eBay Bargains - Dura Ace, Specialized, Cannondale, Vitus and Cervelo


Now that we're into the new year, it's time to start looking forward to riding in spring.

This is also the perfect time of year to do any upgrades or buy yourself a new bike! We've been on eBay picking out some of the best deals.

Shimano Dura Ace Di2 Groupset

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This lightly used Dura-Ace Di2 groupset would make a brilliant upgrade to any serious road bike.

Chainrings are 52/36 with 170mm cranks. There's what looks like an 11-28 cassette included along with the cables and battery so it's a case of plugging it in and heading out for a ride.

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Shimano Dura Ace 9100 Groupset

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If you'd prefer mechanical shifting then the newer 9100 groupset would be perfect.

The shifting is light and all you'll need to add is a cassette, chain and the cables.

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Vitus Venon CRi Disc Road Bike

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Vitus are offering a lot of bike for the money. You're saving even more by buying this display model.

It's currently going on bids so you could pick up an absolute steal.

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Cannondale Supersix Evo Dura Ace

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We love a Supersix and this one is a real top-end model.

You get a Dura Ace groupset along with Cannondale's Spiderrings and Si crankset.

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Specialized Venge 54cm

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This frame design has won countless races from Cat 4 through to the pro ranks.

The aero tubing and huge bottom bracket make it a sprinters dream. The 10-speed 105 groupset might seem dated, but it's dependable and robust.

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Cervelo R3 54cm

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The bike that won Paris Roubaix under Garmin's Johan Vansummeren is probably perfect for the crappy tarmac of British B-roads.

The carbon frame is comfortable but fast and finished with a Sram Red groupset, Rotor chainset and handbuilt carbon wheels. It's a brilliant package.

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