Shimano Ultegra Di2
The Jamis Xenith Pro Di2 is one of the new crop of bikes using Shimano's Ultegra Di2 group to bring electronic shifting to the masses (or at least, down to a more affordable price point). At £2400, the Jamis is among the cheapest carbon-framed Ui2 bikes out there, but it's more than just a groupset, it's also a pretty decent bike in its own right.
For sale 2012 Focus Cayo Evo 2.0 with Ultegra Di2.
Amazing bike, so nippy and responsive. In combination with the Di2 the shifting is smooth and the maintenance is reduced.
Grab a 2012 going for a Bargain. fully loaded and ridden less than 600 miles. Sadly I need to sell due to moving to Canada. Sad face
Seat tube 510mm
Top tube 535mm
Your's for £1500
This, folks, is the Canyon Ultimate AL 9.0 Di2 and it's putting in an early bid to be road.cc's Bike of the Year. It's one of the cheapest bikes out there to come with electronic gear shifting and it has plenty more to offer too. You get quality components across the board and a fast, involving ride.
We'll take the best bits one by one, starting with the most obvious...
Kovert's top of the range FX-Pro is pitched at what is probably the most hotly contested bike battle of 2012 – the one to be the best affordable electronic shifting bike. Launched at the 2011 Cycle Show, Kovert's ethos is to bring race bikes to the market at affordable prices. The brand's racing commitment is underlined by the Kovert Elite Racing Team who are already bringing in the early season results using the FX-Pro frameset.