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Huge Range Of Road Bikes For Sale


As the name suggests, road bikes are designed specifically for on-road use. For the rider, this means they are lightweight, faster and more efficient.

Road bikes are often the choice for riders who are looking for general fitness training and riding socially, all the way up to more serious endeavours such as events and racing.

Entry level road bikes typically feature alloy frames and simple-to-use group-sets (to control gears). They tend to be more suited to the rider’s comfort over building up speed.

As you move up the range, the bikes become more performance-focused. Each piece of material and all the components are chosen to work together to create a lighter-weight bike that is more durable when frequently ridden over long distances. For the rider, this means improved handling, smoother shifting and better braking.

At the top of the range, the most performance-focused road bikes aim to give the rider a bike that is laterally stiff, while allowing for some flex (or compliance) vertically as a way to absorb some of the bumps in the road before they reach the rider.

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Flatbar Road Bikes


Flat handlebars provide a more upright seating position for the rider, and improved handling at slower speeds. Paired with the shorter top tube, this means the rider is not as 'stretched out', creating a more relaxed riding position than a traditional drop bar road bike. This means the flat bar road bike is generally used as a commuter option due to the comfort and practicality.

Entry-level flatbar road bikes generally use mountain bike gearing and have wider tyres, which are more suited for going off curbs and gutters. High-end models will utilise road bike gearing and be lighter and more streamlined, allowing for more speed.

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Drop Bar Road Bikes


If you’re looking for speed, you may want to start your search for a new road bike with drop bar road bikes. The shape of the handlebars, which represent a set of rams horns, are better for riders getting into crouched positions. Whether going downhill, pushing through headwinds or picking up speed, crouching down allows you to be more aerodynamic on the bike. However, this only really comes into play when travelling above 25km/hr.

Entry-level flatbar road bikes generally use mountain bike gearing and have wider tyres, which are more suited for going off curbs and gutters. High-end models will utilise road bike gearing and be lighter and more streamlined, allowing for more speed.

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Alloy vs Carbon Frames


Carbon frames achieve a big advance in performance, as the material is extremely strong, light, and stiff. It also provides greater comfort (through vibration dampening), as well power transfer (and therefore efficiency) compared to an allot frame. The less flex there is laterally in the frame as a rider pedals mean less power is lost from each pedal stroke, and more in transfer into creating forward motion through the crank and wheels.

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