Week's Roundup: CycleSurgery Takeover, Bikebuilder & more


It's been a busy week on Deal Clincher. We've had a CycleSurgery takeover along with loads of other great deals.

CycleSurgery TakeOver

And if you have a look around their sale, there's an extra 10% off their sale prices this week!

Cannondale CAAD12 105 - £850


Cannondale CAAD12 105



With the lightweight frame and the stiffness it gives, you'd be forgiven for asking who really needs carbon fibre. At this price, the CAAD12 is easily better than an entry level carbon frame. The classic geometry with the horizontal top tube gives great handling.

This version, with 11 speed Shimano 105 is a great balance between performance and price. The internal cable routing adds a clean finish to a great bike.


Giant Defy Advanced 3 - £999


Giant Defy Advanced 3



If all day comfort is your thing, then there are few better bikes than the Giant Defy. The taller head tube combined with some nifty tube shapes makes this a great bike for a relaxing day on the bike.

This model features Shimano hydraulic disc brakes with the new 10 speed Shimano Tiagra shifting. The disc brakes are great for general control, but really shine when the rain falls. The D-Fuse seatpost and flattened seatstays reduce vibrations through the frame, making this a really popular Sportive bike. Mat got to test this late last summer and loved it, giving it 8/10.


Cube Attain Race Disc - £749


Cube Attain Race Disc



With a frame offering great stability, space for 28mm tyres and the added bonus of hydraulic disc brakes, the Attain Race Disc is perfectly suited to the rough UK roads.

With the same Tiagra groupset as the Giant above, you've now got 2 excellent options for sportives and general riding. Here, you get a 50-34 crankset paired with a 11-34 cassette which should see you up just about anything. The Fulcrum Racing 77 Disc wheels just look so good, especially with the colour matched decals.


Osprey Escapist 32L - £55

Osprey Escapist 32L




We're big fans of the Osprey Escapist. It's a comfy backpack that, especially in this 32L version, fits everything we need for commuting to work and also trips to bike events.

The bag has internal dividers that are great for staying organised and the laptop compartment is big enough for a 17" device. The carrying straps make lugging a heavy load much easier and the included rain cover is great for when we get caught in a downpour. This got 8/10 from Siobhan when she tested it.


Gore Phantom 2.0 Windstopper Jacket - £100

Gore Phantom 2.0 Windstopper Jacket




Winter jackets are notoriously expensive, so having one jacket for 6 months of the year would make a sensible purchase.

This Gore Phantom jacket has zipper sleeves meaning you can choose daily between long sleeves, short sleeves or vest. The jacket is fully windproof and also water resistant so it's perfect for changeable weather. You can even take the sleeves with you, rolled up in the rear pockets. Dave liked it, giving it 8/10 when it was in for review.


Moon Meteor Comet-X Light Set - £35


Moon Meteor Comet-X Light Set



This set of lights is ideal for a great quality be seen set when riding in towns and cities.

The front light is from the same range as the Auto Pro that I tested this winter. It's super easy to operate and this one will be perfect for urban riding with it's 200 lumen output. The rear kicks out 30 lumens which is just enough in lit areas. Both are USB rechargeable and they'll recharge in 2 hours.


Ribble Bike Builder 10% Reduction

The code you need is BIKEBUILDER10, so make sure you don't forget!

RIBBLE R872 Matt Silver

Ribble R872 Matt Silver



This is a brilliant racing or fast riding bike. The geometry is spot on, giving a great mix of direct handling and a fast ride.

The recommended build here features a Shimano Ultegra R8000 groupset which we think is spot on.


RIBBLE Sportive Racing Green

Ribble Sportive Racing Green



The Sportive Racing is a bike designed for quick riding over longer distances.

Ribble haven't make a slow bike here. The frame affords more comfort than the R872, but doesn't loose too much speed. The 105 groupset is ideal as a groupset here.

There's more bikes on offer so go check them out here.


And the rest...

17% off the Evoc Bike Travel Bag

Evoc Bike Travel Bag
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There's nothing like traveling in style, well, for you bike at least.

If, like us, you're jetting off for a few weeks of cycling under a warmer (and visible) sun, then you'll need to get your bike there.

This Evoc Bike Travel Bag is a really well thought out option for both road and mountain bikes.

Evoc Terminal Bag

Evoc Terminal Bag, by admin

For they extra style conscious among you, there is also a matching luggage option for the ultimate co-ordination.


Sensa Aquila SL LTD Carbon with FREE Shoes & Pedals

Sensa Aquila SL LTD with FREE Shoes & Pedals
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The bike is 46% off and the Shimano shoes and Look pedals equal £124 of free kit!

Now then, 46% off a bike would usually get a look, but if there's ever talk of free kit, you've really got our attention.

The Sensa Aquila SL is a brilliant bike, even without any money off. David Arthur tested it over on road.cc and gave it 9/10.


Bell Stratus Helmet reduced by 59%

Bell Stratus Helmet



Bell's second-tier helmet gets pro performance at a real world price.

So, I think we'd all love to have pro-level kit and a superbike, but this is the real world. Luckily, with this deal on Bell's Stratus Helmet, you're getting pro performance, without breaking the bank.


40% off the 25mm Vittoria Corsa G+

Vittoria Corsa G+ 25mm



Tan sidewall are just better!

In fact, forgetting the brilliant handling and suppleness of these tyres, the looks alone do it for us.


That's certainly a lot of deals! There's even more though, just head over to the homepage.


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