Viner Mitus Ultra Shimano Ultegra 6800 Road Bike 7.06KG - £1124.99 @ Planet X - HotUKDeals
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Viner Mitus Ultra Shimano Ultegra 6800 Road Bike 7.06KG - £1,124.99 @ Planet X

£1124.99 @ Planet X
I have the Campagnolo Chorus version of this bike and it is a serious machine. Weighing around 7KG. My bike arrived with Khamsins wheels, but I flogged these as I already had a set of Zonda's. Reall… Read More
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2w, 3d agoFound 2 weeks, 3 days ago
I have the Campagnolo Chorus version of this bike and it is a serious machine. Weighing around 7KG. My bike arrived with Khamsins wheels, but I flogged these as I already had a set of Zonda's.

Really just about as good as my mates £2.5K Cannondale but about 1/2 the price.

25% Discount applied at checkout use code PRATOZIJK

Review of Chorus version here

http://www.bikeradar.com/road/gear/category/bikes/road/product/review-viner-bikes-mitus-0-6-15-49308/
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#1
What am I missing? It says £1,499.99 when I open the link, is there a code too?
#2
£375 taken off at checkout
1 Like #3
25% OFF VINER WITH CODE PRATOZIJK

Edited By: huwy123 on Jun 09, 2017 15:07
#4
need the code then it's seriously good value!
#5
Good price.
#6
heat - not sure on the green but the grey looks good ;)
#8
I have both the Pro Carbon and the Viner Mitus. The Viner Mitus is a much faster machine.
#9
I was looking at these too and you can also get the Viner Maxima RS 4.0 for £1364 in the same offer (I haven't ridden either but am looking to get a new bike soonish)

http://www.planetx.co.uk/i/q/CBVIMAX406800/viner-maxima-rs-40-shimano-ultegra-6800-road-bike

Not quite sure where the 7.06kg weight comes from as the one above has the same kit with a lighter frame but a stated weight of 7.55kg, who knows confused
#10
Not sure how accurate the weights are.

Here is a review of the Chorus Viner Mitus

http://www.bikeradar.com/road/gear/category/bikes/road/product/review-viner-bikes-mitus-0-6-15-49308/
#11
Yes the weight stated will nearly certainly be off, because the bike review you've posted had upgraded kit and (imo) groupset compared with the the link yet weighed 7.22kg.

Still worth considering IMO but don't expect a 7kg bike. Why they ship these bikes with crappy heavy wired tyres is beyond me too.
4 Likes #12
£1100 for a bike!, Tesco were doing them for £50 the other day..........Sorry after today's events I needed a good laugh ;)
1 Like #13
Baz8755
£1100 for a bike!, Tesco were doing them for £50 the other day..........Sorry after today's events I needed a good laugh ;)


Try daily commuting or a long ride on your £50 Tesco bike
#14
If you can afford a bike that costs that much you don't need to use HOTUKDEALS!!
1 Like #15
Rather go on holiday
8 Likes #16
akGTR
If you can afford a bike that costs that much you don't need to use HOTUKDEALS!!


nonsense.
#17
flopstocks
Baz8755
£1100 for a bike!, Tesco were doing them for £50 the other day..........Sorry after today's events I needed a good laugh ;)
Try daily commuting or a long ride on your £50 Tesco bike
I sense the word SARCASM may not be in your vocabulary :p
#18
Wow there are so many extras that can added!
#19
custardy
akGTR
If you can afford a bike that costs that much you don't need to use HOTUKDEALS!!

nonsense.


Dude it was a joke
2 Likes #20
flopstocks
I have both the Pro Carbon and the Viner Mitus. The Viner Mitus is a much faster machine.

No, your legs will determine how fast the bike is NOT THE FRAME!!!!!
#21
mikebo1
No, your legs will determine how fast the bike is NOT THE FRAME!!!!!

So how much faster is an aero bike over 40km at 300w than a standard road bike or your £50 tesco bike? get out nub :D
#22
Unless semi-professional or earning footballers wages...WTF!?
#23
akGTR
If you can afford a bike that costs that much you don't need to use HOTUKDEALS!!


If you can afford a £179.99 toy driving wheel then you don't need to use HOTUKDEALS!!


