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Disc brake carbon road bike £999.99 @ Rutland cycling

£999.99 @ Rutland Cycling
Cube Attain Carbon road bike with disc brakes Frame - GTC Monocoque Twin Mold Technology, Flat Mount Disc, Road Comfort Geometry, AXH, X12 Fork - CUBE CSL Race Disc, One Piece 3D-Forged Steerer/C…
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3w, 2d agoFound 3 weeks, 2 days ago
Cube Attain Carbon road bike with disc brakes

Frame - GTC Monocoque Twin Mold Technology, Flat Mount Disc, Road Comfort Geometry, AXH, X12
Fork - CUBE CSL Race Disc, One Piece 3D-Forged Steerer/Crown, Carbon Blades, Flat-Mount, 1 1/8"" - 1 1/4"" Tapered, X12
Shock - n/a
Number of Gears - 22
Shifters - Shimano ST-RS505
Chainset - Shimano 105 FC-5800, Hollowtech II, 50x34T, 170mm (50/53cm), 172,5mm (56/58/60), 175mm (62cm)
Chainrings - 50/34
Cassette - Shimano 105 CS-5800, 11-32
Chain - Shimano CN-HG600-11
Front Derailleur - Shimano 105 FD-5800, 31.8mm Clamp
Rear Derailleur - Shimano 105 RD-5800GS, 11-Speed
Bottom Bracket - Included
Pedals - Not Included
Rims - Fulcrum Racing 77 Disc, 100x12mm / 142x12mm, 6-Bolt
Front Hub - Fulcrum Racing 77 Disc, 100x12mm / 142x12mm, 6-Bolt
Rear Hub - Fulcrum Racing 77 Disc, 100x12mm / 142x12mm, 6-Bolt
Front Tyre - Conti Grand Sport Race SL, 25-622
Rear Tyre - Conti Grand Sport Race SL, 25-622
Front Brake - Shimano BR-RS505, Hydr. Disc Brake, Flat-Mount (160/160)
Rear Brake - Shimano BR-RS505, Hydr. Disc Brake, Flat-Mount (160/160)
Brake Levers - Shimano ST-RS505
Handlebars - CUBE Wing Race Bar Compact
Grips - CUBE Grip Control
Headset - FSA I-t, Top Integrated 1 1/8"", Bottom Integrated 1 1/4""
Stem - CUBE Performance Pro, 31.8mm
Saddle - CUBE RP 1.0
Seatpost - CUBE Performance Post, 27.2mm
Post Clamp - CUBE Screwlock, 31.8mm
Weight - 9.0kg
Brand - Cube
Model - Attain GTC Pro
GTIN/EAN - 777200
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1 Like #1
£6 off with code HAVE6
1 Like #2
Awesome bike at £500 off, superb frame.
#3
https://www.rutlandcycling.com/images/cube_attain_gtc_pro_disc_2016_rutland_cycling_adjust.jpg?maxheight=1200
2 Likes #4
Aye - I've just ordered it - quite excited! Been looking for a carbon fibre road bike, but I wanted disc brakes as I live in Scotland, and they're so much better in the rain..
1 Like #5
I've got the attain gtc sl and it's a great bike. The frame is very comfortable. The brakes are pretty good, for a road bike, although there's only so much traction on skinny road tyres. I've swapped the 25mm for conti gp4000 w's in 28mm (actually measure 30mm) and it's got room for a slightly wider tyre still.
#6
9kg? That's quite heavy for a CF bike isn't it?
2 Likes #7
Hot. The geometry is pretty laid back, but the spec if rock solid and hydro disks are brilliant in all weathers... (even if the hoods are a bit ugly)
2 Likes #8
mikeyfive
9kg? That's quite heavy for a CF bike isn't it?


It's not super light but disc brakes are a bit heavier and the tyres on this aren't amazingly light either. Still a cracking bike. The Boardman Road Team Alloy with 105 was the best buy for a grand a couple of years back. That was 9 and a bit kilos. This gets you carbon, 105, hydraulic brakes and a similar weight for the same cash. Bargain.
1 Like #10
50 is sold out... what a shame!
#11
where are the pedals
2 Likes #12
benjammin316
where are the pedals
Yawn
1 Like #13
benjammin316
where are the pedals
on your shoes
1 Like #15
amazing value. shame ive juat committed to a giant defy advanced
#16


​Unfortunately very limited in sizes...
#17
lovely bike, I want wider tyre clearance though.
#18
skiddlydiddly
I've got the attain gtc sl and it's a great bike. The frame is very comfortable. The brakes are pretty good, for a road bike, although there's only so much traction on skinny road tyres. I've swapped the 25mm for conti gp4000 w's in 28mm (actually measure 30mm) and it's got room for a slightly wider tyre still.


