eBay Bargains - Cannondale, Ridley, S-Works, Fizik
Thursday, November 29, 2018 - 17:30
Seeing as we spend a good portion of our time on eBay looking at used bikes, we thought we'd share some of them with you.
Today we've got bikes from Cannondale, Ridley and Specialized along with a carbon Fizik saddle!
As a little pre-warning, we've checked the listings for obvious signs of stolen or damaged goods and we think that these are genuine listings.
However, you should always exercise caution when buying second hand, even with eBay's excellent buyer protections.
This top-end Hi-Mod is decked out in some seriously good kit.
The Sram Red eTap is shifting perfection without any cables. That's paired with a Quarq power meter to give you all the power data you'll need.
The new Mavic Cosmic Carbon Pro SL are tubeless ready and come with Ti skewers and Mavic UST tyres.
Ridley Heliums are all over eBay right now and this one is a highly customised edition.
You've got the replica Lotto Fix-All paint job that replicates the teams special edition bikes used just for the Tour de France.
There's also a full Dura Ace 9100 groupset and Pro carbon intergrated bars!
Once, this bike was the enve of most of the pro peloton as Mark Cavendish sprinted to countless sprint victories.
It was even more annoying for us when they started popping up in the local races! This one is kitted out to go fast with Zipp's 404 wheels.
The rest is standard with the Ultegra Di2 groupset providing rapid shifting.
Going on bids is this hugely popular saddle in the lightest edition available.
The Antares 00 is the saddle found under the behind of Chris Froome and if it's goo enough for him...
The Atares is a great shape and allows a lot of movement while still supporting the ride slight in a forward position.
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