eBay Bargains - Happy Christmas to Yourself
Tuesday, December 18, 2018 - 15:47
Buy yourself (and your bike) a gift this year
Let's be honest, one of the best things about Christmas is treating yourself to that upgrade that you've been promising yourself all year.
eBay is a great place to go hunting for such an upgrade and we've got loads of great kit here.
A brilliant wheelset for climbing. You get the effect of carbon rims with brilliant braking.
These have barely been used so they'd make a brilliant buy.
If you're not bothered by having the latest tech, then Garmin's Edge 1000 is a great option with the latest tech and connectivity.
One thing that we'd be more than happy to buy second hand is a light from Exposure.
These things are built to last with an aluminium casing. This one kicks out 1200 lumens, plenty for commuting and evening rides.
Been tempted by the fancy numbers generated by power meters? They're getting cheaper and more tempting!
With the Gen 3, Stages solved the issues with dropouts and now this is one of the best units on the market.
Look at the weight difference and you'd be forgiven for wondering about the point of carbon bars.
While you save very little weight, you gain a huge about of comfort thanks to the vibration dampening properties of a good carbon layup.
These bars started life North of £200 so this is a great saving.
Carbon seatposts have the same benefits of carbon bars. The comfort gain is great.
This Zipp post is new and offers 25mm of layback. Apart from working well, it looks really clean with a clamping system that actually works.
If you want the best of power measurement, then the gold standard still seems to be SRM.
This one is based on Dura Ace 9000 cranks with 52/36 chainrings for a great mix of gears.
Saddle comfort is a subjective thing, but Fizik must be doing something right given the number of riders using this perch.
This one gets a carbon base that stops the saddle from sagging over time.
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