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Free Gear Friday: Win Primoz Roglic’s 2018 Bianchi Aquila CV frameset from Bike-room

Bike-room gives riders a rare chance to pick up World Tour super bikes from years past at steep discounts.

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This week, one lucky winner will take home Primoz Roglic’s Bianchi Aquila CV 2018 frameset, which he raced during the 2018 season for Team LottoNL-Jumbo, now Jumbo-Visma, courtesy of Bike-room. The frame is a size small.

Enter below for your chance to win!

Primoz Roglic's Bianchi Aquila CV 2018 frameset. Side view against a whit background.
Primoz Roglic’s 2018 Bianchi Aquila CV frameset; (photo/Bike-room)

More about the frameset

The Bianchi Aquila CV is the time trial-specific bike Roglic used during his time with LottoNL-Jumbo, which is now Team Jumbo-Visma. The frame year, 2018, is the same year Roglic secured general classification wins in the Tour of the Basque Country, Tour of Romandie, and the Tour of Slovenia.

Second-hand super bikes from Bike-room

With the Tour de France in full swing, the best bikes in the world are on full display in a month-long battle of attrition that showcases the latest and greatest frames and components currently on the road.

In most scenarios, normal riders would never be able to get their hands on one of these top-of-the-line race-tested machines. But thanks to Bike-room, the dream of owning a bike that has actually been in the mix at the Tour de France and other races has never been closer to reality.

Primoz Roglic's Bianchi Aquila CV 2018 frameset. Side rear view against a white background.
2018 Bianchi Aquila CV frameset; (photo/Bike-room)

More about Bike-room

Bike-room is the premier platform for authentic superbikes from WorldTour teams and limited edition cycles from top brands. It provides an online marketplace where cyclists can purchase their dream bike – new or used – at a steep discount. For example, the 2018 Bianchi Aquila CV went for an MSRP of nearly $10,000 in its heyday. On Bike-room, the same bike was priced at about $4,600.

The company also offers a platform to sell and trade used models that didn’t come out of the professional peloton.

According to Bike-room, most of the products they refurbish are second, third, or fourth bikes. All bikes that are extremely well-built and maintained. Customers also can ask for a particular bike, and Bike-room will seek it out and find it. All bikes are shipped with an ultra-durable bike guard and come with a one-year warranty.

These bikes also come with peace of mind. Bike-room guarantees that the bikes they sell are 100% authentic. Before a bike is listed, every detail about where the bike has been and who owned it is verified. There’s no need to worry about dropping big money on a knockoff.

Four Cannondale team bikes from 2021 and 2022 with pink and blue neon lights behind them.
Dozens of Cannondale bikes used by EF Education-Easypost and EF Education-TIBCO-SVB are currently available on Bike-room; (photo/Bike-room)

Bike-room’s available inventory

For those who don’t win Roglic’s Bianchi Aquila CV 2018, all is not lost. A host of additional pre-owned pro bikes are available on Bike-room right now, and more are on the way.

Some examples include dozens of 2021 and 2022 Cannondale bikes used by Team EF Education-Easypost and EF Education-TIBCO-SVB, whose riders include Alberto Bettiol, Neilson Powless, Letizia Borghesi, and Sebastian Langeveld.

Currently, Bike-room has 30 bikes from BMC AG2R’s 2022 season in sizes ranging from 51 to 58. These bicycles have been ridden by the likes of Ben O’Connor, Benoit Cosnefroy, and Aurelien Paret-Peintre.

If there’s a Tour de France bike that catches your eye, it’s only a matter of time until it’s available on Bike-room.

Six BMC AG2R's 2022 season bikes lined up next to a team bus.
Bikes from BMC AG2R’s 2022 season in sizes ranging from 51 to 58 are scheduled to become available on Bike-room soon; (photo/Bike-room)
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Matthew Earley
8 months ago

I am the first to comment, these bikes are beautiful!!

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