eBay Bike Bargains - Synapse Disc, Allez Sprint, Madone


Specialized Allez Sprint - £999

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If you’re looking for a race bike on a budget then the Allez Sprint is perfect.

It’s exactly what the bike was designed for, with a frameset that aimed at criterium racing. The geometry is aggressive and the bike has good stiffness around the bottom bracket for maximum power transfer.

This one comes with A full 105 groupset, Zipp 30 Course wheels, and you also get a carbon seatpost.


Merida Reacto 4000 - £970

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Merida’s Reacto is a full-carbon aero race bike that can take both mechanical and electronic groupsets.

Again, Shimano’s 105 groupset provides the shifting. The chainset comes from FSA with 52/36 chainrings.


De Rosa Superking Ltd Edition Pininfarina - From £2,500

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If you’ve got a bit more cash to splash, then you could get yourself an Italian superbike.

This one is going on bids and unless you get rather lucky, we doubt that it’ll go for £2,500. 

It’s decked out with some of the best kit with a Dura-Ace Di2 groupset and Zipp 404 wheels.


Trek Madone 9 - £3,950

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Another super-fast aero bike, this Trek Madone 9 has cleverly integrated brakes for extra aero performance.

The integration doesn’t stop there, Bontrager’s integrated bar/stem provides a slick and stiff front end while a zipp 303/404 wheel combo ensures fast rolling speeds.

BUY NOW AT £3,950

Cannondale Synapse Carbon Disc - £1,700

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If you’re looking to take things at a more relaxed pace, or you just want something a bit comfier then this Synapse is perfect.

The carbon frame is designed to soak up road buzz while still being stiff and light.

Shimano’s Ultegra Di2 Disc groupset is the perfect choice for riding in grotty weather and Mavic’s Ksyrium tubeless wheels are bombproof.

BUY NOW AT £1,700

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