Climb aboard the deal train today and check out the DealCatcher's landscape of cycling goodies from the comfort of your chair, or bed, or wherever you're reading this article.
The train will be calling at Wiggle, Tweeks Cycles, and Decathlon on today's service, and in the process checking out some massive deals on gilets, road bikes, and tyres.
Our first stop is Wiggle, where men and women's dhb Aeron Super Light Packable Windproof Gilets have seen a humongous 40% discount. At this time of year these might seem like a weird recommendation, but... have you seen the weather?
Today's second stop is Tweeks Cycles where GT's Grade 105 has had an entire third of its asking price sliced away. The Shimano 105-carrying road bike is an astonishing bargain for £769, especially for the slightly larger riders amongst you.
The final destination on today's deal express is Decathlon where you can get your hands on a pair of Michelin Pro4 Grip tyres for a under £40!
Please mind the gap as you alight.
WAS £25.00 | NOW £14.99
These gilets are great at this time of year.
Sure, we know August's supposed to be summer but 'this time of year' has been pretty hot and cold over the last couple of years.
That hot and cold-ness is why the dhb Aeron Super Light Packable Windproof Gilet is perfect. Yes, it's a mouthdul, but it performs perfectly on days when you don't know if you'll need a little bit of protection or not.
We can vouch for it too. Our man Stu Kerton put it through its paces and it emerged with a resounding road.cc 8/10.
*Toot toot* Is this metaphor getting old yet? Either way, today's second stop/deal is GT Bicycle's Grade 105 at Tweeks Cycles.
We have got a lot of time for GT's Grade road bikes. From the fascinatingly shaped frame to the excellently integrated disc brakes, the whole machine sailed through road.cc review at the hands of our tech editor Dave Arthur.
Dave called the bike "brillliantly capable," which is kind of what you'd expect from a bike that carries Shimano's fantastic 105 groupset.
Today's final deal makes it a hat trick of road.cc 8/10-rated products.
Michelin's Pro4 Grip tyres were called "commendably quick" by our tech editor Dave Arthur.
He also highlighted the excellent puncture protection offered by these tyres alongside their increased grip in wetter conditions.
Check out the full review below:
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