Wiggle, one of the internet's biggest and best known cycling retailers has rolled by road.cc HQ today to takeover the DealCatcher! As a result we've got a whole load of wonderful cycling deals for you guys.
Bikes from Charge and Felt have been discounted by 40% and 20% respectively to get things rolling, while clothing deals from dhb, 7Mesh, Morvelo and Primal follow-up.
We've then got a bumper helmet deal from Giro, and a Garmin Edge 1000 at a 29% discount.
The last thing we want is for our waffling to get in the way of your DealCatching, so we'll let you get stuck in!
To celebrate the world famous Grinduro dirt road race - which our very own tech editor Dave Arthur conquered - Charge's 2017 single speed adventure Plug has taken on its moniker.
With super wide WTB Nano tyres, disc brakes and the classic Plug single speed frame, this machine is the perfect low-maintanence adventure machine!
We love the stuff Charge does, and we're particularly excited about their offerings next year too. Check out our preview below:
Going from a bike best suited to the rough and tumble of gravel to a machine that's a little more comfortable on the tarmac, but equally happy to pull up its sleeves and get mucky.
Felt's VR30 features Shimano's fantastic 105 derailleurs combined with an FSA crankset and super-compact gearing alongside hydraulic disc brakes.
Felt's VR endurance range was lauded as the "next step in the evolution of the endurance road bike" when it launched.
At that time, our tech editor Dave Arthur was suitably impressed and we imagine he'd be even more impressed aboard the machine.
dhb's excellent clothing options have seen rave reviews from our team here at road.cc
So, when the brand's had discounts like this, it's certainly worth paying attention.
These Aeron bibs are an updated version of the Aeron Pro shorts. The CyTech Tour HP Super Air chamois helps keep you fantastically comfortable.
That chamois, alongside the high quality Italian nylon/spandex/polyester combo, creates a fantastic product.
While the dhb product above can be considered in the entry level bracket of cycling clothing, this 7Mesh jacket most certainly can't.
At first glance, and at full price, this jacket sits very close to being ostentatiously expensive, yet its performance on road.cc review suggests it could well be worth every penny - especially at this price.
Our tech editor Mat Brett called it "exceptionally good", and he doesn't say that too often.
Getting a good all-round cycling jersey isn't too difficult these days. Finding one that suits you stylistically is a different matter.
Morvelo Kuler range is arguably cooler... *ahem*... than a lot of the competition.
The fantastic range of colour options alongside the stylish branding and a heritage of excellent performance in the jersey department make the Kuler quite the option.
At this price, too. Not bad.
As if you needed any more reason to trust Primal's range of products than the fact that we chose the brand for the road.cc kit, our preview of the 2017 highlighted some of the excellent design choices the brand's team have been making.
The Flocka jersey features SpeedPro fabric helps to keep you dry and cool while maintaining performance.
Good looking mid-range helmets are often difficult to find at entry-level prices, but the blue, black and purple Foray fits that category nicely.
The bold race-ready Synthe-like looks make it look very close to pro-standard at a bargain price.
Plenty of vents and a ROC LOC 5 fit system also make the lid feel a lot more expensive than a £30 helmet.
If you are in the market for a more pricey helmet, check out our guide to high performance helmets below:
The final deal of the day was called "the best dedicated GPS unit" on the market by our man Dave Atkinson when it came our way for review.
This big-screened, route-mapping, data-tracking device made our main man a pretty happy cyclist while it adorned his handlebars.
If you want a little more detail, check out the full review below:
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.