Ribble Countdown Clearance - Shimano Special

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Shimano has long been the leader in cycling components thanks to its ability to produce products that work very well at low prices.

While Campagnolo does look brilliant, we much prefer the Shimano system.

Ribble's Countdown Clearance is running until Friday and prices drop every day until the sale ends.

But their stock is low and if it runs out, it won't be replaced so you've got to be quick!

We've been picking out some of our favourite bits, but you can see the sale in full here.

Shimano Ultegra Di2 6870 Shifters

While Di2 shifters rarely clog up as mechanical shifters can, they can get scuffed up, especially if you're a bit crash-prone!

We've got these levers on cyclocross and road bikes and they're comfortable and secure to hold.

Shimano Ultegra Di2 6870 Shifters
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Shimano Dura-Ace 9100 Chainset

Glance at a bike and the thing that tells you what groupset it has is usually the chainset. That's especially true if the chainset is as distinctive as this Dura Ace version.

The chunky drive-side crank and the 4 arms that support the chainrings give it a unique look so this is a great starting point if you want to gradually switch to the newest kit.

Shimano Dura-Ace 9100 Chainset
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Shimano Ultegra 6870 Di2 Front Derailleur

One of the weird things that we love about Di2 is the noise from the motor in the front mech.

It helps that when you shift one of these, the chain quickly jumps to where it's supposed to be without fail. 

Shimano Ultegra 6870 Di2 Front Derailleur
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Shimano Dura-Ace 9100 Rear Derailleur

If you're looking for the lightest feel from mechanical shifting then Dura Ace 9100 is the groupset to go for.

Their Shadow technology in this rear mech makes shifting crisper while also protecting the indexing from knocks.

The standard cage is also now able to take a 30T cog allowing a much nicer climbing gear for us mere mortals!

Shimano Dura Ace 9100 Rear Derailleur
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Shimano 105 5800 Rear Derailleur

In at what might seem like the lower end of the scale is the first 11-speed mech that Shimano released for its 105 range.

The groupset is fabulous and can be used for racing or on a dedicated winter bike. Ours has done two winters now and it remains smooth and accurate.

Shimano 105 5800 Rear Derailleur
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