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Triban RC500 Shimano Sora Disc Brake Road Bike

Sale price: $699.00 Regular price: $1,199.00

Cycle further and more often with the most comfortable road bike we've ever designed. Discover its disc braking, special geometry and Shimano Sora groupset

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Sale price: $699.00 Regular price: $1,199.00

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About this item:

  • All-around road bike to progress your riding
  • Custom shaped aluminum frame with carbon fork
  • Shimano Sora groupset with disc brakes
  • Shifter: 2x9-speed
  • Tubeless Ready Wheels
Model: 8629958

Product Features

A photo of the Triban RC500 Shimano Sora Disc Brake Road Bike in use
A photo of the Triban RC500 Shimano Sora Disc Brake Road Bike in use

Triban RC500 Shimano Sora Disc Brake Road Bike | matchless comfort for cycling further, more often.

Cycle further and more often with the most comfortable road bike we've ever designed. Discover its disc braking, special geometry and Shimano Sora groupset


Inserts for carrier and mudguard, suitable for 36mm tyres, tubeless ready wheels


Shimano Sora R3000 groupset, bottom bracket, front + rear derailleur and levers

Lifetime warranty

Triban guarantees the frame, stem, and handlebars for life

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How much does the medium size weigh?


10.6KG or 23.3 lbs.

By Thierry on Sep 11, 2023 | STAFF

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Good purchase

I bought the bike after looking for several options and the time I used it, everything was fine, without complications

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Very surprised at the quality and how light the bike is for the amount paid. I really like this bike a lot. Any advice I'd give before buying it, is know what size of frame is best for you my inseam is 29ish 5, 6 talk and I'm on a small frame.

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price quality

Bought Oct 2023. Good value for money. I can ride much faster and with ease vs my old foldie. Love the servicing availability at Decathlon.

Best investment I could have made, 100% recommended

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Excellent bike

A very comfortable bike, very smooth, an excellent purchase

Fantastic customer service, awesome bike.

Love my Triban RC500. Had a few issues upon arrival, but Decathlon fully covered a checkup at my local bike store. Kind & courteous staff (online correspondence). This bike's a beast. Feels super smooth & stable. I could not ask for a better experience with Decathlon.


Je dois retourner justement pour voir quelque chose qui marche une fois sur deux, services mauvais, c’est comme si tu reçois ton vélo par Amazon.

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I recommend

very good quality product for an average but diligent runner.

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Triban rc bike 500

Km price from 24 million to 14 million. The price is too good for the carbon sora configuration

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What a very good bike I am happy with my purchase

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bad decathlon

The company brings to Chile 1 of each size there is never. Having such a range of Bicycles

Best Bang for the Buck "Do-It-All" Bike...formerly

I got this when it was still 28,000 Php. Perhaps mine was part of the last batch of the old pricing. For 28,000 Php, you're getting a lot: Good quality build? Check Carbon-Alu fork? Check Comfortable geometry? Check Reliable wheelset + tubeless-ready? Check Tires? Basic, not the fastest, but comfy, so check. Shimano Groupset? Check. Except for the cassette and chains, they are from Microshift but are quite reliable. Generous tire clearance? It can fit up to 36-38mm wide tires. Check. For its weaknesses: Braking System: Its disc brakes perform better than equivalent rim brakes. However, you'd find yourself wanting more braking power when riding in the rain, descends, and the combination thereof. It's not to say that cable-actuated discs are not reliable but this particular system has an inherent flaw: the rear brakes has the cable entry/exit hole pointing upwards, meaning water can seep in and rust your cable. Perhaps future models can have a rubber boot to cover this. Nevertheless, people who have been using this bike for quite some time have completely replaced the stock system with semi-hydraulics which are significantly better in all aspects. Wheelset: It is reliable and tubeless-ready but quite heavy. Gear Ratio: It has the Sora 50-34 x 11-32. The bike is classified as "Intermediate" but I believe intermediate bikes should have a lighter gear ratio (e.g., 46-32 x 36-11). There are a lot of hill climbs in my place and I'd wager beginner riders will find the stock gearing too heavy. Though, perhaps this is a problem of the bike industry as the entry-level groupsets are the trickledown versions of the top-of-the-line which are designed for racing. A quick solution for this would be to get a wider cassette. Compatible lighter cranksets are a difficult find here in the Philippines. Saddle: Well, this part is purely preferential. Headtube: Not sealed. Vulnerable to rain, water can seep in and rust the bearing. So is it a Do-It-All Bike? Yes, but with limitations. You can use it for amateur racing but the geometry is not designed for it. You can fit wider tires but for more technical gravel routes you'll definitely want tires wider than 36-38mm. You can ride it in the rain but you may have to regrease the bearings. The brakes are good for commuting in an urban setting. The braking power is as determined by how hard you can grip the levers, though. Very noisy when wet. I can definitely see myself riding this bike for many years to come, though by then I might have already replaced all parts except for the frame, forks, handlebars, and shifter. Despite this generally positive review, I find it hard to recommend the RC500 due to its current pricing. This bike is priced at 38,000 Php as of writing. That's a 10K increase - 10K of which you may have used to upgrade the weaknesses mentioned earlier.



