Huge 28% off Boardman SLR 9.4 Di2 Disc Carbon Road Road Bike

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A carbon frame, Di2, hydraulic brakes and excellent finishing kit for £2,299

Boardman's SLR 9.4 Disc is a great bike for road racing, sportives and fast group rides.

Boardman SLR 9.4 Di2 Disc
£2299.00
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The testers over at road.cc have been fans of Boardman bikes for a few years now, with their road bikes winning several Bike of the Year awards.

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As a result of trickle-down technology, the 9.4 uses the same frame as the flagship 9.8 model. It's made from C10 high-modulus carbon fibre for a great mix of stiffness around the bottom bracket and headtube while also keeping the bike compliant for comfort on longer rides.

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This is complimented perfectly by the Ultegra Di2 groupset which we find works flawlessly and looks so similar to Dura-Ace. Here, you're getting the magical blend of electronic shifting that is so crisp and accurate, combined with the exceptional hydraulic disc brakes that allow you to brake later into corners and work predictably in all conditions.

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The frameset comes with a carbon seatpost which is also made by Boardman. It comes with a bit of adjustability too, with 0-20mm of setback available. The SLR Elite Five wheels offer a great base for the lovely 28mm Vittoria Corsa G+ tyres.

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With a low weight build, this is a perfect bike for racing, hilly sportives and fast group rides.

Boardman SLR 9.4 Di2 Disc
£2299.00
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