If you were to head over to the Canyon website, you'd be doing a dangerous thing. They've just dropped the prices across a massive collection of their 2017 bikes and the savings look really tempting.
Canyon are already know for the savings they can offer through their direct-to-customer sales approach, so anything on top of that is a brilliant bonus.
The bikes below are discounted by as much as £900. Some of the available sizes are limited, so have a dig around if the specific model you're looking for isn't stocked in your size.
You can begin that search by heading over to the Canyon 2017 Bike Sale page where you can get lost in the troves of top quality bargain bikes!
Kicking things off with a couple of bikes on the more affordable end of the spectrum, Canyon is offering a sizable chunk off its Endurace models.
This number here, the Enduracec AL 5.0 is the entry level bike, but don't let that fool you, there's a whole lot of bike right here.
Balancing control, comfort and sport performance perfecrtly, the Shimano Tiagra carrying roady does a marvellous job at pretending it's a much more expensive bike than it is.
The Endurace CF 7.0 carries Shimano's unbelievable upper mid-range 105 groupset, that has consistently had rave reviews from our team here at road.cc.
As an ensemble, the Endurace CF 7.00 sets you up to handle any scenario you should come across on the road. A nice little kick gives the bike a sporty feel, while the endurance-optimized geometry will keep you comfy.
Mavic's Aksium wheelset and a Selle Italia Q-Bik Flow saddle will keep you safe and comfy too.
The Aeroad model carries Canyon's most recognisable frame shape. This one here, in stealth black, also runs all the top bells and whistles that you'd expect from a brand's headline bike.
The groupset is electronic, in the form of Shimano's Ultegra 6870. There's also hydraulic stopping power from Shimano's Di2 ST-R785 levers and BR-RS805 callipers.
The wheels are Reynold's Strike Carbon Clinchers which are wrapped with Continental GP4000s II tyres.
The identical deal is also available in this red colour-way. I got dropped by a chap riding this very bike up Cheddar Gorge on Sunday, probably because it only weighs 7.8kg. It looks very good, I think, he was moving rather quickly!
Sticking with the Aeroad, we've got the 9.0 Disc. What's different? Well, on this one, you get the latest DuraAce groupset and brakes.
The bike still gets an integrated bar with Canyon's own H11 Aerocockpit CF for extra bling points and the Fizik Arione saddle will be a popular choice.
The wheels are Mavic's Comete SL UST and they are paired with the GripLink and PowerLink tyres, also from Mavic.
If long days in the saddle are your thing, or you're looking for a little more comfort, then the Endurance range will be for you.
This model features Canyon's own S15 VCLS 2.0 CF seatpost to provide a little more give at the back end of the bike.
Gearing comes in the shape of Shimano's latest DuraAce, the 52-36 and 11-28 providing a large range.
The DT Swiss wheels have a deep carbon rim which is wide for both aero gains and comfort too. The DT Swiss hubs are excellent, having tested wheels using them or their internals in the past. Continental's GP 4000s II are again the tyre of choice for low rolling resistance and excellent grip.
There's plenty more bikes on sale so head over to Canyon's Factory Outlet now. Just for a look of course!
Son of a Marathon runner, Nephew of a National 24hr Champion, the racing genetics have completely passed him by. After joining the road.cc staff in 2016 as a reviewer, Liam quickly started writing feature articles and news pieces. After a little time living in Canada, where he spent most of his time eating poutine, Liam returned with the launch of DealClincher, taking over the Editor role at the start of 2018. At the weekend, Liam can be found racing on the road both in the UK and abroad, though he prefers the muddy fields of cyclocross. To date, his biggest race win is to the front of the cafe queue.