Canyon are here for a Deal Clincher take over and it's arguably the best one yet!
Today there are some mega savings to be had, with bikes, wheels, and accessories all heavily discounted.
This bike was part of a surprise move in the cyclocross world. CX superstar Mathieu van der Poel made the switch over to this new, and quite radical frame at the turn of the year.
He duly won his first race on it, silencing many sniggers and proving, along with Pauline Ferrand Prevot's wins, that Canyon have a seriously good CX bike.
This one comes with a mechanical Ultegra groupset, tubeless DT Swiss wheels and Canyon's awesome integrated cockpit. When you consider the spec level, it's a great bike for the price.
The aluminium version of the Inflite is the original frame design that was immensely popular.
The frame's endless set-up possibilities make this a brilliant bike for multiple disciplines.
In this set up, mudguards and wide road tyres make this a great mile-crushing bike, but we've also seen them built up as hardcore CX race bikes and also winter bikes.
If you're looking to step off the road, and onto the dirt, there are few better options than this Inflite 8.0.
The Aluminium frame is ideal, like the 9.0 above, for multiple disciplines. Here, it's set up for trail riding and a bit of CX racing too.
The Shimano hydraulics provide consistent stopping power and the wheels have a wide internal 22mm rim width, making a perfect match with tubeless CX tyres.
There's a total of 94 bikes on sale here! That includes disc brake bikes, electronic shifting from both Sram and Shimano and also carbon wheels.
The Canyon Aeroad SLX frame is the common link in all this and even then, there are women's and men's versions to choose between.
The one pictured is a size Large with Dura Ace Di2 and Zipp 404 wheels. It's a used bike, but it's a great chance to pick up a bargain.
The Garmin Edge 520 is a great little unit. This bundle includes Garmin's comfortable heartrate strap and their speed/cadence sensors.
When paired with a power meter, the unit tracks changes in FTP, making following your progression a breeze.
The best feature for me is the phone connectivity. When I get home and save a ride, it automatically uploads to Gamin Connect, Strava and Training peaks.
Zipp's 303 wheels are probably the most useable in their range. Being slightly shorter than the 404, they're easier to handle in crosswinds, lighter when climbing yet they still offer an aero advantage over a regular wheel.
The 45mm rim depth is just about right for most riding with the 725g weight not holding you back on the hills. The wheel features 18 radially laced spokes and a wide brake track to suit the trend toward wider tyres.
The matching rear wheel makes a very nice set at £1,398.90 and 1,625g.
This rear gets the same 45mm rim profile, but has 24 spokes in a 2X pattern to compensate for the higher forces from the drivetrain.
These wheels are instantly recognisable from the dimpled surface, so people will fear you (probably) when you rock up on these.
For those of you who ride disc brakes, you can run expensive wheels all year round.
With no rim wear to worry about, this 404 can be used right through the winter, should you wish to be the envy of everyone on their winter bikes.
The rim is 58mm deep for all the aero you'll ever need and the wheel is built with 24 spokes in a 2X pattern to handle the extra braking power of the discs.
The matching rear wheel is laced exactly the same, with only a slight increase in weight compared to the front.
These wheels have the 6-bolt 77D hubs for better integration with Sram hydraulic systems.
The wheels will fit QR which are supplied, and also thru-axel in 12x100mm & 15x100mm for the front and 12x135mm & 12x142mm for the rear.
Got yourself a new bike? You lucky thing!
I hate to break it to you, but it won't stay shiny for long, you'll have to wash it. Thankfully, this cleaning kit from Morgan Blue includes everything you need to get your bike factory fresh.
My favourite bit is the cleaning mitt. It's great for cleaning chains and I do love a clean chain. The whole set is contained in a very handy bucket.
These High5 gels have been part of my race day routine for a while now.
The gels are easy to consume, even when riding at high intensity thanks to their consistency. You don't need to take a drink with these gels, and the taste is quite pleasant, so they're really quick to get down.
This variety pack comes with 7 flavours to keep things interesting mid-race.
Son of a Marathon runner, Nephew of a National 24hr Champion, the racing genetics have completely passed him by. Liam spends his time plodding his way through cyclocross races, very busy not winning. As an advocate for perfectly clean chains, he can be found cleaning his bike instead of training. A shop mechanic, Liam has many helpful skills, such as being able to identify 'cross tubs by the tread pattern alone. If you bump into him, he'll probably be eating.