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Road bikes

When the road is calling, answer it with a road bike designed to take you far and fast. Experience the pro team feeling with a bike used by your favourite WorldTour team or a brand new road bike all your own. Every bike has a distinctive story, this is your chance to add to it.

Find the best road bike for your needs

At CYKOM, we offer only top-quality team bikes. All team bikes are originals from professional cycling teams and cyclists. You'll discover new road bikes and used pro road bikes in our growing collection. 

Our team of bike mechanics makes sure every bike meets the highest operating standards — exactly what your next ride deserves. Don't think of our previously-owned bikes as your average used road bikes for sale. These are bikes with a story. And you get to be a part of that.

Regardless of whether your goal is to cross the finish line of a Grand Tour mountain stage, or be the first in your group to reach the local coffee shop after a day on the road, CYKOM has the road bike to take you to the next level. 

Find bicycles from Stevens, Cervélo, Felt, and Pinarello — bicycle brands that the world's best riders know, trust and never leave home without. 

New to the race? Keep reading to learn more about our large selection of team bikes, and see how to find the best road bike for your height and size. 

What is a road bike?

A road bike is a bicycle designed for use on paved roads. These bikes are built with lightweight frames and thin, smooth tyres, allowing you to ride at high speeds with minimal resistance. 

Road bikes are typically used for racing, long-distance rides, or commuting.

Racing road bikes are designed for competitive races. If you're looking for a commuter road bike, you probably want to avoid a racing bike. Unless you want the high-speed option so you'll never be late for that morning meeting again. 

Types of road bikes 

  • Racing road bikes are known as "pro-level" bikes. They're crafted to be as lightweight and aerodynamic as possible, with steep angles and an aggressive riding position.
  • Endurance road bikes are also called "sportive" bikes. These have a more relaxed riding position for extra comfort and are best suited for long-distance rides. 
  • Commuter road bikes are designed for the everyday rider and are built with durability in mind. You'll often find accessories such as fenders and racks with commuter road bikes. 

At CYKOM, all our new and Pro WorldTour Team-used road bikes are engineered to climb, corner and descend with efficiency and speed, perfect for road cycling.

That competitive edge you're after? It's here. Our bikes give you the power to do it all. And do it faster than other riders. 

How to choose the best road bike?

Choosing the right bike isn't as simple as buying the first one you see, adjusting the seat and pedalling off into the horizon. And for anyone hoping to join the Tour de France, the task is even harder. 

  1. Purpose: What do you plan on using the bike for? Are you looking for a race-ready bike, or a bike for long-distance rides or commuting? 
  2. Budget: Consider your budget and find a bike that fits your price range. Remember that you get what you pay for, so be prepared to invest in a higher-quality bike if you want a reliable and durable ride. 
  3. Frame: Beyond the different categories of road bikes, there are frame materials to choose from, including aluminium, carbon fibre frame, steel, and titanium. 
  4. Size: Choose a bike that's the right size for you. Use a bike size chart or have a professional bike fitting done to determine the correct size.
  5. Components: Look at the elements on the bike, such as the drivetrain, brakes, and wheels, and ensure they are of good quality and suitable for your needs. All our bikes — from new to used — are individually checked by our team of mechanics so you're safe knowing you're getting top quality. 
  6. Brand: Research different bike brands and check out reviews to get a sense of their reputation and the quality of their products.
  7. Test ride: If possible, try out a few different bikes to see which one feels the most comfortable and performs the best. That's the advantage of buying a bike previously owned by a pro team — you know it can go the distance! 

Road bike sizing | What size bike do you need?

For efficient power transfer and handling, it's key to find a bike that fits well. So how do you find the right bike size for you? 

Start by multiplying your stride length (inseam) by 0.66. The formula looks like this:

Frame size = stride length (in cm) X 0.66

Here we have created a simple table with frame sizes.

Height (in cm)  Frame Size (in cm)
160-165 cm. 48-52 cm.
165-170 cm. 52-54 cm.
170-175 cm. 53-55 cm.
175-180 cm. 54-56 cm.
180-185 cm. 55-58 cm.
185-190 cm. 58-61 cm.
190-195 cm. 59-62 cm.
195-200 cm. 61-64 cm.

 

Measure your inseam by standing against a wall and measure from the ground to your crotch. Then use a bike size chart (like the measurements listed above) to find the right size based on your inseam length.

You can also have a professional bike fitting done at a local bike shop and use that measurement to shop for your next road bike with us. 

Remember that bike sizes can vary between brands and models, so it's always a good idea to try out a few different sizes to see which one feels the most comfortable.

What are the best road bike tyres?

Your tyres are the only point of contact between you and the road, making them one of the most important components on your road bike. 

