eBay Bike Deals - Specialized S-Works, Cannondale and Cervelo


Fancy a speedy aero bike? Save some cash by picking up a second-hand bike.

Buying a brand new bike is great, but you can get that new bike feeling and save a chunk of cash at the same time. We’ve been on eBay, hunting down some bike bargains from sellers with a good reputation.

But as we always remind you, always use caution when buying second-hand bikes and prepare to do a little mechanical work to get them perfectly set up for your riding needs.

Specialized S-Works Tarmac - £4499

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These days, you can’t even get an S-Works frame for under two grand so this Tarmac is a great deal.

The bike comes with an Ultegra Di2 groupset, Vision Metron 55 carbon clinchers and your choice of bar and stem.

It’s ready to hit the climbs and you won’t be seeing many like this thanks to the limited edition Bora paint job.

BUY NOW AT £4499


Cannondale Supersix Evo - £695

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From an expensive carbon road racer to a brilliant budget road bike.

This Supersix Evo gets you a brilliant carbon frame, a Sram Rival groupset and Mavic wheels.

It’s a fabulous bike for the money.



Cannondale SystemSix - £2699

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Sticking with Cannondale, you can get their new aero bike with the Ultegra R8020 disc groupset at a great price.

This bike took Cannondale years to perfect and it comes with loads of front-end integration.

The bike is finished with Cannondale’s aero handlebar and a set of their Hollowgram wheels.

BUY NOW AT £2699


Cervelo R3 Disc - £2750

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The R3 is a slightly more relaxed version of Cervelo’s race bike and this disc version is ready for some long rides.

Saying it is relaxed is not saying that it is slow, you’ll still be able to smash Strava KoMs when you want to.

This one comes with an Ultegra R8020 groupset and DT Swiss wheels.

BUY NOW AT £2750

The deals listed on this page are the best deals on the best cycling products we can find. If you purchase anything as a result of clicking on a deal, Farrelly Atkinson Ltd may earn some commission: on some we do, on some we don’t. Any money that we earn goes in to paying for road.cc and its sister sites off.road.cc and ebiketips.