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Cycle Touring Road Bike Triban 100

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Cycle Touring Road Bike Triban 100 is designed for discovering road cycling bicycle touring on roads and paths.

Discover the ideal bike for starting out: with its single chainring, you'll never mistake your speed! Enjoy a comfortable ride thanks to the 32 mm tires, and take on the roads and trails with gusto!

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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


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


6061 aluminum frame. Comfort road geometry

Lifetime warranty

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

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Excellent value (but get Triban 500 instead)

Cannot better this for £249. By the way the recent review by Neil is confusing this bike with his previous Triban which was, I guess, the better equipped (gears, carbon fork etc) Triban 3 which was £249 a few years ago when I bought it. This is now available as the similar but light weight Triban 500 all for a bargain £349. Try and get a light weight carbon front fork bike elsewhere for that cash, rival store aka big ‘H’ would choke on the price lol.

Huge step backwards from past Tribans

If you're expecting an upgrade on technology and performance of past Tribans, this isn't the right option for you. I have been happy with the Triban I bought for £249.00 around 5 years ago, until it gave up the ghost last week. I purchased this bike expecting it to at least be as good, but it's really not. The gear range is barely good enough for a leisurely ride (at both ends of the scale), and the shifter being on the bars is like stepping back in time. Reviews say it 'takes getting used to', but with the brakes being so far away from the shifter I can't help thinking it was made by someone who has never ridden before - it's completely counter-intuitive and unnatural.

Hello. Thank you for sharing your review of the Triban 100. I am unable to see which bike you bought 5 years ago but it sounds like the spec may be more similar to the current RC120. The current Triban 100 is more of an entry level leisure road bike than previous models which as you know are suitable for both commuting and sportive level. The price difference is linked to the improvements made to the specs of the bike but also the exchange rate which is not the same as 5 years ago unfortunately. I hope that helps!

MICHAEL, Road Cycling Leader, DECATHLON
Good Value for Money Bicycle

Not the greatest bike in the world. But for £250, including lights and bell, great value for money. Seems sturdy enough for a larger than average rider - I'm 110 kilos. And I really like the hybrid tyres. I also like the 'Mega Range' gear. I've done a couple of hundred kilometres in past 3 weeks since I bought it and it rides well. I could write a long list of omissions or things where the manufacturer might have upped the specification. But that would be missing the point given the price.

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An average bike

Initially I liked it. The initial assembling was very easy. Everything that was assembled was tight. All were ok untill 3rd week of use. The tube in the front tyre got punctured on 3rd week. Was using in a normal bike roads.

Love it

Bought this bike from my local shop yesterday, rode it around 20 miles so far and I must say I absolutely love my new bike. Surprisingly, it offers good value for money came with everything I need pair of lights bell etc. Also, this could be the most affordable cyclocross bike one could find definitely worth its price!

Bike BTwin 100

Good quality bike Worth the money

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Great Bike at this Price

When I was in China, I started using the bikes of Decathlon and my type was Triban500. Because of the high cost-effective of Decathlon, I decided to purchase Triban100 in the US and it is a very great bike which fits the road in Seattle which is not so flat (it satisfies my daily commute needs). However, I highly recommended Triban520 or Ultra900/940 if you want a high speed during your cycling on the up-hills.


The bike is exactly what you would expect for the money. Light frame, calliper brakes/v-brakes, 7 gears. Definitely worth the buy if your on a budget.

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Well worth it

Wow get bike for money great service other that halfors decathlon are The best

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Good bike, but disappointing inner tube

The bike offers excellent value for the money. I have it for almost 3 months and over 1500 Km done on road. It behaves better than expected from the price it has. The derailleur cable tension needs ajsusted every few hundred Km, but it can be easily done by hand just rotating the barrel adjusters to the optimum position. Unfortunatelly the quality of the inner tube which came with the bike is exactly opposite: the tube failed on the welded joins due to the poor build quality or poor testing and inspection process. It's a pitty Decahhlon does not invest more in the quality of inner tubes and tyres. Will need to go to another supplier for good quality tyres and inner tubes.

Good bike on and off road.

I purchased this bike in France. They did in a cracking fluorescent yellow, much better than the model available in the UK. I covered 360 miles on some Cat 4s on the TDF route in Brittany. It copes well and was a pleasure to ride. Ride position higher than racing bike which felt good on all terrain. Centre gear shift is a bit Heath Robinson and you need to plan ahead. Tyres were great on dry roads. On wet roads no and I almost lost control as they like to slide when brakes applied. The rubber is a soft composite, so makes sense it’s better in the dry. I’ve changed them for a pair of Schwalbes. Brakes not uber responsive. You are also limited on the climbs you can attempt because of the gearing, but it is fine for most routes. It is great on Backwoods trails and gravel trails. Loads of fun. Also the bike was cheaper in France, despite the rubbish exchange rate; £230!

Amazing bike!

It’s super stable, does curves beautifully and is a really smooth ride! Great quality for the price

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Very good

My last bike was a very heavy city hybrid bike, so I am amazed of what I can do with this one. It's light and fast (although expect proper racing bikes overtaking you, of course). Going uphill is not a problem either. Wheels are fine for what I wanted for (road lanes here are not in a good condition...). It came very well packed inside a giant box and after 30 minutes I was cycling. I am 180cm tall and size L is fine for me.

For commute & dabble in Off-Road its a great bike!

On the same day my hand built DA wheels ( I paid £400 for these from another shop ) were returned, still broken, from a Shimano rejected warranty claim, my B'twin 100 also turned up on a well organised delivery, setup bike in seconds, put some m520 pedals on it & off I went. I use bikes at 10x the price of this and its already my favourite, why you might ask? Well, its fun for a start, its comfortable & it fits the purpose as a very cheap winter commuter bike / gravel bike, at same avg speed HR is about 10bpm more to light summer bike, maxed at 31mph so far. For commute&dabble in off-road buy one! No brainer!

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great value starter bike

I've done over 2,500kms on mine this year. It's simple, efficient and has been a great "starter" bike. I'm upgrading to Cannondale next week, but for the money, I highly recommend this bike and have encouraged several friends to also purchase one as their first bike back to cycling after many years

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Frame : 100.0% Aluminium 6061


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: 4 lbs.


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

Handlebar / 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


Indexed speed changes using 7-speed Shimano A050 shifter on the handlebar. Ergonomic and very comfortable: change speeds without letting go of the top part of the handlebar. 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.


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


Double-walled wheels. Quick release attachment (9 mm) at the front for easy maneuvering and transport. Nut mount for the rear wheel.


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


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

Accessories / equipment

Comes with a front and rear lighting kit and bell.


24.9 lbs in size M, without pedals.

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We recommend that beginning cyclists also wear cycling shorts with a protective pad for added comfort.

Storage instructions

Store the bike in a cool, dry place away from sunlight. If riding or storing your bike in a salty environment, be sure to wash your bike after each use.


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