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Road Bike - Hydraulic Disc Brakes - 105 Groupset - Full Carbon £895.00 @ Wiggle

£895.00 @ wiggle
Not a cheap bike but a cracking deal if you are after a new road bike. Eastway (Wiggles own brand) Zener D2 comes with everything you could want on a carbon framed road bike for under £900. Top … Read More
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2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago
Not a cheap bike but a cracking deal if you are after a new road bike.

Eastway (Wiggles own brand) Zener D2 comes with everything you could want on a carbon framed road bike for under £900.

Top Features of the Eastway Zener D2 (105 - 2016)

Eastway Carbon Endurance Road disc frame and fork
Full Shimano 105 Groupset
Shimano hydraulic disc brakes
Shimano RX10 wheelset
BB86
Continental Ultra Sport tyres
Fizik Saddle
Ritchey finishing kit
30c tyre clearance(32c depending on rim)
threluja Avatar
2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago
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3 Likes #1
Spec is good but Jesus... That is the ugliest paint I've seen in some time! Horrible.
2 Likes #2
Damn, that's a well spec'd bike for the price. Must not buy....must not buy....fight n+1.
3 Likes #3
Good spec and price. 105 and hydraulic disc brakes under a grand is quite a bargain.
1 Like #4
I've just ordered :) couldn't resist
2 Likes #5
Only minor issue is lack of mudguard mounts, but that is a very tidy bike for not a lot of money (relatively!)
#6
Not a bad price without staff discount :)
#7
The complete internal cabling [is impressive. Even in the forks!
#8
I bought a disc brake bike and wasn't that impressed as the discs kept catching and needing adjusting. Is that typical or just my shoddy setup?
2 Likes #9
booboobeaker
I bought a disc brake bike and wasn't that impressed as the discs kept catching and needing adjusting. Is that typical or just my shoddy setup?

Sounds like a shoddy setup to be honest.
2 Likes #10
booboobeaker
I bought a disc brake bike and wasn't that impressed as the discs kept catching and needing adjusting. Is that typical or just my shoddy setup?

First time for discs on the roadie but had them for the last 2 years on my hybrid and they've been absolutely faultless over just over a year and 1000 miles of trails.


Edited By: threluja on Feb 17, 2017 11:52: Spelling
1 Like #13

I thought that too, looks very nice. Spec is pretty much the same and £100 more but looks great.


Edited By: threluja on Feb 17, 2017 13:24: .
#14
Looks good, just a shame its got a pressfit bottom bracket
#15
threluja
I thought that too, looks very nice. Spec is pretty much the same and £100 more but looks great.

th e forks are too skinny for my liking
#16
ant_on_2_wheels
Looks good, just a shame its got a pressfit bottom bracket

BB86 is better than BB30 by all accounts
1 Like #17
This bike was £845 until the other day. So it may drop again. Though if there's only a few left in your size don't wait around!
#18
Lovely bike.
1 Like #19
booboobeaker
I bought a disc brake bike and wasn't that impressed as the discs kept catching and needing adjusting. Is that typical or just my shoddy setup?
Were they hydraulic disc brakes or mechanical? Lots of people have problems with mechanical discs and I think it's becoming the general view that they may be more trouble than they are worth...and sometimes downright dangerous. I was riding with a friend in wet, wintry conditions and after a while her mechanical disc brakes just weren't working at all. It took a lot of fiddling about by one of the more mechanically-minded riders to sort out. Hydraulic brakes are a different kettle of fish.

Edited By: wantsomepls on Feb 17, 2017 15:24
1 Like #20
wantsomepls
booboobeaker
I bought a disc brake bike and wasn't that impressed as the discs kept catching and needing adjusting. Is that typical or just my shoddy setup?
Were they hydraulic disc brakes or mechanical? Lots of people have problems with mechanical discs and I think it's becoming the general view that they may be more trouble than they are worth...and sometimes downright dangerous. I was riding with a friend in wet, wintry conditions and after a while her mechanical disc brakes just weren't working at all. It took a lot of fiddling about by one of the more mechanically-minded riders to sort out. Hydraulic brakes are a different kettle of fish.

