eBay Cycling Deals - Grab a Groupset


A new groupset is one of the major upgrades that you can make to your bike.

But they can be rather expensive, so why not head over to eBay to find a used, or take-off groupset that has been lightly used.

Shimano Dura-Ace R9150 Di2 Groupset - £1,150

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Dura-Ace Di2 is the pinnacle of 11-speed shifting in our opinion.

Yes, it's still got wires, which eTap avoids, but these can be hidden inside the frame and handlebar for an exceptionally clean look.

This lightly used version comes without the battery or cassette, though this is still a brilliant price.

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SRAM Force 22 TT Groupset - £450

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If you're building up a TT bike then this would be a great buy.

The groupset is a new take-off and comes with the TT gear levers and TRP aero brakes.

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Campagnolo Chorus 11 Speed Groupset - £750

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In our eyes, this is one of the prettier groupsets out there.

The older-style 5-arm crankset has lovely lines and the performance backs up the looks with snappy shifting and powerful brakes.

With the cabling included, you should have everything you need to pop it on a frame and get going.

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Sram Red eTap Shift Kit - £799.99

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Thanks to the lack of wiring, eTap is one of the easiest groupsets to set up.

This shift kit is designed to replace mechanical shifters, converting your old groupset into eTap.

You get the essential shifters and 2 mechs along with the charger for the batteries.

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Shimano Ultegra R8000 Groupset - £499

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One of the best, and cheapest performance upgrades out there is also one of the most common.

An upgrade to Ultegra components has long been seen as the best price to performance purchase for club riders and amateur racers. 

We've used Ultegra for a number of years now and the excellent performance means that we're not looking to upgrade to Dura-Ace any time soon.

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