(By your token)
#24
flopstocks
Baz8755
£1100 for a bike!, Tesco were doing them for £50 the other day..........Sorry after today's events I needed a good laugh ;)
Try daily commuting or a long ride on your £50 Tesco bike
Guy Martin laughs at your puny challenge

http://www.lincolnshirelive.co.uk/guy-martin-smashes-another-record-in-channel-4-mini-series/story-29962253-detail/story.html
1 Like #25
£1125 with no peddles? No thanks.
2 Likes #26
Baz8755
£1100 for a bike!, Tesco were doing them for £50 the other day..........Sorry after today's events I needed a good laugh ;)

Yup, the "£1000 on a bike", is right in there with "never buy a new car when you can buy one second hand" :D
HOTUKDeals, home of the moron :D
#27
Nice. Very tempted... shame it's from Planet X tbh.
#28
Nice to see Viner for a change, a cool and rarer old school brand. Personally if spending this sort of money I would buy a Wisper 905 se with the Samsung 16AH battery (best elec bike for the money me reckons), but I am lazy and have no interest in seriously riding road bikes. Hot deal for this though.
#29
... Reading around, I take it these are re-badged Planet X bikes? Seems Planet X have just licensed the Viner badge, maybe I'm wrong.
1 Like #30
akGTR
If you can afford a bike that costs that much you don't need to use HOTUKDEALS!!
Some people on here can only afford that bike because of HUKD.
This year alone I've saved hundreds with the broadband and phone deald I've gotten. 4.80/m for 50mb bt broadband, I'll never get a deal like that again.
1 Like #31
beautiful machine :D
1 Like #32
konfliqt
mikebo1
No, your legs will determine how fast the bike is NOT THE FRAME!!!!!
So how much faster is an aero bike over 40km at 300w than a standard road bike or your £50 tesco bike? get out nub :D

If you have two bikes with identical kit, one with an aero frame the other with your Tesco frame, there will be absolutely no difference in speed. 90% of the air resistance comes from the person not the bike.
#33
code doesn't work?
1 Like #34
jayk_94
code doesn't work?


Code is PRATOZIJK and it does work
1 Like #35
Not a bad price in mid-eason and post brexit.
Certainly a good bike. Personally I'd prefer to locate my money in a more mainstream brand name. Partly due to resale value. Partly because I'm not convinced Plane X's products have the same level of quality and R&D as the bigger names.
#36
mikebo1
konfliqt
mikebo1
No, your legs will determine how fast the bike is NOT THE FRAME!!!!!
So how much faster is an aero bike over 40km at 300w than a standard road bike or your £50 tesco bike? get out nub :D
If you have two bikes with identical kit, one with an aero frame the other with your Tesco frame, there will be absolutely no difference in speed. 90% of the air resistance comes from the person not the bike.
There will be a difference but to appreciate it would mean you would be competing at a fairly high level...that said the £50 tesco bike might not stand up to 300w for any length of time..

Edited By: afroylnt on Jun 10, 2017 21:30
#37
basergorkobal
Not a bad price in mid-eason and post brexit.
Certainly a good bike. Personally I'd prefer to locate my money in a more mainstream brand name. Partly due to resale value. Partly because I'm not convinced Plane X's products have the same level of quality and R&D as the bigger names.

You sure? They make good cutlery..

I'll get my coat.
2 Likes #38
mikeyfive
... Reading around, I take it these are re-badged Planet X bikes? Seems Planet X have just licensed the Viner badge, maybe I'm wrong.

yeah planet x own the Viner marque as well as Holdsworth.. so pretty much a rebadged planet x frame but more development has gone into this.. it's their premium brand and apparently a very good frame.. imo pretty good value for money although if you wanted to be tight you could go out and buy all the components separate from ebay etc and try to get a better deal..but that might take some time which is not paid for.
1 Like #39
mikebo1
If you have two bikes with identical kit, one with an aero frame the other with your Tesco frame, there will be absolutely no difference in speed. 90% of the air resistance comes from the person not the bike.

Purely from the facts you state, you prove yourself wrong. #facepalm
#40
Well with all things like this its what is value to people. Some pay £££££ for cameras some for golf equipment and some for bikes. I love cycling and have done it for a LONG time (approx 30 years) and I have had a few bikes but I have not been bitten by the "I must have an expensive bike to ride better" bug as my bikes have been second hand or budget bikes like my halfords carrera which is a superb bike in my eyes and great value at £220 and I did a sportive on it recently and came in withing the first 10 riders and beat a lot on more expensive bikes..... well actually everyone else was on a more expensive bike than me but what I am saying is if you can afford an expensive bike and you love cycling then why not..... you only live once so enjoy like and buy nice things that you enjoy

Edited By: The.Crew.Designs on Jun 10, 2017 23:32

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