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Lotto-Soudal are selling their old team bikes for an absolute bargain

Joe Robinson
3 Dec 2019

Full carbon frame, Campagnolo Super-Record EPS 12-Speed groupset, Bora wheels and carbon finishing kit for less than £4,000

Lotto-Soudal are selling off their 2020 Ridley team bikes at an absolute bargain price. With a completely fresh set due to hit riders' doorsteps on 1st January, the Belgian WorldTour team are having a wholesale clear-out of this year's equipment by selling a total of 21 complete bikes and three framesets.

From Adam Hansen's super-aggressive Helium SLX to Fredrik Frison's aero Noah Fast, the bikes have been dropped from their €10,000 asking prices to as little as €3,699 with all the bikes available to buy here.

Being team issue, all the frames come complete with Campagnolo Super-Record EPS groupsets, Campagnolo Bora Ultra carbon wheels and full carbon Deda and Sella Italia finishing kit.

To put that into perspective, Lotto-Soudal are selling off a complete Ridley Helium SLX bike with full Campagnolo Super Record EPS 12-speed and carbon Campagnolo wheels for less than the retail price of the groupset, which costs over £4,000 alone.

You also have the added bonus of each bike being looked after and cared for by a team of WorldTour mechanics. The only setback is that you will need to buy yourself a Campagnolo EPS charger.

A particular gem of the sale is Australian veteran Hansen's Ridley Helium SLX 2019 with slammed, negative 130mm stem and reversed seatpost. 

We also like Hour Record holder Victor Campaenerts's Noah Fast in an XS with deep-section Bora wheels and negative stem, being sold for just €4,399.

Selling old team stock is pretty common for professional teams. The now-defunct Aqua Blue team also sold off their Ridley team bikes in 2017 for £2,000 while the Lotto-Soudal development team often sell of their previous training bikes. 

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