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2015 SPECIALIZED VENGE PRO RACE

Wheel Size 16
Material Aluminium
Manufacturer specilazed
Gears 7
Category Men's Bike
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£ 2500

Scott Addict R2 Carbon 54cm M 2011

Wheel Size 27
Material Carbon
Manufacturer Scott
Gears 20
Category Unisex
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£ 1450

Cannondale synapse disc 5

Wheel Size 26
Material Titanium
Manufacturer Cannondale
Gears 20
Category Men's Bike
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£ 550
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Specialized Road Bike for Sale

Wheel Size 30
Material Aluminium
Manufacturer Specialized Allez
Gears 30
Category Unisex
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£ 350

Forme Vision Bike

Wheel Size 26
Material Carbon
Manufacturer Forme Vision
Gears 18
Category Men's Bike
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£ 350
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Men's road bike

Wheel Size 26
Material Aluminium
Manufacturer Specialised
Gears 20
Category Men's Bike
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£ 700

Moda Stretto Race Bike, Full Carbon

Wheel Size 10
Material Carbon
Manufacturer Moda
Gears 20
Category Men's Bike
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£ 1350

Road/racing bike

Wheel Size 23
Material Steel
Manufacturer Orbea
Gears 21
Category Men's Bike
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£ 200
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racelite racing bike

Wheel Size 24
Material Carbon
Manufacturer kinesis carbon fibre
Gears 10
Category Men's Bike
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£ 450
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Cube Peleton pro

Wheel Size 27
Material Aluminium
Manufacturer Cube
Gears 30
Category Men's Bike
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£ 400
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2013 GIANT TCR CARBON FIBRE LIGHTWE

Wheel Size 20
Material Carbon
Manufacturer Giant
Gears 10
Category Men's Bike
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£ 999

VINTAGE 1970's ALLEGRO MEN'S RACER.

Wheel Size 20
Material Steel
Manufacturer ALLEGRO
Gears 5
Category Men's Bike
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£ 90

VINTAGE 1970's YOUNGS RACING BIKE.

Wheel Size 20
Material Steel
Manufacturer YOUNGS
Gears 10
Category Men's Bike
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£ 125

felt f3 size 60cm

Wheel Size 24
Material Carbon
Manufacturer FELT f3
Gears 20
Category Men's Bike
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£ 1000
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B'TWIN Triban 300 Road Bike, White

Wheel Size 28
Material Aluminium
Manufacturer B'TWIN
Gears 24
Category Men's Bike
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£ 195
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Vintage ex USSR Aist / Stork

Wheel Size 28
Material Steel
Manufacturer Minsk Mechanical Bik
Gears 16
Category Men's Bike
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£ 400

ex USSR Aist / Stork racer

Wheel Size 28
Material Steel
Manufacturer Aist / Minsk Bicycle
Gears 16
Category Men's Bike
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£ 400

Italian racing road Bike

Wheel Size 26
Material Aluminium
Manufacturer Basso devil xenon
Gears 10
Category Unisex
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£ 450
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Scott Speedster 40 GBP 430 ono

Wheel Size 20
Material Aluminium
Manufacturer Scott
Gears 27
Category Men's Bike
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£ 350
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Dolan Proffisio road bike

Wheel Size 20
Material Aluminium
Manufacturer Dolan
Gears 16
Category Men's Bike
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£ 500
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Information on Racing Bikes



Most racing bikes weigh between 6 and 9 KG. The best way to recognise a racing bike is by their slight frame and slim wheels which are specially designed for riding on streets and other tarred surfaces. Well known racing bike brands include Haibike and Scott.

Other notable features include so called ‘drop handlebars’ which allow the rider to adopt various grips and sitting positions to suit different riding situations. It has neither storage space nor a mudguard, although in special cases these can be added to specific models. This said most standard models do provide holders for up to two water bottles.

Albeit a highly specialised bike in many ways, the racing bike’s brakes are fairly traditional brake pads, since hydraulic or disk brakes wouldn’t offer the rider much of an advantage. In fact, the slender build of a racing bike means that it can be braked quickly regardless of how advanced its braking system is.

The correct way to sit on a racing bike is to lean over the handlebars in order to stay as aerodynamic as possible. Coupled with streamlined helmet this creates a highly efficient posture which cuts through the air like a knife. In order to help the rider achieve this, the seat is usually a little higher than the handlebars.

However, it’s not just wind resistance that these bikes are designed to circumvent; racing bikes are also built for minimum road resistance. Shoes can also be attached to the pedals so that the rider’s stride is never accidentally broken.

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