Yeah mechanical I think - my old Boardman CX Comp
#21
booboobeaker
wantsomepls
booboobeaker
I bought a disc brake bike and wasn't that impressed as the discs kept catching and needing adjusting. Is that typical or just my shoddy setup?
Were they hydraulic disc brakes or mechanical? Lots of people have problems with mechanical discs and I think it's becoming the general view that they may be more trouble than they are worth...and sometimes downright dangerous. I was riding with a friend in wet, wintry conditions and after a while her mechanical disc brakes just weren't working at all. It took a lot of fiddling about by one of the more mechanically-minded riders to sort out. Hydraulic brakes are a different kettle of fish.
Yeah mechanical I think - my old Boardman CX Comp

Yup. That would explain your problems. The Wiggle Bike has hydraulic disc brakes which should be much more reliable.
#22
booboobeaker
I bought a disc brake bike and wasn't that impressed as the discs kept catching and needing adjusting. Is that typical or just my shoddy setup?


They can catch if warped, or the calliper mounting surface isn't perfectly flat, or a wheel out of true, qr skewers not quite at the right tension etc.
#23
Tempted... any idea on weight
#24
Doesn't seem as good as the Forme full carbon with Ultegra 11 speed and Ksyrium wheels for £899 deal
#25
rogercat
Tempted... any idea on weight

Says on the site.
#26
Oh yea looked again - 8.8KG - thats pretty good in my eyes with hydraulics
#27
tom_g
Doesn't seem as good as the Forme full carbon with Ultegra 11 speed and Ksyrium wheels for £899 deal


Where's that one at?
1 Like #28
hurdy
tom_g
Doesn't seem as good as the Forme full carbon with Ultegra 11 speed and Ksyrium wheels for £899 deal
Where's that one at?
http://www.startfitness.co.uk/sale/bikes-sale/forme-axe-edge-pro-carbon-ultegra-road-bike-w-ksyrium-wheels-foraxedpr.html
2014 model.
#29
winchman
hurdy
tom_g
Doesn't seem as good as the Forme full carbon with Ultegra 11 speed and Ksyrium wheels for £899 deal
Where's that one at?
http://www.startfitness.co.uk/sale/bikes-sale/forme-axe-edge-pro-carbon-ultegra-road-bike-w-ksyrium-wheels-foraxedpr.html
2014 model.

That's a cracking deal if you are after a 50/58 cm frame, nice looking bike too but why oh why do they use white handle bar tape?
#30
Agree though limited sizes. Alternatives are http://m.startfitness.co.uk/cycle/forme-thorpe-compe-1-0-athena-carbon-road-bike-for45-1.html for £899 or http://m.startfitness.co.uk/cycle/forme-thorpe-comp-2-0-centaur-carbon-road-bike-for45.html# for £699. Not sure how good Forme bikes are though
threluja
winchman
hurdy
tom_g
Doesn't seem as good as the Forme full carbon with Ultegra 11 speed and Ksyrium wheels for £899 deal
Where's that one at?
http://www.startfitness.co.uk/sale/bikes-sale/forme-axe-edge-pro-carbon-ultegra-road-bike-w-ksyrium-wheels-foraxedpr.html
2014 model.
That's a cracking deal if you are after a 50/58 cm frame, nice looking bike too but why oh why do they use white handle bar tape?
#31
Voted hot for specs availability of various sizes and hydraulic brakes
#32
bornagainst
Only minor issue is lack of mudguard mounts, but that is a very tidy bike for not a lot of money (relatively!)

SKS Raceblades will sort you out.
#33
shame they don't offer 0% finance on this one :(
#34
I wouldn't even consider a bike without discs. Even if they weigh a little more their stopping power is unequaled
#35
http://www.wiggle.co.uk/eastway-zener-d3-tiagra-2016/
If you don't want to spend as much there is the D3 with Tiagra gears. Its £245 less, plenty of money to upgrade the mechanical discs if you find the TRP Spyre(supposedly the best mechanical ones)fitted not to your liking. Although it may be worth swapping the pads first as there are a few reports saying the original pads are not great. A set trp spyre seem to sell for £60+ on ebay, so will help reduce the cost of the replacements, perhaps the TRP Hy-Rd.




Edited By: winchman on Feb 21, 2017 12:48: pp
#36
Arrived today, not ridden yet but looks great and so light. I'm looking forward to taking her out.
#37
Price is 999.99 now.
#38
hotdealseeker
Price is 999.99 now.

When I follow the link I see the 50cm, 52cm and 60cm versions available for £895.
#39
ClashInDevon
hotdealseeker
Price is 999.99 now.
When I follow the link I see the 50cm, 52cm and 60cm versions available for £895.
My mistake, I mistaken the CUBE from #11.
#40
hotdealseeker
ClashInDevon
hotdealseeker
Price is 999.99 now.
When I follow the link I see the 50cm, 52cm and 60cm versions available for £895.
My mistake, I mistaken the CUBE from #11.

There's a £20 code for the Cube at Rutland - ATTAIN20.

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