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Triban 100 Cycle Touring Road Bike - Grey
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Triban 100 Cycle Touring Road Bike - Grey

BTWIN

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Triban 100 Cycle Touring Road Bike - Grey

$390.00
3 reviews
3 of 3 people recommends this product
  • Triban 100 Cycle Touring Road Bike - Grey
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Triban 100 Cycle Touring Road Bike - Grey
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We've designed this bike specially for and with beginners: reassuring tires, simple speed changes, and straight handlebars!

BENEFITS

Cycling comfort

New comfortable geometry for a more upright position, 700 x 32 tires.

Easy to use

Single-chainring drivetrain and curved handlebars with speed control shifter

Versatility

Hybrid road/trail tires, can be fitted with a 900 pannier rack

Efficiency

6061 aluminum frame. Comfort road geometry

Lifetime warranty

Lifetime warranty on: frame, stem, handlebars, and fork. Details on btwin.com

TECHNICAL INFORMATIONS

Frame

Comfort-oriented frame geometry with a higher steering socket and a shorter top tube that offers a more upright position than a classic road frame.
6061 T6 aluminum sloping frame with semi-integrated headset. Frame weight, size M: 1830 g.

Fork

Straight steel fork for greater comfort and precision.
Aheadset 1-1/8" head tube that provides great strength and rigidity to the steering assembly.

Handlebars/stem/steering

Aluminum handlebars
Handlebar width: 420 mm

Aluminum stem
Length: XS: 90 mm
S: 90 mm
M: 90 mm
L: 110 mm
XL: 110 mm

Drivetrain

Indexed speed changes using 7-speed Shimano A050 shifter on the handlebars. Ergonomic and very comfortable: change speeds without letting go of the top part of the handlebars.
This ergonomically-shaped lever fits the palm of your hand perfectly.

Shimano Tourney 7-speed rear derailleur.

Crankset/cassette

Single chainring is easier to use and reduces weight significantly: 48 teeth. Cranks: 170 mm. Cassette: Shimano 14 x 34.
Inspired by mountain bikes, the 34 Mega Range helps you manage your effort.

Brakes

Tektro RL 340 brake levers offering good grip and excellent rigidity.

Wheels

Double-walled wheels.

Quick release attachment (9 mm) at the front for easy manoeuvring and transport.
Nut mount for the rear wheel.

Tires

Hybrid sport 700 x 32 tires. The tread has small studs for increased performance. The sides of the tires have larger studs for better grip in bends on consolidated or loose ground and on gravel.

Saddle / Seat post

100 Sport Saddle Black

Aluminum seat post.
Diameter: 27.2 mm for added comfort thanks to its flexibility Length: 250 mm on XS/S
350 mm on M/L/XL

Pedals

Hybrid platform pedals (good grip for use on trails).

Accessories/equipment

Comes with a front and rear-lighting kit and bell.

Weight

11.300 kg in size M, without pedals.

Reviews

4.7/5 3 reviews
3 of 3 people recommends this product
Missing Gear
jmasmela (Canada)
It’s perfect for training. When in a group, it would be ideal to have one smaller pinion
Incredible Value
Ian (United Kingdom) Used for 4 to 6 months
I bought this bike as wanted an upgrade to a mountain bike I was riding on the road. I've now done over 3,500 miles since the end of March. No mechanical problems. Changed the back tyre as I shredded the original on a 15 mile gravel path from Devises to Bradford-on-Avon. Schoolboy error. Brake pads have just about run out. 7 speeds are fine. I thought the 1st gear was going to be useless. On anything above 15% it is absolutely fine. The gear shift is on the handlebar, but really not a problem. More precise than more expensive gear shifts on the brakes handle. Despite a medium frame, it's fine for me (6ft) with the saddle jacked up. You cannot beat this bike for value.
Is it a good bike?
Jeremy (United Kingdom) Used for 3 to 8 weeks
Whether it's a good bike or not really depends on what you want out of it.

What I wanted:
1. I wanted a bike that was fun to ride and I would enjoy riding.
2. A bike that was comfortable (I'd recommend some cycling shorts though).
3. A fitness bike that would allow me to burn 500 calories a day.
4. I wanted something I could take to the beach, lock it up and not really worry about it getting stolen.

It's a really fun ride, it's pretty comfortable (lots of different hand positions due to the drop bars) and I'm cycling an hour to an hour and a half a day and enjoying every minute of it. The bike itself is inexpensive and the components are at the low end of 'racing components' so it's not exactly worth breaking my Kryptonite U Lock to have it away.

It meets all of the requirements I wanted in a bike - It's a good bike!

Frequent complaints about this bike:

1. The gear shifter is crap - Growing up we had the gear shifter on the down tubes. This was how it was. The position of the shifter on the Triban 100 feels natural to me. I guess if you come from a race orientated race bike with STI shifters you might find this a step back. If anyone has ridden a bike circular to 1990 this is how it was :) I actually enjoy the simplicity of it. It's a bit clunky but the gear changes are smooth.

2. It's not the best uphill - It's got 7 gears. The more gears you have the closer the gears are together so you can find the perfect resistance for cycling up the hill. With the two lowest gears you won't have a problem cycling up hills (unless you live int he Alps) but there is definitely a couple of gears which could be inserted between the two to make your life easier. Honestly, for the purposes of fitness I don't mind a bit of extra resistance. If your looking to compete with people going up hills on far superior road bikes (expensive group sets/gears) then this is not the bike for you. If you are happy to motor up the hill and burn a few calories along the way it does the job.

A bit more on this... I looked at choosing a different bike due to this. However, without waffling on you don't really get anything that much better until you probably choose the 105 groupset (11 speed). Everything in between is probably marginally better (for each price jump) and you might get an extra chain ring or two to make it even better but it's all tech that you would outgrow at some stage anyway.

For this reason I went with the Triban and if I'm still cycling in a year I'll probably upgrade it to whatever race bike has the 105 groupset at the time.

Anyone thinking of getting this for fitness and who do not live in the Alps it's a good buy!

The Triban allows me to do all of the
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