​thanks for this - I was wondering how wide I could go with these..
#19
benjammin316
where are the pedals


Same place as your brain
4 Likes #20
masterbruce
benjammin316
where are the pedals
Yawn


Thank you for your insightful input into what may actually be a legitimate question. There's no reason to suspect benjammin316 was being facetious so why be so rude? We're all here to help one another find a bargain and that's it.

The answer to the question is quite simply a lot of higher end bikes don't come with them because as you go up the ranks in cycle world most folk wear shoes that clip on to their specially made pedals.

Unproductive comments like this scare people from posting on this site for fear of persecution, I understand that those making such comments tend to be struggling with inner self-issues and see their actions as a way to realise a little steam but this is not the place for self healing.
2 Likes #21
mikeyfive
9kg? That's quite heavy for a CF bike isn't it?
Yes, my £300 triban 3 is only just over 10kg so it's the difference of 2 bottles of drink.
#23
" because as you go up the ranks in cycle world" .... eh? haha!!

I'm not convinced with disc brakes on road bikes. Especially when they bring additional weight.

I can see the point if you are doing 70 MPH+ downhill as a pro. For the average Joe who doesn't average 16MPH bit pointless. And expensive to save weight by upgrading the wheels.
1 Like #24
There is a Cannondale Synapse 105 Disc road bike on sale for 699 GBP. How does it compare to this in performance and value for money?

https://www.cyclestore.co.uk/cannondale_synapse_al_105_disc_road_bike_2016-ID_67267?gclid=Cj0KEQiA_KvEBRCtzNil4-KR-LIBEiQAmgekF-HAGZq4KQqu7SdMRboI31-qplH7tfn8RGoEcxMO0HEaAldu8P8HAQ&gclsrc=aw.ds
#25
i just posted a separate deal for the Cannondale.

alpha1beta2
There is a Cannondale Synapse 105 Disc road bike on sale for 699 GBP. How does it compare to this in performance and value for money?https://www.cyclestore.co.uk/cannondale_synapse_al_105_disc_road_bike_2016-ID_67267?gclid=Cj0KEQiA_KvEBRCtzNil4-KR-LIBEiQAmgekF-HAGZq4KQqu7SdMRboI31-qplH7tfn8RGoEcxMO0HEaAldu8P8HAQ&gclsrc=aw.ds
#26
alpha1beta2
There is a Cannondale Synapse 105 Disc road bike on sale for 699 GBP. How does it compare to this in performance and value for money?https://www.cyclestore.co.uk/cannondale_synapse_al_105_disc_road_bike_2016-ID_67267?gclid=Cj0KEQiA_KvEBRCtzNil4-KR-LIBEiQAmgekF-HAGZq4KQqu7SdMRboI31-qplH7tfn8RGoEcxMO0HEaAldu8P8HAQ&gclsrc=aw.ds
The cube has the Shimano hydraulic disc brakes that are £300-350 after market and comes with the full 105 groupset incl. crankset , versus an fsa crankset and cheap mech disc brakes.

They are different price ranged bikes so I think both have vfm, more difficult to compare and depends on your budget foremost. Do you need hydraulic brakes .
#27
alpha1beta2
There is a Cannondale Synapse 105 Disc road bike on sale for 699 GBP. How does it compare to this in performance and value for money?

https://www.cyclestore.co.uk/cannondale_synapse_al_105_disc_road_bike_2016-ID_67267?gclid=Cj0KEQiA_KvEBRCtzNil4-KR-LIBEiQAmgekF-HAGZq4KQqu7SdMRboI31-qplH7tfn8RGoEcxMO0HEaAldu8P8HAQ&gclsrc=aw.ds


​I really wanted a carbon fibre bike - shallow, I know but true!
#28
That is one lovely bike. Fortunately none in my size.
1 Like #29
danothebaldyheid
Aye - I've just ordered it - quite excited! Been looking for a carbon fibre road bike, but I wanted disc brakes as I live in Scotland, and they're so much better in the rain..


