Genesis Zero Z1 2018 Carbon Racing Road Bike £819.99 / Cube Attain GTC Pro Disc 2017 Carbon £1,019.99 w/code  & Free DX 24 Hour Delivery @ Rutland Cycling (S / XS left)
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Genesis Zero Z1 2018 Carbon Racing Road Bike £819.99 / Cube Attain GTC Pro Disc 2017 Carbon £1,019.99 w/code & Free DX 24 Hour Delivery @ Rutland Cycling (S / XS left)

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Found 3rd Apr
Already a good price on this model, I posted it for a fair bit more a couple of months ago. Went back to see if there was any movement and saw some new spend & Save codes. Sadly the don't stack, I did try

But yeah, SAVE50 will whip £50 off the current price of £869.99

There's only Small and X Small left in stock


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Dream bikes aren't just born, they are made with love and attention. Genesis' Zero Z1 is an teenage, willing to work hard to get you to the front of the pack with all the potential through smart upgrading to become something truly special.By working with Genesis we've secured this special deal that not only offers the Zero Z1 2018 at an amazing price, but to offer it even cheaper than the frameset on it's own! Making this a bargain you won't want to miss.


Key Specifications
  • Frame - 30/40T Carbon Fibre
  • Fork - SL Road Race Carbon
  • Drivetrain - Shimano Tiagra 20 Speed
  • Brakes - Shimano Tiagra Calliper

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Cube Attain GTC Pro Disc 2017 Carbon Road Bike
£1,019.99 w/code SAVE50

Another good discount on this as well in sizes 56/58/60

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Key Specifications
  • Frame - GTC Carbon, X12
  • Fork - CSL Race Disc Carbon, X12
  • Drivetrain - Shimano 105 22 Speed
  • Brakes - Shimano RS505 Hydraulic Disc

Full Specification
  • 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, 50x34T
  • Chainrings - 50/34T
  • Cassette - Shimano 105 CS-5800, 11-32T
  • 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, Centerlock
  • Front Hub - Fulcrum Racing 77 Disc, 100x12mm / 142x12mm, Centerlock
  • Rear Hub - Fulcrum Racing 77 Disc, 100x12mm / 142x12mm, Centerlock
  • 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 Stem Pro, 31.8mm
  • Saddle - CUBE RP 1.0
  • Seatpost - CUBE Performance Post, 27.2mm
  • Post Clamp - CUBE Screwlock, 31.8 mm
  • Weight - 9.05kg
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Bargain pity I need a large
rodman10 m ago

Cube much cheaper with …Cube much cheaper with Tiagrahttps://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/cube-attain-race-disc-road-bike-699-crc-2910300


Looks like a good deal but it isn't just the gears that are different. Your link is to a predominantly aluminium bike whereas the GTC Pro Disc 2017 is carbon. It also has higher spec disk brakes.
'Genesis' Zero Z1 is an teenage, willing to work hard'
lol. Most teenagers I know can't get their backside out of bed before midday...
rodman21 h, 59 m ago

Cube much cheaper with …Cube much cheaper with Tiagrahttps://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/cube-attain-race-disc-road-bike-699-crc-2910300


Always cheaper if you go with a cheaper spec.
TheDon134th Apr

Always cheaper if you go with a cheaper spec.


So as a road newbie is the carbon frame going to make much difference as this cheaper price is also alloy?
ukwestspeed1 h, 3 m ago

So as a road newbie is the carbon frame going to make much difference as …So as a road newbie is the carbon frame going to make much difference as this cheaper price is also alloy?


An extra £280 (going on BC discount price at ChainReaction for the Attain Race Disc) does not only get you a carbon frame with the Attain GTC Pro Disc , that will be stiffer and transfer more of your pedal stroke energy to the rear wheel.
It also gets you the next model up in gearing, which from Tiagra to 105 means 10- to 11- speed cassettes (so smaller teeth jumps over the same cassette range) and also improved shifting from the mechanics.
The hydraulic brakes should also be better, going from Tiagra to 105
The supplied tyres are also a step up on the GTC model, I've found the Grand Sport Races to be decent tyres this last year on my 2016 version of the Attain GTC Pro Disc bought last year from Rutland, so much so I bought a 28mm pair that could be used on both my bikes.

If you have a budget that can afford the GTC, it's a great bike.

Just be aware that Cube Attains size small, I'm 5'10" and ~32" stubby legs, with the 58cm version.

