Rafal 700 27.5" Mountain Bike - Black/Orange/White

    Designed for regular training and getting started with XC in competition.

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    SKU: S14885 (746140)
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    Regular Price: € 975.00 -33%

    € 649.99

    Characteristics Designed for regular training and getting started with XC in competition.
    Product Benefits
    1. Efficiency
      Mavic Cross Ride FT SX wheels. Manitou M30 Air fork with 100 mm travel.
    2. Lightweight
      New Rafal Competition 6061 aluminium frame. Weight: 1.510 kg in size M.
    3. Precision
      Shimano drivetrain: SLX Shadow rear derailleur; AVID DB1 brakes.
    4. Lifetime warranty
      Lifetime warranty
      B’Twin offers a lifetime warranty on the frame, stem, and handlebar.
    • Size
      M, L, XL
      27.5 inches
    • Weight
      12 kg
    • Life warranty
      frame, handlebar, stem.
      Front 100 mm
      Black / Orange / White
    Product feature
    1. Frame
      New B'Twin Competition 6061 aluminium frame. Frame weight, size M: 1.510 kg. New XC geometry in 27.5". Frame designed, tested and approved by the B'Twin Racing Team. New standards: - conical steering socket, - direct mount front derailleur, - post mount rear caliper, - press fit 92 bottom bracket.
    2. Suspension
      New Manitou M30 Air fork with 100 mm travel. Handlebar lockout with exclusive B'Twin ComboLock (3 positions). 1-1/8" aluminium conical pivot, 1.5" taper. Construction: 9 mm axle.
    3. Drivetrain
      Shimano drivetrain. Rear derailleur: Shimano SLX Shadow+ Type 2 10-speed. Shimano Deore 2x10 front derailleur. Shifters: Shimano Deore.
    4. Crankset / cassette
      Gear ratio specially designed for frequent/intensive XC riding. Cassette: HG 50; 11 X 36 11 / 13 / 15 / 17 / 19 / 21 / 24 / 28 / 32 / 36 Crankset: Shimano FC-M625 38x24. Chain: KMC X10.
    5. Brakes
      AVID DB 1 brakes 180 mm X 160 mm. Discs: 180 mm front / 160 mm rear. - 2 pistons in moulded aluminium, - G2 CleanSweep disc, - Pads mounted from the top, - Bend Zone lever (bends but doesn't break), - Weight (manufacturer): 425 g.
    6. Handlebar / Stem / Steering
      New Rafal XC oversize flat handlebar for added stability (680 mm long). New Rafal XC stem, M: 80 mm L: 90 mm XL: 100 mm Built-in headset with sealed bearings. New Rafal lock-on grips.
    7. Wheels
      Mavic Cross Ride FT SX wheels. Material: S6000 aluminium. Pneumatics: tube. Inner width: 19 mm.Number: 24 in the front and the rear. Lacing: 2 cross on front and rear. Sealed cartridge bearings.Hubs: Aluminium body for front and rear.
    8. Tyres
      Hutchinson Python 2 27.5 x 2.1.
    9. Saddle / seat post
      New B'Twin Competition SP 67 seat post. Length: 400 mm; Diameter: 31.6. Fizik Tundra M7 saddle.
    10. Pedals
      B'Twin platform pedals.
    11. Weight
      12.05 kg in size M, without pedals.
    Product testing
    1. Composition
      Frame : 100.0% Aluminium 6061
    2. Approved by
      Cross Country and Marathon Mountain Biking
    3. Storage advice
      Store your bike in a dry, cool place. Be sure to protect your bike if you ride or store it in a salty environment.
    4. Cleaning advice
      Do not wash your bike with a high-pressure water jet. Thoroughly degrease and grease your drivetrain using a suitable product. We recommend using B'Twin All-in-One (available in stores in the bike care / spare parts department).
    5. Product restrictions
      This mountain bike isn't designed for BMX, dirt, or freeride use
    6. Product catchline
      XC ALU 6061 frame and Full Shimano DEORE / SLX drive train; Mavic Cross One wheel. Frame designed in collaboration with the BTWIN RACING TEAM
    7. Lab tested
      Created and tested in partnership with the B'Twin MTB Racing Team.
    Product reviews
    4 / 5
    4 reviews
    4 users recommend this product
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    • great bike, shame about the service