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Very good cycle, I have lost weight as I wanted.

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Frame (for bike): 100.0% Aluminium


New Triban Evo frame in 6061 T6 aluminium, comfort-oriented geometry with adapted slope Weight: 1830 g in size MStrong, versatile frame: carrier and mudguard can be installed Compatible with tyres up to 36mm cross-section


New Triban Evo fork with carbon blades and aluminium 1Inch1/8 Aheadset centre. This fork combines comfort, low weight, and precision.The carbon has been designed to provide good lateral rigidity and good filtering of frontal vibrations.Inserts on the blades for mounting a front carrierMax weight to be carried on the fork: 9kgHoles on the wheel axle to attach a mudguardCompatible with tyres up to 36mm cross-section

Handlebar / stem / steering

Ergonomic aluminium Triban handlebars for a better grip and excellent comfort.Handlebar width (axle-to-axle): XS, S, M : 400 mm.L, XL : 420 mm.New Triban stem:XS : 70 mmS: 80 mmM: 90 mmL: 100 mmXL: 110 mm


Shimano Sora R3000 shiftersShimano Sora R3000 front derailleur (extra barrel adjuster)Shimano Sora R3000 9-speed rear derailleur with short cage Total weight: 905 gChain KMC Z series

Crankset / cassette

Microshift CS-H092 9V 11/32 cassette(11/13/15/17/19/21/24/28/32).Shimano Sora R3000 compact crankset 50/34.Crank length varies according to size of bike:XS, S: 170mm.M: 172.5mm.L, XL: 175mm.


Promax DSK-300R mechanical disc brakes.Semi-metal pads160mm disc brakes at front and rearJAGWIRE anti-compression housing to ensure braking precision and efficiencyWaterproof housing cap at the bottom frame diagonal tube


Triban Tubeless ready light wheels6061 T6 aluminiumETRTO dimensions: 622 x 17 C24mm high for greater lateral rigidityCrossed stainless steel spokes for improved rigidity (28 front and 28 rear)Sealed bearings hubs (rear hub suitable for up to 11 speeds)Weight per pair (without cassette and QR): 2000g*Conversion kit required, including 2 tubeless valves + 2 rim strips + sealant (anti-puncture liquid)


Triban protect light tyres390gSkinwall stiff beadNylon anti-puncture protection Carcass: 60 TPI. Dimensions: 28c-622 / 700 x 28c for greater comfort Max pressure: 8 bar / 116 psi.

Saddle / seat post

New Triban ErgoFit saddle. Hammock design for greater comfort. Aluminium Triban seat post.Diameter: 27.2mm.Length: 350mm in M / L / XL, 250mm in XS / S

Product testing

What is uncompromised comfort? Laboratory tests: Rigidity of the fork, comfort (geometry)Field tests: Long rides, legendary races (Ardéchoise, Paris-Roubaix, Tour des Flandres,....), gravel rides, long distances (with pannier bags)

Storage instructions

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


Lifetime warranty on frame, handlebar, stem. 2 years on fork and peripheral components.




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