Including membership at a fiver, I've put it down as £555, but a penny under £550 if you are already a member. A very decent bike as a fast commuter or all-rounder. This would be good enough for 95% percent of peoples riding I reckon, unless you want to take it on the very fastest chaingang club riding, in which case you might want something a bit light, but its not bad at 11 Kilos and could be upgraded with lighter wheels and better brakes in years to come. Looks like people have manage to fit pretty wide 40mm tyres on. 32mm would be pretty perfect for commmuting, and a nice balance between speed, and "jumping off kerbs" ability for rubbish road surfaces.