Triban 500 SE

    Designed for occasional road cycling, on rides 30 to 60 km long. Ideal for getting started with road racing.

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    SKU: S13957 (55789)
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    € 388.70
    Characteristics Designed for occasional road cycling, on rides 30 to 60 km long. Ideal for getting started with road racing.
    Product Benefits
    1. Efficiency
      24-speed, triple chainring crankset, Microshift gear shifters on handlebar.
    2. Precision
      Carbon fork.
    Product feature
    1. Frame
      6061 T6 aluminium sloped tube with socket for integrated headset. Short geometry, 1.9 kg in size 57, solid frame. Available in 5 sizes for users from 1.65 m to 2 m tall.
    2. Fork / suspension
      B'Twin Sport carbon fork with aluminium pivot (550 g).
    3. Drivetrain
      Highly precise 8-speed Microshift shifters with a very sturdy design. Ergonomic and very comfortable, these shifters are pleasant for any size hands to use. Very precise front and rear Microshift derailleur ensuring amazingly-smooth chain crossovers. Cassette: 12 x 25.
    4. Crankset / cassette
      Aluminium 50/39/30 triple chainring, crankset works perfectly on all types of flat and inclined terrain. Two crank sizes: 170 mm and 175 mm, depending on the size of the frame.
    5. Brakes
      B'Twin double pivot with pads mounted on brake shoes to make it easy to replace when worn down without changing the position of the brakes.
    6. Handlebars / stem / steering
      B'Twin oversize, compact handlebar stem, with component sizes that are proportional to the size of the frame (stem length: 80 mm to 130 mm on a size 63 bike).
    7. Wheels
      B'Twin aluminium double-wall rim with eyelets, 32 stainless steel spokes, front and rear quick-release hubs.
    8. Tyres
      Hutchinson Equinox (Section 23): an excellent tyre for training sessions at a fast pace. Weight: 290 g. Equipped with steel beads. Bi-material rubber: the tread is harder than the sidewalls; mounted on a 66 TPI carcass.
    9. Saddle / seat post
      B'Twin aluminium seat post with a BTR screw adjustment (29.8 mm diameter). Ergonomic B'Twin saddle that is comfortable even on long rides.
    10. Pedals
      Platform pedals with toe clips.
    11. Weight
      10.6 kg in size 57 with the pedals.
    12. Accessories / equipment
      Comes with a front and rear light kit, and a bell.
    Product testing
    1. Composition
      Frame : 100.0% Aluminium 6061
    2. Product catchline
      An efficient bike for discovering road cycling: aluminium frame and 24 speeds. New ergonomic handlebar and new B'Twin Ergo Fit saddle for added comfort.
    Product reviews
    4.5 / 5
    56 reviews
    56 users recommend this product
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    • Absolutely brilliant

      Oliver (United Kingdom)
      Used for 3 to 6 months
      This is an amazing bike. I am quite new to the world of road bikes ,as i was riding a mountain bike on the road for a few years, but since i have i would never turn back. This bike is fast, sturdy and probably the best £300 you could spend (for me it was anyway). The bikes aesthetics makes it look a lot more than £300. The gears and brakes are good. Overall i think this bike is the best £300 anyone could spend if they are into cycling.
    • What a bike

      Israel (United Kingdom)
      Used for 3 to 6 months
      Well, bought this bike three months ago and been waiting to see how it developed to write a review.
      This is a brilliant bike!(for the price you pay). Sure a lighter frame and better components and wheels, and sturdy hubs could be added.. but then you will pay double wouldn't you?.
      It feels light and comfortable in long rides. The microshift....not the smother, but does the job and will be replaced once gives up. And this is the beauty of this bike.....their components can be upgraded at taste although to be fair no need for it.
      My only many others, have been having problems with back wheel. Initially, just after 300km, have to replace bearings; then spokes got loose; and now, a highly annoying "clunk" noise in the hub that makes me believe the axil is damaged. A same really, but not the end of the world.
      Normally, within this price range, you do get what you pay for...with the Triban 500se you don't, you do get far far more.
      As said, back hub is dreadfull but, might just be mine!!!!
    • Cool bicycle

      Taylan (United Kingdom)
      Used for 7 to 12 months
      I am not an expert and actually new to cycling but I really like this bike. I have been cycling almost a year and haven't had any problem.. I recently changed the wheels from 23 mm to 25 mm apparently its more comfortable that way..I am a little bit disappointed with the bike repair service as it is not possible to book a slot in advance.. I didn't want to leave my bike at the store overnight so I missed the 3 months free maintenance.. however the people there are helpful. if you need advice and quick fixes they help you..
      lightweight, style, affordable
      bike repair service at decathlon Surrey quays
    • New Bike

      David (United Kingdom)
      Used for 1 week or less
      Have been unable to ride bike as weather has been rubbish since I bought it, therefore cannot comment on what it is like at this stage.
      Shop were helpful & knowledgeable
      Had to wait a week for bits to be added to bike
    • 500 mile review of the Triban

      Sebastian (United Kingdom)
      Used for 3 to 6 months
      I have had this bike for a reasonable time now (6 months) and can confidently say this was the best £300 I have ever spent. The bike is up there with the best that I have ridden: smooth, comfortable, fast and very agile (I have been on a number of bikes as I am a keen triathlete from Cannondales to Meridas and lower price lemons as well!). The value is phenomenal - I have had no reliability problems whatsoever and I am very impressed with the gears, the frame, the solid wheels and the general handling of the bike. The Microshift system is just as good as Shimano: it is effortless and smooth so cast aside any snobbery you may have! I use it generally as a reliable commuter but I have used it in a Duathlon at Rockingham speedway. For a 19km course I clocked 35 minutes which is simply a respectable result - the bike can be used for sportives and sprint triathlons in my view and if you were to upgrade both the wheels and the tyres you would have a very swift machine indeed. The only thing I have changed on the bike is to install a pair of Michelin Lithion 2 tyres which have worked nicely with the bike. So if you are looking for a very solid, comfortable and reliable commuting/training bike then go ahead and buy it you will not regret it. All of the positive reviews here are pretty much spot on.
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