Ribble are back in the DealCatching game with some more sensational and excluisive cycling deals for you lot to take advantage of.
Today we've not only got a selection of code protected cycling deals for you, we've also got Ribble's fresh Bike of the Week deal which sees their R872 Ultegra Di2 toting road bike priced down to £1599.99 for a limited time!
Once you've hurriedly popped the R872 into your basket before time runs out, you'll be able to explore the exclusive road.cc deals including Vittoria bar tape for £1, a better than half price Elite trainer, a £5 Altura expanding saddle bag, 10% off Assos bibshorts, and a bargain Assos Fan Pack.
Ribble's Bike of the Week offer
15% off Ribble's R872 Ultegra Di2 Road Bike
WAS £1874.99 | NOW £1599.99
Ignore the comparably small percentage discount on this bike. While the rest of today's products have had big chunks of their asking price lopped off, the R872's asking price already had plenty of the componentry's prices lopped off.
The price at which the Ribble R872 is available right now is extraordinary when you consider the bits that make it up. As a reference point, Shimano's 2016 Ultegra Di2 groupset - which the T872 runs - retailed at £1999.99 at launch.
For your money you'll be getting the T800 Toray carbon fibre frame, Deda RHM 02 handlebars, a Selle Italia SL Flow saddle, Shimano's RS010 Wheelset, and Yaw Power Folding Tyres.
Check out our coverage of Ribble's full range for a little more info - if you feel like you need it!
72% off Vittoria Rim Tape
WITH CODE 'ROADCC-TAPES'
WAS £4.99 | NOW £1.00
Protect your rims!
Seriously, whether you're running ultra lightweight tubes or beefier inner city friendly tubes, you'll probably experience fewer punctures with a little help from rim tape.
If you're unsure about the benefits or you've never considered it, check out our how-to guide on fitting rim tape below.
Whatever you decide, know that at £1 you'll struggle to find a better deal. Ever.
75% off Altura's Trail Expanding Seatpack
WITH CODE 'ROADD-SEATPACK'
WAS £19.99 | NOW £5.00
Bopping about from one incredible deal to another feels good, eh?
This one here's a fantastically adaptable saddle bag from Altura.
We've reviewed a couple saddle bags from Altura, which have performed pretty well, and while we haven't reviewed this specific one we can come quite close to vouching for its quality.
Unlike the explore which we reviewed below, the Trail is about convenience and adaptability. The expanding bottom section will provide you with extra space when needed, while the quick release brings convenience to the party.
56% off Elite's Real Tour Ant Trainer
WITH CODE 'ROADCC-TRAINER'
WAS £409.99 | NOW £180.00
No, it's not for training ants.
The Elite Real Tour Ant Trainer is for training you when the weather isn't up to your standards, or you've not got the time to go for a big old ride.
If you're going to buy a turbo trainer now's as a good of a time as any; it's off season for turbos and the bargains are there for the taking.
This one's no different, and at a 56% discount you'll be getting plenty for your money - like Elite's Ritmo spring-adjusting feet that oscillate with the rider's body, automatic Real Tour terrain simulation resistance and a connection to Elite's E-training App.
Extra 10% off ALL Assos Bibshorts
WITH CODE 'ROADCC-ASSOSBIB10'
Bibshorts, they're always useful, right?
Assos one's are pretty darn good quality too, as far as we're concerned at least.
You can find a couple of our reviews of Assos bib shorts below, and the link above will take you to a selection of Ribble's Assos bibshorts.
Here are a couple of 9/10 Assos reviews to whet your appetite.
38% off Assos FanPacks
WITH CODE 'ROADCC-FANPACK'
WAS £39.99 | NOW £25.00
Finally, if you liked our last deal, you may well be interested in this one.
Whether it's a present for the Assos fan who has everything, or a little towel and mug set for yourself, you simply can't argue with the exclusive discount here.
38% off is certainly nothing to scoff at!
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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.
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