B’Twin Ultra 700 AF 105 review

Pound for pound the B'Twin Ultra 700 AF leaves the competition standing

Btwin Ultra AF 700 Aluminium featured

Btwin Ultra AF 700 Aluminium featured

Cycling Weekly Verdict

The sport we love should not be prohibitively expensive and the level of enjoyment you experience should not be down to how much cash you spend. It is imperative that good bikes exist at this price point, as they are most people's entry point into road cycling and have the potential to dictate a large chunk of their experience thereafter. The B'Twin wins out, because I was able to forget I was riding a bike that cost just £750 and found myself bombing along country lanes with a smile on my face - and that is what it is all about

Reasons to buy
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    Amazing value

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    Comfortable frame

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    Looks cool

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    Top Spec

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    Fun to ride!

Reasons to avoid
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    Wheels could be finished a bit neater

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B’Twin is the house brand of Decathlon sports superstores, meaning that it is essentially a direct sales company. This enables it to keep costs down and pass that saving on to the customer.

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