Daily Deals: Topeak, Five Ten and Prologo

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Today's daily deals features yet more awesome stuff from Wiggle, ChainReaction Cycles and Merlin.

We've found a superb saddle bag, some super comfy MTB shoes and a saddle that supports Sagan.

Topeak Aero Wedge Large Saddlebag - £9.99

Topeak Aero Wedge Large Saddlebag
£9.99
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Wanted a saddlebag but were put off by aero worries? Well worry no more...

The Topeak Aero wedge is made to be a little sleeker than most large saddlebags.

In it, you'll be able to fit 2L worth of cycling essentials! Probably enough for the new iPhone X...

Five Ten Maltese Falcon MTB SPD Shoes - £54.99

Five Ten Maltese Falcon MTB SPD Shoes
£54.99
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If going downhill is your thing, we'd say you're quite sensible. All then fun with none of the pain.

That is, unless you have the wrong pair of shoes. The Maltese Falcon are made to be super comfy and soak up any big hits that you get through that tough rooted section.

The sole features masses of grip and also a 2-bolt spd fitting. That makes them secure when riding, yet flexible for walking.

Prologo Scratch 2 Tirox 143 CPC Saddle - £73

Prologo Scratch 2 Tirox
£73.00
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Peter Sagan and Wout Van Aert both perch themselves on Prologo saddles. 2 World Champions should know their stuff.

This unisex semi-round saddle is perfect for medium and long distance rides. The surface features grippy sections to keep you exactly where you need to be for enhanced comfort and power.

Keeping weight down is a carbon injected base. 

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