with flying colours.

Jo called the bike "fast and fun bike that's good for much, much more than just sticking to tarmac," and he'd know all about that!

The Diverge carries componentry from Shimano's fantastic 105 groupset, alongside a Praxis Zayante crankset and BB30 bottom bracket, DT R460 Disc SCS wheels, and Roubaix Pro 2Bliss Ready tyres.

- Read more: road.cc's Specialized Diverge Carbon Comp review

 

Science in Sport

20% off SiS's NEW Rego Rapid Recovery Plus
WAS £43.00 | NOW £34.40

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Our final deal of the day comes to you fresh from Science in Sport.

The Rego Rapid Recovery Plus may look suspiciously familiar, and that's because it's very nearly exactly the same as the brand's Rego Rapid Recovery protein.

The difference? Well, it's a pretty big difference if you're looking  to replace your post-ride concoction of  supplements with one do-it-all solution.

The Rego Rapid Recovery Plus mis contains a blend of carbohydrate, whey protein, vitamins and minerals alongside 6g of protein.

That mixture will go a long way to helping you feel fresh and ready for your next ride!

- Read more: road.cc's SiS Rego Choc and Protein Bar 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.