      adrian (United Kingdom)
      Used for 2 to 8 weeks
      Let me start by saying I'm a massive btwin fan, I already own 2 btwin rd bikes both my kids ride btwins and I talked 2 work colleagues in to getting btwins.
      I got this bike in the sale and for the money i feel its got a great spec, there has been a few things I have changed to make it fit me but that's just a personal thing, higher handlebars as standard were giving me back ache after 20miles or so, bigger front disc to improve braking (I am quite heavy) and some bar ends, now I am use to the saddle its comfy for 50miles or so. I really cant fault the bike its now a pleasure to ride and so forgiving over the rough bits and my avg speed has gone up by 2 mph without any extra effort.
      I have to say on this occasion I am very disappointed with the service I have received from decathlon Wednesbury. On my first outing I had issues with the chain jumping, I stopped at the shop on my way home explained the issue for a very stroppy sales assistant to tell me the issue was all my fault due to the bike being dirty (bare in mind I had explained I was on my way home from a 40 mile ride) it turns out the bike had been fitted with a faulty chain which to be fair was changed straight away.
      5 weeks and 200 miles later whilst cleaning the bike I noticed the chain had been routed incorrectly around the rear mech so back to the shop, the chain was routed correctly but the mech is now damaged (although only the separator) and the sales assistant refuses to do anything about it, next the forks would not lock out again the sales assistant told me that Is how they should be luckily another lad heard and said more air was needed which indeed it did. Thirdly the bearings in one of the pedals had gone for this I was told this is down to me to upgrade and the originals are cheap rubbish and decathlon expect us to change these straight away even when I said this is an £800 bike the pedals should last more than 250 miles I was just told go and purchase a 2000 rd bike and these would be just the same, I was eventually offered some cheap plastic btwin pedals I asked for the originals to be ordered and I was told not a chance go and upgrade.
      To sum up the bike is great but the set up and aftersales on this occasion has been shocking I was looking at upgrading to mach or ultra rd bike next year but I really don't know now
      great bike, very forgiving, great over distance
      bike set up, aftersales
    • Racial 700

      Jon (United Kingdom)
      Used for 2 to 8 weeks
      This MTB has a top spec for the price, rides great and looks cool too. You'll do well to find one better for less money.
      Price and specification
      Seat a bit uncomfortable after 20 miles
    • Fantastic Rafal 700 Hardtail - Love It

      Jonathan (United Kingdom)
      Used for 2 to 8 weeks
      I owned several mountain bikes over the years and have now had this bike for 6 weeks. I've done several cross country and single track rides for 1-3 hrs and I love the bike!
      My first trip out was 2hrs+ with some work associates who all turned up with £2k+ bikes and all the kit. Initially thought I was outgunned, but this was not the case! We did some pretty challenging steep trails with plenty of small jumps and gullies, much more extreme than I would usually tackle. The Rafal 700 was great and I had no problem keeping up!
      I love the three stage front suspension adjustment. Fully locked out for road or uphill, 50% for average trails and full travel for rough terrain or downhill. Easy to use when riding along and much better than a simple on/off adjuster.
      The bike handles well and is really responsive but yet still comfortable on longer rides. It also looks great in black/orange with those awesome Mavick wheels!
      I would defiantly recommend as a great fun, responsive and well spec'd hardtail!
      Great spec for the price, handles well+looks great
      None so far
    • Not Quite There

      Muz (United Kingdom)
      Used for 2 to 8 weeks
      Having owned this bike for 7 months, I am still slightly disappointed as it is just missing something.
      The bike looks the biz & rides well but could benefit from a high gear ratio, it only has 21 gears whereas my previous was 28 gear and this made the ride slightly more testing on the legs (provided by my mum & dad). The change of the suspension quick change should be as the previous model which was only a flick of a button whereas the new R700 has a grip shift system, that I find does not work so well. I would love to recommend if there was that extra gear change & suspension change, but it could just be me!! I am saying I would recommend but there is no entry to say if you are in between the yes or no with reference recommendations.