Here are our top factors to consider when choosing road bike tyres:

  1. Purpose: Are you using the tyres for racing, training, or everyday riding? Different tyres work for different purposes, so choose a tyre that fits your riding needs. 
  2. Width: Road bike tyres come in a range of widths, from narrow 23mm tyres to wider 28mm or even 32mm tyres. Wider tyres offer more comfort and stability but may be slower than narrower tyres.
  3. Thread: Road bike tyres can have either smooth or textured tread patterns. Smooth tyres are best for racing and provide the lowest rolling resistance. Textured tyres offer more grip and are better suited for training or wet weather conditions.
  4. Durability: Durability matters. Especially if you plan on using them for long-distance rides or in rough conditions.


Some popular road bike tyre brands include Continental, Vittoria, and Michelin. Always read reviews and do your research before purchasing tyres. And as always, reach out to us if you have any questions. 

Find our different collections of road bike tires here: 

What are the right pedals for road bikes?

The best road bike pedals offer low weight, improved aerodynamics and increased foot stability. Here's a look at our favourite types:

  1. Clipless pedals: These pedals allow you to "clip" your shoes into the pedals for a secure and efficient connection. Clipless pedals require special cycling shoes with cleats on the bottom.
  2. Platform pedals: These pedals have a flat surface that you rest your feet on while riding. They don't require special cycling shoes, making them a great choice for beginners or casual riders.
  3. Toe clips: These are like cages that fit around the front of your feet and attach to the pedals. Toe clips provide a more secure connection than platform pedals, but aren't as efficient as clipless pedals.

If you're a serious rider or plan on doing more long-distance rides than commutes to work, clipless pedals are probably the best choice. For casual or beginner riders, platform pedals are the better option. 

Find all of our assortment of pedals here → Bike Pedals

Find your next road bike among the world's top brands 

At CYKOM we carry the world's top road bike brands. From Pinarello to Cervélo, we've stocked the best cycling brands for all your two-wheeled needs.

Pinarello road bikes

Pinarello is an Italian bicycle brand whose bicycles are characterized by unique, stylish, and complete Italian designs. Its world-renowned status is thanks to major UCI WorldTour Teams such as Team Sky winning the Tour de France on one of their models. If you want a high-quality racing bike with a rich history, Pinarello is the right choice.

Cervélo road bikes

Cervélo is a Canadian bicycle brand that manufactures top-quality frames and parts for racing bicycles. Cervelo was established in 1995 and headquartered in Toronto. Cervélo has grown more popular due to their sponsorship of Bjarne Riis' Team CSC from 2002 to 2008. 

Experience a better performance and racing road bike experience with CYKOM 

Every bike we stock is created to go the distance with efficiency and speed. Whether you’re racing, training or going for the Cape Epic, our road bikes do it all and do it just as fast as your legs can manage. 

When you shop with us, you can trust that you're getting a reliable road bike that's made to last. From pre-owned road bikes with stories from the world's best racing teams to brand-new bikes, your next bicycle is waiting. And if you have any questions, we're here to help. 

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Lapierre - Xelius SL2 Disc - 55 - Shimano Ultegra Di2 - Groupama-FDJ

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Scott - Addict RC PRO Disc - Road Bike - Mitchelton-Scott Women

Scott - Addict RC PRO Disc - Road Bike - Mitchelton-Scott Women

    $5,032 USD
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Scott - Addict RC PRO Disc - Road Bike - Mitchelton Scott

Scott - Addict RC PRO Disc - Road Bike - Mitchelton Scott

    $5,624 USD
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Lapierre - Xelius SL2 Disc - 58 - Shimano Ultegra DI2 - Groupama-FDJ

Lapierre - Xelius SL2 Disc - 58 - Shimano Ultegra DI2 - Groupama-FDJ

    $3,473 USD
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Lapierre - Xelius SL2 Disc - 55 - Shimano Ultegra Di2 - Groupama-FDJ

Lapierre - Xelius SL2 Disc - 55 - Shimano Ultegra Di2 - Groupama-FDJ

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Scott - Addict RC PRO Disc - Road Bike - Mitchelton Scott

Scott - Addict RC PRO Disc - Road Bike - Mitchelton Scott

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Scott - Addict RC PRO Disc - Road Bike - Mitchelton-Scott Women

Scott - Addict RC PRO Disc - Road Bike - Mitchelton-Scott Women

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Pinarello - Dogma F - Dura-Ace Di2 R9200 - 12-Speed - Olympic Edition

Pinarello - Dogma F - Dura-Ace Di2 R9200 - 12-Speed - Olympic Edition

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Pinarello Dogma F12 X-Light - Henao - 50 - Dura-Ace DI2 - Ineos Grenadiers

