eBay Bikes - S-Works, Trek, Cannondale, and Pinarello

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Some brilliant superbike deals!

If you're after a new bike, but you want to save a bit of cash, then eBay is the place to go.

We love spending time on the huge auction site and this is what we've found today.

Pinarello Dogma F10 - Dura-Ace

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The F10 is a certified superbike and has been ridden to Tour de France victories, suggesting that it can shift.

This one comes with the excellent Dura-Ace 9000 Di2 groupset and tubeless Giant carbon wheels.

Buy Now at £4,500

Trek Madone - Project One

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This Project One bike was built using Trek's custom bike builder. 

The super slippery aero frameset features loads of clever integration and it's a lovely bike to ride.

You get Bontrager Aeolus 5 wheels along with an Ultegra 6800 groupset.

Buy Now at £3,850

S Works Tarmac SL5

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This rather bright S-Works SL5 was apparently designed for Marcel Kittel. 

The lightweight carbon frameset is combined with a Dura-Ace grouspet made up of a mix of 9000 and R9100 parts.

Buy Now at £2,400

Cannondale SuperSix Evo

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The first of two SuperSix bikes this week and they're both beauties.

This lightweight build features a Quarq carbon chainset, carbon Hollowgram wheels and Vittoria Corsa G+ sidewalls.

A Sram eTap groupset ensures fast shifting with no wires in sight.

Buy Now at £2,500

Cannondale SuperSix Evo Hi-Mod

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Another stealthy SuperSix beauty to get Sram's eTap groupset.

This bike comes with the Si crankset for an incredibly light setup. You can even upgrade to the Stages L/H power crank for a little extra cash.

The custom wheelset consists of Mavic rims laced to Hope hubs, an excellent wheelset that will climb very well.

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