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Boardman Bikes SLR Endurance Disc 9.0 Ultegra Complete Road Bike - 2016

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For better or worse, it looks like disc brakes are here to stay. If your experience with disc brakes on road bikes is anything like ours has been on Boardman's SLR Endurance Disc 9.0 Ultegra Complete Road Bike, then you probably also think of the industry's new standard for stopping as "better." That's because the SLR Endurance combines Shimano's Ultegra shifting, the standard SLR's race-worthy carbon layup, and the more upright and stable geometry of the recently retired SLS model — all of which means it also happens to be the ideal canvas on which to paint disc brakes' qualities.

The new SLR Endurance frame at the bike's heart is actually a re-branded version of Boardman's SLS frame. For us, this act of renaming serves to highlight the fact that the SLS was never just a weekend noodle. Instead, it's a proper race frame that allows for in-saddle posture less extreme than a track bike. It's eagerness for speed is evident in the fact that it uses the same T1000 and T700 carbon featured in the standard SLR race frame, which balances considerations of stiffness, price, and the ability to erase road noise, chip-seal chatter, pave, and even feedback from gravel roads for a ride that's not just limited to well-groomed roads.

The SLR Endurance Disc's post-tarmac pedigree also owes a debt to the frame's geometry, which mirrors the outgoing SLS. Compared to the standard SLR, the endurance model has a shorter head tube and longer chainstays (by about 20 and 5mm, respectively), which net a longer, more stable wheelbase across less than ideal surfaces. It's also got a higher stack and shorter reach, dimensions that benefit the recreational cyclist or the racer who recognizes the value of a comfortable ride position in races longer than 50 minutes.

The new aesthetic treatment is another shakeup for 2016, presenting a marked departure from the staid, monochromatic offerings of previous generations. There's no doubt that some might associate Boardman's simple, former palette — predominantly composed of black, yellow, and silver — with the phlegmatic stoicism that Brits celebrate as a national treasure; however, more than a few of us in the former colonies around the world might simply refer to it as, well, boring. Silver and black still abound, of course (this is cycling, after all), but the line is also replete with instances of saturated flamboyance like the vivid red detailing of the 9.0 Ultegra Disc build's frameset.

Tech Specs

Frame Material:
T1000 and T800 carbon fiber
SLR Endurance Disc
Fork Material:
carbon fiber
FSA tapered
Shimano ST-RS685
Front Derailleur:
Shimano Ultegra 6800
Rear Derailleur:
Shimano Ultegra 6800
FSA Gossamer Pro
Bottom Bracket:
PressFit 30
Crank Arm Length:
[size xx-small] 165 mm, [sizes x-small - small 170 mm, [size medium] 172.5 mm, [sized large - xx-large] 175 mm
Shimano 105 5800
Shimano BR-RS785
Brake Type:
hydraulic disc
Boardman Elite Alloy
Handlebar Width:
[sizes xx-small - x-small] 40 cm, [sizes small - medium] 42 cm, [sizes large - xx-large] 44 cm
Boardman Elite Alloy
Stem Length:
[size xx-small] 90 mm, [size x-small] 100 mm, [sizes small - medium] 110 mm, [size large] 120 mm, [sizes x-large - xx-large] 130 mm
Prologo Nago Evo 141
Boardman Elite Carbon
Boardman SLR Elite Five Disc
Vittoria Rubino Pro
Tire Size:
700 c x 25 mm
not included
Recommended Use:
road endurance
Manufacturer Warranty:
3 years on frame

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SLR Endurance

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Head Tube Angle


Seat Tube Angle


Bottom Bracket Drop




Handlebar WidthStem LengthCrank Length
XXS 48.5cm 51cm 49.1cm 35.9cm 10cm 70.5° 74° 6.8cm 41cm 40cm 90mm 165mm
XS 50cm 52.5cm 52.0cm 37.9cm 11cm 72° 73° 6.8cm 41cm 40cm 100mm 170mm
S 51.5cm 54cm 54.5cm 38.5cm 14cm 72.5° 73° 6.8cm 41cm 42cm 110mm 170mm
M 53cm 55.5cm 56.2cm 39cm 16cm 73° 73° 6.8cm 41cm 42cm 110mm 172.5mm
L 55.5cm 57cm 58.1cm 39.4cm 18cm 73° 73° 6.8cm 41cm 44cm 120mm 175mm
XL 57cm 58.5cm 59.5cm 40.3cm 19.5cm 73° 73° 6.8cm 41cm 44cm 130mm 175mm
XXL 59cm 60cm 61.4cm 41cm 22cm 73° 73° 6.8cm 40.5cm 44cm 130mm 175mm

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Ticks all the boxes, excellent value!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Boardman has done it again. They've packed an incredible amount of features into an amazingly smooth bike and offered it at a killer value.

The new Endurance line comes with front and rear thru axles for stiffness and this model is spec'd right with Ultegra components.

The geometry and carbon layup are on the "endurance" side of things, so a bit more upright and made to smooth out the road, but this is no pansy bike, it's high performance through and through. You just don't need to be bent over like a tiny little pro rider to enjoy it.

I own a Boardman currently and love the quality and spec. You can't go wrong at this price point.

Hit me up directly with any questions.

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Avg. ride time: 19h 35m per week
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How is the tire clearance on this bike? Now that it is disc I would hope it could clear 30mm tires on old 19-21mm rim width and 28mm tires on the new 23-25mm profiles.