The Best Deals on Shimano Groupsets

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All the groupsets, in one handy place!

We've got the cheapest prices on Sora, Tiagra, 105, Ultegra 6800/R8000/Di2 & Dura Ace 9000/R9100/Di2.

 

Sora

Annoyingly, this is a very tricky groupset to find new.

We've had a good look around and the best we can find are take-offs on eBay.

It's a great way to save some cash, as these have mostly been removed from a new bike before they've been used, leaving them in mint condition.

 

Tiagra

The latest 4700 edition of Tiagra is probably the best improvement that Shimano has made in years.

The shifters got a complete redesign to move the shift cables inside the shifter body. That brings the aesthetics right in line with the more expensive models.

This 10-speed shifting is slick and cheap, making it perfect for a budget upgrade or a winter/commuter bike.

Shimano Tiagra 4700 Groupset
£229.99
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105 - £349.99

Shimano's 105 5800 groupset is a brilliant introduction to performance gearing.

It's been upgraded to 11 speed this year and combined with its low weight and powerful braking, it has become a common sight on some top-end frames.

Prices for this groupset are seriously low. The lowest we've found is from GoFasterCycling.com at £339. There is a £2.98 though so we're more tempted to go with Wiggle at £349.99. The delivery is free and we know that their returns policy is excellent.

Shimano 105 5800 Groupset
£349.99
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Ultegra 6800 - £459.99

We used this groupset for 3 years, through summer and winter, racing and training.

It never missed a beat. Through that time, the cables got replaced and we had a couple of new chains, but it was pretty light on maintenance.

If you've already got a chainset with 11-speed compatible rings, then Merlin are doing this 6 piece groupset for only £364.99!

The best price we've found on the full groupset is £459.99

Shimano Ultegra 6800 Groupset
£459.99
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Ultegra 6870 Di2 - £899.99

The first time Di2 trickled down the groupset ladder, it landed on Ultegra 6800.

Save 45% on this Ultegra 6870 Di2 Shift Kit

This created probably the best balance of performance and price for amateur racers. It also just happens to be the groupset that we use!

It hardly ever needs charging or adjusting and quite simply, it just works.

Shimano Ultegra 6870 Di2 Groupset
£899.99
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Ultegra R8000 - £619.99

The shifting is crisp and accurate, even under heavy load and the braking is really powerful.

The shifter ergonomics have been tweaked slightly from the 6800 edition and we found them to be really comfy on long days and slightly easier to reach from the drops.

40% off these Carbon Shimano Ultegra R8000 Pedals

Shimano Ultegra R8000 Groupset
£619.99
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Ultegra R8050 Di2 - £1,049.12

Merlin have an incredible offer on right now with an extra 12.5% off on top of the 29% reduction!

This groupset gets you the internal seatpost battery with all the junction boxes, cables and the charger.

There is also the option to pick what cassette you want, along with different chainset options. The new rear mech is no longer restricted to a 28T, so you can use an 11-30T cassette for that extra climbing gear.

The Hydraulic Disc brake Di2 groupset is also heavily reduced at £1,169.89

Shimano Ultegra R8050 Di2 Groupset
£1019.15
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Dura Ace 9000 - £899.99

This was the first Shimano road groupset to step up to 11 speed.

The shiny silver styling made this really stand out and it still remains one of the lightest groupsets on the market.

Stock is limited so grab this stuff while you still can!

Shimano Dura Ace 9000 Groupset
£899.99
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Dura Ace 9070 Di2 - £1,399

Probably the pinnacle of groupsets for almost 2 years, this stuff represented Shimano at their best.

The groupset features the internal seatpost battery, making this a really clean-looking groupset.

It's also really easy to install as everything you need is included. A bung for the battery isn't included, but we've switched to wrapping ours in bar tape before installing it.

Shimano Dura Ace 9070 Di2 Groupset
£1399.00
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Dura Ace R9100

This is currently Shimano's top-end mechanical groupset.

The changes over the old Dura Ace are technical increments rather than giant leaps, but the integration of their new power meter and use of Shadow technology makes this another step forward for Shimano.

The only thing missing from this kit is the outer cables, but they're pretty cheap at only £2.99 per meter. You do get the fancy coated inner though!

Shimano Dura Ace R9100 Groupset
£1049.99
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Dura Ace R9150 - £1,779.99

Currently the choice of the majority of the pro peloton.

Vanilla Bikes aren't a shop we regularly feature, but they're beating all the bigger shops on price.

They're even offering the option to upgrade the junction box to the bar-end version. This hides all the cables, giving the cleanest of looks.

Shimano Dura Ace R9150 Di2 Groupset
£1779.99
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