Huge 45% off Shimano Dura-Ace R9150 Gear Kit

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Everything you need to switch to electronic shifting

Merlin Cycles have a brilliant deal that makes converting your current 11-speed Shimano groupset to Di2 easy.

Merlin has a special discount on at the moment with an extra £122.50 off at the basket. That brings this down to just £1,102.50!

Shimano Dura-Ace R9150 Di2 Gear Kit
£1102.50
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This is also the easiest way to upgrade an older Di2 system if the components are getting a bit worn out after long miles and bumps from crashes.

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This time of year is perfect for installing new components as the summer bike has likely been put into hibernation due to the adverse weather.

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You can install the new parts without needing to rush the job, then there's usually a nice day or two that serve as the perfect chance to test the parts, ensuring that everything works for next year.

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Merlin has included everything that you need to simply plug the components together and get going.

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The shifters are the latest R9150 model with the extra function buttons that you can programme to control your GPS computer.

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This kit comes with the standard Junction A box and internal Junction B box. There's also all the cabling that you'll need for a normal road bike and the internal seatpost battery along with the charger.

Shimano Dura-Ace R9150 Di2 Gear Kit
£1102.50
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