Pinarello Dogma F12 X-Light - Henao - 50 - Dura-Ace DI2 - Ineos Grenadiers

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Pinarello Dogma F12 - Sosa - 50 - Dura-Ace DI2 - Ineos

Pinarello Dogma F12 - Sosa - 50 - Dura-Ace DI2 - Ineos

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Scott - Foil RC PRO - Dura-Ace Di2 - 49/XS - Mitchelton-Scott Women

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BMC Teammachine SLR01 Disc - 51 - Dura-Ace Di2 - Alessandro Lacchi - Team Qhubeka

BMC Teammachine SLR01 Disc - 51 - Dura-Ace Di2 - Alessandro Lacchi - Team Qhubeka

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Pinarello Dogma F  - Pidcock - 46.5 - Dura-Ace DI2 - Ineos Grenadiers

Pinarello Dogma F - Pidcock - 46.5 - Dura-Ace DI2 - Ineos Grenadiers

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Colnago V3Rs Disc Gold - 52s - Dura-Ace Di2 12-speed

Colnago V3Rs Disc Gold - 52s - Dura-Ace Di2 12-speed

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Scott Addict RC Pro - Dura-Ace 9250 - J. Nieuwenhuis  - Team DSM

Scott Addict RC Pro - Dura-Ace 9250 - J. Nieuwenhuis - Team DSM

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Scott - Addict RC PRO Disc - Road bike - Mitchelton Scott

Scott - Addict RC PRO Disc - Road bike - Mitchelton Scott

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Road bikes

When the road is calling, answer it with a road bike designed to take you far and fast. Experience the pro team feeling with a bike used by your favourite WorldTour team or a brand new road bike all your own. Every bike has a distinctive story, this is your chance to add to it.

Find the best road bike for your needs

At CYKOM, we offer only top-quality team bikes. All team bikes are originals from professional cycling teams and cyclists. You'll discover new road bikes and used pro road bikes in our growing collection. 

Our team of bike mechanics makes sure every bike meets the highest operating standards — exactly what your next ride deserves. Don't think of our previously-owned bikes as your average used road bikes for sale. These are bikes with a story. And you get to be a part of that.

Regardless of whether your goal is to cross the finish line of a Grand Tour mountain stage, or be the first in your group to reach the local coffee shop after a day on the road, CYKOM has the road bike to take you to the next level. 

Find bicycles from Stevens, Cervélo, Felt, and Pinarello — bicycle brands that the world's best riders know, trust and never leave home without. 

New to the race? Keep reading to learn more about our large selection of team bikes, and see how to find the best road bike for your height and size. 

What is a road bike?

A road bike is a bicycle designed for use on paved roads. These bikes are built with lightweight frames and thin, smooth tyres, allowing you to ride at high speeds with minimal resistance. 

Road bikes are typically used for racing, long-distance rides, or commuting.

Racing road bikes are designed for competitive races. If you're looking for a commuter road bike, you probably want to avoid a racing bike. Unless you want the high-speed option so you'll never be late for that morning meeting again. 

Types of road bikes 

  • Racing road bikes are known as "pro-level" bikes. They're crafted to be as lightweight and aerodynamic as possible, with steep angles and an aggressive riding position.
  • Endurance road bikes are also called "sportive" bikes. These have a more relaxed riding position for extra comfort and are best suited for long-distance rides. 
  • Commuter road bikes are designed for the everyday rider and are built with durability in mind. You'll often find accessories such as fenders and racks with commuter road bikes. 

At CYKOM, all our new and Pro WorldTour Team-used road bikes are engineered to climb, corner and descend with efficiency and speed, perfect for road cycling.

That competitive edge you're after? It's here. Our bikes give you the power to do it all. And do it faster than other riders. 

How to choose the best road bike?

Choosing the right bike isn't as simple as buying the first one you see, adjusting the seat and pedalling off into the horizon. And for anyone hoping to join the Tour de France, the task is even harder. 

  1. Purpose: What do you plan on using the bike for? Are you looking for a race-ready bike, or a bike for long-distance rides or commuting? 
  2. Budget: Consider your budget and find a bike that fits your price range. Remember that you get what you pay for, so be prepared to invest in a higher-quality bike if you want a reliable and durable ride. 
  3. Frame: Beyond the different categories of road bikes, there are frame materials to choose from, including aluminium, carbon fibre frame, steel, and titanium. 
  4. Size: Choose a bike that's the right size for you. Use a bike size chart or have a professional bike fitting done to determine the correct size.
  5. Components: Look at the elements on the bike, such as the drivetrain, brakes, and wheels, and ensure they are of good quality and suitable for your needs. All our bikes — from new to used — are individually checked by our team of mechanics so you're safe knowing you're getting top quality. 
  6. Brand: Research different bike brands and check out reviews to get a sense of their reputation and the quality of their products.
  7. Test ride: If possible, try out a few different bikes to see which one feels the most comfortable and performs the best. That's the advantage of buying a bike previously owned by a pro team — you know it can go the distance! 

