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One Pro Cycling 2018 team bikes are being sold at a discount price

Joe Robinson
26 Nov 2018

The special edition Aston Martin Storck bikes are up for sale and are much cheaper than their usual recommended retail price

One Pro Cycling have put their 2018 special edition Aston Martin Storck bikes up for sale to the public at quite the bargain price. The team will close its doors in 2019 meaning the team no longer has a use for the unique bikes.

The team is currently selling its special edition Aston Martin Storck Fascenario.3 road bikes and Aston Martin Aero 2 time-trial bikes at a substantial discount. 

While some have already been snapped up, there still remains two variations of the Fascenario.3 road bike. 

For £8,500, One Pro Cycling still have a range of sizes of the Aston Martin-edition Storck that has been maintained by professional mechanics and ridden for only one season.

The bikes are fitted with Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 groupsets and FSA SLK cranks, Vision Metron 40 SL carbon wheels, a variety of stem options and Prologo bar tape and saddle. 

Considering that the regular Storck Fascenario.3 retails at £10,399, this automotive special edition could be considered a good buy especially if your garage also contains a DB9.

The team have also put their Aston Martin special edition Aero 2 time-trial bikes up for sale, at a price even more impressive than the road bikes.

The time-trial rigs are being sold with a mixture of Dura-Ace and Ultegra Di2 again with an FSA SLK crankset, a Vision Metron rear disc wheel, Vision Metron 90 front wheel with Prologo finishing kit. All in, this will cost you £5,000. 

The bikes can be purchased here and collected from Godstone in Surrey, or even delivered to your home for a small fee. Additionally, the team is accepting 'reasonable offers' for the bikes if you fancy haggling to save a few extra quid. 

One Pro Cycling will cease to exist as of 2019. The team had initially planned to end its men's team with the planning of launching women's squad but subsequently found this impossible due to a 'lack of sponsorship'. 

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