Canyon have taken over the DealCatcher once again to round off the week, and once again the deals are spectacular.
If six 2017 model bikes aren't enough to wet your appetite, check out the Garmin Edge 1000, Uvex helmet, Morgan Blue race oil and Reynolds wheels.
There's bound to be something here that'll get your gears turning!
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 Shimano Dura-Ace groupset, DT Swiss PRC 1400 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.
Where the men's edition of Canyon's Ultimate CF SL 9.0 carried Shimano, the women's version carries SRAM.
You're still getting the same wonderful riding experience, just with a geometric design far more suited to the female body shape.
You'll be rolling on Zipp's 30 Course DB Clincher wheels and while you'll be resting on Canyon's excellent H17 Ergo AL cockpit.
As far as budget racers go, the Canyon Endurace AL 6.0 is one of the better options we've seen.
Following its discount here the bike sits well below the £1000 mark, which for many cyclists out there is a price point they won't dip below.
But with Shimano's 105 groupset, Mavic's excellent Aksium wheels, this bike doesn't have the hallmarks of a sub-£1000 bike.
When you're learning to ride a bike, the most important thing is having the freedom to make mistakes on a bike that won't let you down.
The Offspring AL 20 is a kids bike with the most reliable, top-of-the-range SRAM Level Disc brakes, and X4 9-speed groupset.
The aluminium frame is sturdy and will give your child the security he or she needs to get to grips with the joys of cycling fast.
If you're looking for a strong balance of aerodynamism, stiffness and comfort, the Reynolds 46 Aero wheels could be the perfect option for you!
The Carbon Rim 6 technology gives the wheel excellent tensile strength, while the dispersive effect termination aerodynamic technology will ensure that your slicing through the wind.
There's even a Brake Wear Indicator to help you stay safely in touch with the state of your calipers.
This is the best dedicated GPS unit for your bike.
Really, that's what our man Dave Atkinson called it when it came our way for review.
If that's not praise enough for you, check out the full review below:
If you're after a chain lube that'll see you through the winter, Morgan Blue's Race Oil "goes the distance," according to our tech editor Dave Arthur.
The pros use it, a couple of us use it now, and our man called it a "high quality chain lube".
Check out the review below if you wanna know more!
An 8/10 helmet on road.cc certainly isn't something to scoff at.
Our man Stu Kerton gave it that score, while calling it cool, light and well priced.
Plus it looks great.
Check out the review below for a little more info:
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.