The only slight niggle I have with the bike is Cube recalled the proprietary mudguards ~15 months ago and kept leading us to believe they were releasing an improved design version, but we are still waiting! You can use clip-on like Crud Roadrace Mk3ss or SKS Stealth Pro XLs, but neither will protect the chainrings and front derailleur from muck thrown from the rear wheel.
N0bodyOfTheGoat3 h, 4 m ago

An extra £280 (going on BC discount price at ChainReaction for the Attain …An extra £280 (going on BC discount price at ChainReaction for the Attain Race Disc) does not only get you a carbon frame with the Attain GTC Pro Disc , that will be stiffer and transfer more of your pedal stroke energy to the rear wheel.It also gets you the next model up in gearing, which from Tiagra to 105 means 10- to 11- speed cassettes (so smaller teeth jumps over the same cassette range) and also improved shifting from the mechanics.The hydraulic brakes should also be better, going from Tiagra to 105The supplied tyres are also a step up on the GTC model, I've found the Grand Sport Races to be decent tyres this last year on my 2016 version of the Attain GTC Pro Disc bought last year from Rutland, so much so I bought a 28mm pair that could be used on both my bikes.If you have a budget that can afford the GTC, it's a great bike.Just be aware that Cube Attains size small, I'm 5'10" and ~32" stubby legs, with the 58cm version.The only slight niggle I have with the bike is Cube recalled the proprietary mudguards ~15 months ago and kept leading us to believe they were releasing an improved design version, but we are still waiting! You can use clip-on like Crud Roadrace Mk3ss or SKS Stealth Pro XLs, but neither will protect the chainrings and front derailleur from muck thrown from the rear wheel.


Thanks that's really helpful. Just to clarify are you say the 58 is the right size for you as I am about the same size
ukwestspeed4 m ago

Thanks that's really helpful. Just to clarify are you say the 58 is the …Thanks that's really helpful. Just to clarify are you say the 58 is the right size for you as I am about the same size


The 58cm fits me, but like I wrote, I have short legs (~32" using the "book wedge" cycling inseam method) and long torso for someone 5'10".
I purchased a bike last week from Rutland, it was delivered like a jigsaw puzzle without instructions and rusted. The customer service are less than satisfactory. Cold
ukwestspeed6th Apr

So as a road newbie is the carbon frame going to make much difference as …So as a road newbie is the carbon frame going to make much difference as this cheaper price is also alloy?


As a newbie always pay for a better groupset. 105 ideally. Carbon frame you are right is a bit of a luxury.
N0bodyOfTheGoat6th Apr

An extra £280 (going on BC discount price at ChainReaction for the Attain …An extra £280 (going on BC discount price at ChainReaction for the Attain Race Disc) does not only get you a carbon frame with the Attain GTC Pro Disc , that will be stiffer and transfer more of your pedal stroke energy to the rear wheel.It also gets you the next model up in gearing, which from Tiagra to 105 means 10- to 11- speed cassettes (so smaller teeth jumps over the same cassette range) and also improved shifting from the mechanics.The hydraulic brakes should also be better, going from Tiagra to 105The supplied tyres are also a step up on the GTC model, I've found the Grand Sport Races to be decent tyres this last year on my 2016 version of the Attain GTC Pro Disc bought last year from Rutland, so much so I bought a 28mm pair that could be used on both my bikes.If you have a budget that can afford the GTC, it's a great bike.Just be aware that Cube Attains size small, I'm 5'10" and ~32" stubby legs, with the 58cm version.The only slight niggle I have with the bike is Cube recalled the proprietary mudguards ~15 months ago and kept leading us to believe they were releasing an improved design version, but we are still waiting! You can use clip-on like Crud Roadrace Mk3ss or SKS Stealth Pro XLs, but neither will protect the chainrings and front derailleur from muck thrown from the rear wheel.


Yep I have the cube guards and they aren’t great. Coverage is weak and also the front has started to rattle and I am struggling to quieten it down.
zcgby036th Apr

I purchased a bike last week from Rutland, it was delivered like a jigsaw …I purchased a bike last week from Rutland, it was delivered like a jigsaw puzzle without instructions and rusted. The customer service are less than satisfactory. Cold


Rusted I can't comment on, but most road bikes turn up as a pile of bits and need a fair bit of assembly to get back to looking like a bike. I bought one (a fair bit more expensive than this) and it needed a full hour of work to build, including careful torque settings for key fasteners and some bits that need to be setup correctly and can't be just mashed together (e.g. headset preload).

It's nothing too difficult to do, of course, but bike shops do still exist for a reason and it's part of the service they offer. If you're happy to receive a jigsaw-in-a-box to save some money, that's great, but this is the price you pay.
daern17 h, 1 m ago

Rusted I can't comment on, but most road bikes turn up as a pile of bits …Rusted I can't comment on, but most road bikes turn up as a pile of bits and need a fair bit of assembly to get back to looking like a bike. I bought one (a fair bit more expensive than this) and it needed a full hour of work to build, including careful torque settings for key fasteners and some bits that need to be setup correctly and can't be just mashed together (e.g. headset preload).It's nothing too difficult to do, of course, but bike shops do still exist for a reason and it's part of the service they offer. If you're happy to receive a jigsaw-in-a-box to save some money, that's great, but this is the price you pay.


They need to describe their products precisely then.
zcgby0322 h, 40 m ago

They need to describe their products precisely then.


That is perhaps true.

People don't realise that even assembling a pre-built bike isn't going to be the same as clipping a stand onto a new telly and shops aren't always entirely clear what is to be expected from the consumer. A lot of bike shops will now do a fixed-charge "online bike purchase setup", accepting that people will want to buy bikes online, but may need help. Typically, this is around £40, although will vary shop-by-shop and depending on how modern they are - I'd probably check before you turn up with the box in case they are mortally offended by the concept!
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