eBay Bargains - Sigma Sport Outlet Store


Some huge savings on power meters, team bikes and wheels

While scrolling through eBay, we stumbled on Sigma Sports' outlet store!

Along with some of the regular items that you can find on their site, there are some exclusive pieces and one-offs.

We've taken a look through the outlet and found some brilliant deals. To see the full site, click here.

Cannondale SuperSix Evo Carbon Ultegra Road Bike 56cm

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This ex-team Nuun-Sigma Sports Cannondale is an absolute steal at just £1,200!

The frame does show some wear but it's purely cosmetic. The Cannondale Si crank and Spider rings look amazing and Ultegra provides perfect mechanical shifting.

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ENVE 4.5 SES NBT Clincher Wheelset on Chris King R45 Hubs

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Enve wheels are known for being among the best on the market. This lightly used set is paired with Chris King R45 hubs for a stunning build.

The rims differ, with the front being 48mm deep with a 58mm deep rear. This gives you loads of speed with better crosswind stability.

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SRM THM Clavicula M3 Power Meter System Including PC8


This is a seriously rare find and possibly the ultimate power meter system.

At £2,499, this is actually quite a good deal given the original £3,630 price!

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Cannondale SuperSix Evo Carbon Dura Ace 56cm

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Another brilliant ex-team Nuun-Sigma Sports bike.

It's got a few minor dings, but they seem rather irrelevant when you consider the carbon wheels, Dura Ace groupset and Cannondale Si Spider Ring chainset for just £2,299!

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SRM Dura Ace 9000 Power Meter System with PC8

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This SRM is built onto a Shimano Dura-Ace crankset with 52/36 Dura Ace chainrings.

For £2,199, you get the PC8 headunit included so you're getting a pro-level setup.

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