Calm down, folks, the week's almost over and Canyon's here to give you that last little boost that'll see you through to the weekend.
That little boost, of course, is coming the shape of a bumper DealCatcher Takeover stocked full of bike deals, wheel deals, energy gel deals, and much more!
The selection of Canyon road bikes that are available here today runs straight down the spine of Canyon's bicycle price range.
From Canyon's excellent Aeroad CF SLX Disc 8.0 which at it's discounted price costs a touch over £3000 down to the fantastic cyclocross machine - the Inlfite AL 9.0 - which sits at £1500, there should be something for riders of all ages, abilities and styles.
On top of the two-wheeled offerings, today's DealCatcher features a pair of Zipp 3030 Firecrest clincher wheels, High5's excellent energy gels, Garmin's Edge 1000, and Muc Off's C3 Ceramic Lube.
Canyon kicks things off with their aero introductory model, the Aeroad 8.0.
Other than the base details, which we'll cover shortly, we won't go in too deep here. Our tech editor Dave Arthur has already done that in the shape of the 9/10 review he gave the bike which you can read by following the link below.
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.
Canyon's Endurace range is specifically designed to tackle all sorts of rides. Whether they're on rough terrain or smooth, the entire range handles both quickly and comfortably.
The Endurace 9.0 here is stocked full of great features, the stand-out of which is Shimano's incredible Ultegra Di2 groupset.
Canyon's H31 Ergocockpit which is a carbon fibre integrated stem-handlebar will optimize your position and aerodynamism and Canyon's S15 VCLS 2.0 seatpost will see you over all sorts of bumps comfortably while carrying an incredible aerodynamic profile.
Race bikes are often criticised for their comfort and the effect the geometry can have on those of you with brittle backs. Canyon's Ultimate range, however, manages to avoid those criticisms.
Canyon has specifically specced the Ultimate to give you a race-ready position without the feeling that you're overextending.
The specs show that this machine is just as interested in speed as the Aeroad above, though. Shmano's Ultegra 6800 groupset and Mavic's Cosmic Pro Carobn wheels scream speed.
Another Canyon bike, another road.cc 9/10.
Our man Stu Kerton wasn't testing the women's model that we've featured here, but apart from some geometric tweeks they're both pretty much the same bike.
The review below, which covers exceptionally high praise for this machine, should give you a great idea of what you're getting your hands ono here.
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.
Today's final bike is nice and ready for the coming autumn.
If you're looking to delve into the world of cross racing, or you're sick of your rural, bumpy commute, this bike may well be the answer to your prayers.
Wider 33mm DT Swiss R23 Spline DB wheels carrying Schwalbe X-One Tubeless tyres will see you over the poorer terrain, while Shimano's ST-RS685 Hydraulic disc brakes will help you stop even in the worst conditions.
Finally, Shimano's Ultegra 6800 groupset will keep things moving.
Zipp's 303 wheels have seen great success over the years. They've climbed mountains beneath champion riders on the Tour de France, they vravailed the cobbles of Paris-Roubaix, and they've even seen a few of you to personal bests - we imagine.
These, here, are the updated carbon clincher firecrest 303's that Zipp introduced a few years back.
They offer significantly more balanced aerodynamics and a greater protection against deformations and punctures than the originals.
As far as energy gels go, High5's hit all the high notes.
Our man David Else reviewed these little goodies and called them "nice tasting" while praising their portability, texture and performance benefits.
What more could you want from a gel?
Garmin's excellent Edge 1000 Bundle is our penutlimate deal of the day.
When the device came our way for review, Mr Dave Atkinson called it the best dedicated GPS unit yet.
If you can't take our word for that here, check out the full review below where Mr Atkinson goes into the nitty gritty of what makes this device so brilliant.
Who wouldn't want to be called "clean and extremely tenacious"?
Well, out of the romantic and bike maintenance fields, it's quite a strange thing to be called.
Fortunately we're looking att one of those fields here.
Our man Shaun Audane put the C3 Ceramic Lube through its paces and gave it the rave review you've read above. This is a great buy, apparently, and it this price it's a no-brainer.
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