Road bike sizing | What size bike do you need?

For efficient power transfer and handling, it's key to find a bike that fits well. So how do you find the right bike size for you? 

Start by multiplying your stride length (inseam) by 0.66. The formula looks like this:

Frame size = stride length (in cm) X 0.66

Here we have created a simple table with frame sizes.

Height (in cm)  Frame Size (in cm)
160-165 cm. 48-52 cm.
165-170 cm. 52-54 cm.
170-175 cm. 53-55 cm.
175-180 cm. 54-56 cm.
180-185 cm. 55-58 cm.
185-190 cm. 58-61 cm.
190-195 cm. 59-62 cm.
195-200 cm. 61-64 cm.

 

Measure your inseam by standing against a wall and measure from the ground to your crotch. Then use a bike size chart (like the measurements listed above) to find the right size based on your inseam length.

You can also have a professional bike fitting done at a local bike shop and use that measurement to shop for your next road bike with us. 

Remember that bike sizes can vary between brands and models, so it's always a good idea to try out a few different sizes to see which one feels the most comfortable.

What are the best road bike tyres?

Your tyres are the only point of contact between you and the road, making them one of the most important components on your road bike. 

Here are our top factors to consider when choosing road bike tyres:

  1. Purpose: Are you using the tyres for racing, training, or everyday riding? Different tyres work for different purposes, so choose a tyre that fits your riding needs. 
  2. Width: Road bike tyres come in a range of widths, from narrow 23mm tyres to wider 28mm or even 32mm tyres. Wider tyres offer more comfort and stability but may be slower than narrower tyres.
  3. Thread: Road bike tyres can have either smooth or textured tread patterns. Smooth tyres are best for racing and provide the lowest rolling resistance. Textured tyres offer more grip and are better suited for training or wet weather conditions.
  4. Durability: Durability matters. Especially if you plan on using them for long-distance rides or in rough conditions.


Some popular road bike tyre brands include Continental, Vittoria, and Michelin. Always read reviews and do your research before purchasing tyres. And as always, reach out to us if you have any questions. 

Find our different collections of road bike tires here: 

What are the right pedals for road bikes?

The best road bike pedals offer low weight, improved aerodynamics and increased foot stability. Here's a look at our favourite types:

  1. Clipless pedals: These pedals allow you to "clip" your shoes into the pedals for a secure and efficient connection. Clipless pedals require special cycling shoes with cleats on the bottom.
  2. Platform pedals: These pedals have a flat surface that you rest your feet on while riding. They don't require special cycling shoes, making them a great choice for beginners or casual riders.
  3. Toe clips: These are like cages that fit around the front of your feet and attach to the pedals. Toe clips provide a more secure connection than platform pedals, but aren't as efficient as clipless pedals.

If you're a serious rider or plan on doing more long-distance rides than commutes to work, clipless pedals are probably the best choice. For casual or beginner riders, platform pedals are the better option. 

Find all of our assortment of pedals here → Bike Pedals

Find your next road bike among the world's top brands 

At CYKOM we carry the world's top road bike brands. From Pinarello to Cervélo, we've stocked the best cycling brands for all your two-wheeled needs.

Pinarello road bikes

Pinarello is an Italian bicycle brand whose bicycles are characterized by unique, stylish, and complete Italian designs. Its world-renowned status is thanks to major UCI WorldTour Teams such as Team Sky winning the Tour de France on one of their models. If you want a high-quality racing bike with a rich history, Pinarello is the right choice.

Cervélo road bikes

Cervélo is a Canadian bicycle brand that manufactures top-quality frames and parts for racing bicycles. Cervelo was established in 1995 and headquartered in Toronto. Cervélo has grown more popular due to their sponsorship of Bjarne Riis' Team CSC from 2002 to 2008. 

Experience a better performance and racing road bike experience with CYKOM 

Every bike we stock is created to go the distance with efficiency and speed. Whether you’re racing, training or going for the Cape Epic, our road bikes do it all and do it just as fast as your legs can manage. 

When you shop with us, you can trust that you're getting a reliable road bike that's made to last. From pre-owned road bikes with stories from the world's best racing teams to brand-new bikes, your next bicycle is waiting. And if you have any questions, we're here to help.