​You got a real bargain there mate
#30
mikeyfive
9kg? That's quite heavy for a CF bike isn't it?


The disc brakes contribute to quite a lot of weight compared to usual callipers
#31
Agreed.
3 Likes #32
KareemSaid
" because as you go up the ranks in cycle world" .... eh? haha!!
I'm not convinced with disc brakes on road bikes. Especially when they bring additional weight.
I can see the point if you are doing 70 MPH+ downhill as a pro. For the average Joe who doesn't average 16MPH bit pointless. And expensive to save weight by upgrading the wheels.
As a non pro I can see the point. Going down a hilly road at maybe 40mph that I have ridden on my disc based hybrid many times. I nearly ploughed into traffic as my V brakes were even near as responsive. Added to that the wear on the rims, especially in winter then disc brakes are miles better in opinion. If you doing time trials weight may be important for the average road biker it not that big a deal.
1 Like #33
benjammin316
where are the pedals

I've got them. Give me a call and I'll post them.
1 Like #34
craigaherring
masterbruce
benjammin316
where are the pedals
Yawn
Thank you for your insightful input into what may actually be a legitimate question. There's no reason to suspect benjammin316 was being facetious so why be so rude? We're all here to help one another find a bargain and that's it.
The answer to the question is quite simply a lot of higher end bikes don't come with them because as you go up the ranks in cycle world most folk wear shoes that clip on to their specially made pedals.
Unproductive comments like this scare people from posting on this site for fear of persecution, I understand that those making such comments tend to be struggling with inner self-issues and see their actions as a way to realise a little steam but this is not the place for self healing.

But it wasn't a legitimate question.
#35
mikeyfive
9kg? That's quite heavy for a CF bike isn't it?


Fairly, but I've come to realise that carbon is more about comfort, than weight saving.
The disc brakes and ancillaries add a fair bit over standard rim brakes.
1 Like #36
danothebaldyheid
skiddlydiddly
I've got the attain gtc sl and it's a great bike. The frame is very comfortable. The brakes are pretty good, for a road bike, although there's only so much traction on skinny road tyres. I've swapped the 25mm for conti gp4000 w's in 28mm (actually measure 30mm) and it's got room for a slightly wider tyre still.


​thanks for this - I was wondering how wide I could go with these..


Rechecked them and the conti tyre actually measure 31mm inflated. I did try a 38mm Victoria tyre on it, but that was too wide.
1 Like #37
KareemSaid
" because as you go up the ranks in cycle world" .... eh? haha!!

I'm not convinced with disc brakes on road bikes. Especially when they bring additional weight.

I can see the point if you are doing 70 MPH+ downhill as a pro. For the average Joe who doesn't average 16MPH bit pointless. And expensive to save weight by upgrading the wheels.





Some people ride, or get caught riding in the rain. Rim brakes are shocking when the wheel is wet; discs work all the time.
I've only been riding road for a couple of years, so not a traditionalist, but I see this as having my eyes open to improvements in technology.
I don't descend at 70mph, but can average 16mph easily enough and have been scared a few times by how poor road bike brakes can be, especially after riding modern mtb's.
#38
I have a 900 mile 9 day event that i need to start training for, can this bike handle it? Or should i look for something lighter without the hydraulic discs? My budget is pretty much what this bike is worth.

Appreciate any comments from endurance bike riders on here. Cheers
1 Like #39
alpha1beta2
I have a 900 mile 9 day event that i need to start training for, can this bike handle it? Or should i look for something lighter without the hydraulic discs? My budget is pretty much what this bike is worth.
Appreciate any comments from endurance bike riders on here. Cheers

This bike would be almost perfect for this. Presuming you don't need to carry much.
#40
bornagainst
alpha1beta2
I have a 900 mile 9 day event that i need to start training for, can this bike handle it? Or should i look for something lighter without the hydraulic discs? My budget is pretty much what this bike is worth.
Appreciate any comments from endurance bike riders on here. Cheers
This bike would be almost perfect for this. Presuming you don't need to carry much.

Thanks! We will have a vehicle following and we won't be carrying any bags on the bike. What in your opinion will make this perfect from (almost) perfect :)

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