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Road Bikes For Sale - Certified Pre-Owned Used & New Bikes

Shop CPO used & new road bikes at TPC - The Pro's Closet. Browse popular brands like Trek, Specialized, Giant and more for the best mountain, road, and gravel bikes. Learn about road bike brands, sizing and FAQ's on road bikes below.

TPC - The Pro's Closet is the leader in buying and selling new and Certified Pre-Owned used bikes. With over 160,000+ customers served and 46,000 bikes sold. Talk to an expert Ride Guide today to find the right road bike for you.

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The world is built on roads, so it is perhaps no surprise that many cyclists start their riding journey with a road bike. TPC has more used road bikes for sale than anyone, with models ranging from relaxed commuters to competitive road racing bikes. Wherever your preferences lie, TPC has a road bike to match your style and budget.

The Pro’s Closet carries top brands like Specialized, Trek, Cannondale, and Giant, as well as bespoke and niche brands. We have modern aluminum and carbon bikes as well as bespoke steel and titanium bikes that will make riders swoon.  

Do you have specific performance needs? Our large inventory includes some of the best aero, climbing, and endurance road bikes on the market. The latest and greatest options will come tubeless-ready and feature electronic shifting for effortless and precise shifts and hydraulic disc brakes for the best-stopping power and control on long descents.

How Much Should a Good Road Bike Cost?

A good road bike can cost anywhere between $2,500 and $17,000, depending on its quality, components, brand, and the materials it's made from. Racing bikes, designed for speed, can range from $3,000 to $17,000. Endurance bikes built for longer rides also lie within this range. 

Hybrid bikes, combining features of road and commuter bikes, cost between $2,500 and $5,000. Electric road bikes (e-Road Bikes) come with a higher price tag, from $3,000 to $8,000. 

The materials used, such as carbon fiber for high-end bikes, or steel and aluminum for lower-end bikes, significantly influence the price. Additionally, components like the groupset also impact the cost. Established brands like Shimano, SRAM, and Campagnolo offer a range of groupsets at varying prices. In the end, the cost of a good road bike is quite subjective and depends on individual needs and budget. Read TPC FAQ for more.

Road Bike Sizing

All bikes are technically unisex, with most brands providing sizes ranging from 48cm (fits 4’11” to 5’2”) to 60cm (fits 6’3” to 6’5”). Check out our road bike sizing guide to help you pick out the right size. For one-on-one bike sizing help, don’t hesitate to reach out to one of our expert Ride Guides 

Road Bike Size Chart

Rider Height (in)

Rider Height (cm)

Frame Size

Frame Size (cm)

4'11" - 5'2"148-158cmX-Small (XS)43-47cm
5'3" - 5'6"159-168cmSmall (S)48-51cm
5'7" - 5'10"169-178cmMedium (M)52-55cm
5'11" - 6'1"179-185cmLarge (L)56-58cm
6'2" - 6'4"186-193cmX-Large (XL)59-62cm
6'4" and up195cm +XX- Large (XXL)63cm +

Women's Road Bikes 

Some brands offer women’s road bikes, which might have geometry or components designed for women’s anatomy. Do women necessarily need bikes made just for them? The general consensus is no. But it can be worth considering if you don’t feel comfortable on unisex bikes. Check our women’s bike buyers guide for the deets. 

Specialized Road Bikes 

As one of the world’s top brands, Specialized bikes always sell fast. If you want a versatile option that won’t break the bank, start with the Specialized Allez. For maximum comfort, the Specialized Roubaix is the ticket. If performance and podiums are more your goal, the Specialized Tarmac is the speedy choice. If you want to ride the same bike the pros ride, look for Specialized S-Works models which have lighter frames and top-of-the-line components. Read our complete Specialized Bikes Buyer's Guide.

Trek Road Bikes 

Trek bikes are diverse, but every model reflects the brand’s homegrown American pride. The Trek Domane provides the smoothest ride, built to dampen vibration and smooth out rough roads. Tackle daunting climbs with the lightweight Trek Émonda. If you’re looking for pure speed, the Trek Madone has the aero edge to cheat the wind on the fastest courses. 

Cannondale Road Bikes 

In the world of Cannondale, innovation is king. The Cannondale Synapse is a class-leading endurance frame. On the performance side, the Cannondale SuperSix Evo has taken countless WorldTour wins. If you prefer a high-performance aero bike, the Cannondale SystemSix is one of the fastest ever tested in the wind tunnel. Find the Cannondale road bike for you with our Cannondale Guide.

Why Buy A Used Road Bike

Every single one of our used road bikes for sale has undergone a multi-point professional inspection to ensure it rides like new. We replace damaged or worn parts with new ones and even test-ride them to make sure everything works under load. 
When you buy a Certified Pre-Owned bike from TPC, we provide a guaranteed buyback offer for 18 months. Upgrade to new brands, new disciplines, and the latest cycling technology with less cash out of your pocket.
At TPC, we stand behind our service, inventory, and shipping processes with a 100% 30-day money-back guarantee. If your bike doesn’t meet your expectations or the fit isn’t quite right, there’s no hassle. Return the bike and get your money back. Period.

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How Much Should You Spend on A Road Bike?

Deciding on a dollar amount largely depends on your needs, the level of commitment to cycling, and the quality of the bike you're aiming for.

For those starting out or on a budget, a good range to consider is between $500 and $999. This price bracket typically features used bikes from reputable brands that are less than 10 years old. Opting for used bikes in this range can provide a balance of quality and value​​.

If you are more committed and looking for a reliable entry into cycling, spending between $1,500 and $2,500 is advisable. This price point can get you a new or well-maintained used bike with entry to mid-range components from major brands like Shimano or SRAM, which are suitable for regular and more serious riding​.

For those who are deeply involved in cycling and possibly looking into performance or racing, bikes can range from $3,000 upwards. At this level, you can expect new bikes with mid-range to high-end components that cater to more intense cycling needs​​.

High-end bikes, especially those designed for racing or made from materials like carbon fiber, can range significantly in price, from about $2,500 to over $17,000. The high price is often justified by the advanced materials and technology used, which contribute to better performance and reduced weight​ (The Pro's Closet)​.

Ultimately, the cost of a good road bike is subjective and should be balanced with your personal needs, budget, and how much you value the additional features that come with more expensive models.

Every CPO bike is cleaned, tuned and tested at our Colorado headquarters. Sell Your Gear today and we can make an offer for your bike, frame, or wheelset within two business days and help you avoid the frustration and renegotiation of the secondary market.

The 10 Best Endurance Road Bikes for Comfort and Speed - From TPC's Magazine

Endurance road bikes originally evolved to conquer rough cobbled sectors in races like Paris-Roubaix. But all road cyclists can benefit from the increased comfort that these bikes provide. These are our 10 favorites. Read the full article here.

Road Bikes vs. Gravel Bikes: The 6 Key Differences - From TPC's Magazine

To the uninitiated, road bikes and gravel bike look extremely similar. They share common characteristics, and in a lot of cases, you can use one bike for both disciplines. But if we’re placing bikes into categories, there are six key differences that make road bikes better for the road and gravel bikes better for gravel. Read the full article here.

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