eBay Bikes - Endurance bikes from Canyon, De Rosa, GT, Bianchi and more
Tuesday, January 8, 2019 - 14:01
For many of us, long rides around the lanes are the best thing about cycling.
Heading out on extra long rides requires a bike that can soak up the punishment of hours of road buzz.
These bikes have been designed with just that in mind, providing long, comfortable miles.
Let's start with a bike that is quite literally named after the endurance category.
This one looks to be in excellent condition with an Ultegra R8000 groupset with hydraulic disc brakes.
While this might look like a race bike, the Idol is aimed more at longer rides and we can attest to the comfort.
Over the broken roads of Italy, we were very surprised by the comfort that it offered on some 7-hour days.
A common sight on UK roads and a choice that really makes sense. The Synapse is comfortable yet it still feels really fast,
Cannondale uses 'SpeedSave' technology, a forgiving carbon layup that reduces road buzz. This one comes with hydraulic discs, Shimano 105 5800 gearing and a Cannondale Si crankset.
Named after the race known as the Hell of the North, Paris-Roubaix. This cobble-crusher has Zertz elastomer inserts to isolate the rider from rough roads.
Combine that with a more relaxed geometry and you've got a great bike for general riding and group rides.
Heres another bike that looks like a race bike but is hiding a clever carbon layup that makes it incredibly comfortable.
The geometry is slightly relaxed, but it's definitely more aggressive than some of the options here. This would be a great choice if you wanted to mix some longer rides with the occasional race.
If you want your long rides to take in some sections of gravel then we can't think of a better bike.
The Grade's carbon frame is relaxed and set up to relieve the stresses of seriously poor surfaces. The 105 disc groupset is perfect for reliable and slick shifting.
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