FACTOR Bikes Autumn Sale (Framesets and Ex Display/Demo Bikes)

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"All prices include GST and shipping within Australia. These prices are valid for sales within Australia only"

O2 FRAMESET

WAS $4,999 NOW $2,999 (Frame, fork and headset)

ONE FRAMESET

WAS $5,999 NOW $3,699 (Frame, fork, Carbon Barstem, seat post and headset)

ONE-S DISC FRAMESET

WAS $5,499 NOW $4,299 (Frame, fork, seat post and headset)

ViSTA FRAMESET

WAS $5,799 NOW $3,999 (Frame, fork, Carbon Barstem, seat post and headset)

REFER TO DROP DOWN LISTS BELOW FOR AVAILABLE SIZES AND COLOURS

EX-DEMO/DISPLAY FRAMES

O2 Disc 58cm Burnt Orange was $4,999 NOW $1,999 (Frame, fork and headset - Ex-Demo. Excellent condition. Minor chip at BB from dropped chain.)

O2 Rim 54cm Grey/Turquoise was $4,999 NOW $2,499 (Frame, fork and headset - Display stock. Minor chip at head tube.)

VAM Disc 58cm Carbon/Red was $5,499 NOW $3,799 (Frame, fork and headset - Ex-Demo. Excellent condition. As new.)

COMPLETE BIKES

VAM Disc Attaquer 52cm Ultegra Di2 - was $9,499 NOW $7,999 (Ultegra Di2 /Black Inc Twenty SL Wheelset/Black Inc Integrated Carbon Barstem. Display stock.)

ViSTA 52cm CHPT3 SRAM Force AXS +PM - was $9,499 NOW $7,999 (Force AXS 12-speed/Powermeter/Black Inc Twenty SL Wheelset/Black Inc Integrated Carbon Barstem. Ex-Hire fleet. As new condition.)

ViSTA 52cm CHPT3 SRAM Force AXS +PM - was $9,499 NOW $7,999 (Force AXS 12-speed/Powermeter/Black Inc Twenty SL Wheelset/Black Inc Integrated Carbon Barstem. Ex-Hire fleet. As new condition.)

SLiCK Large SRAM Force AXS +PM - was $10,999 NOW $8,999 (Force AXS 12-speed/Powermeter/Black Inc Fifty Team Edition Carbon Wheelset. Display stock.)

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Comments

  • Hoping someone can weigh in on this for me. Is there a significant enough difference in ride quality to justify a $10,000 bike over a $1000 bike?

    • Quality of components, accessories and feel and because some people can.
      You will noticed the extra and ride quality between the two- bit like a Toyota Corolla vs a BMW M3

      Having said that, $1k - $2k will be sufficient to get a decent bike for the regular rider starting out. $2k - $4k will get a pretty decent bike to suit most people out there.

      • Ah thanks for the answer mate.

      • Also lots of people race bikes on the weekends, and some race seriously with prize money. Why wouldn't you want something this good when you're a serious competitor?

      • I have carbon Cannondale with 105 running gear ….$2600, next level up I couldn't justify the extra … My commuter is $1200 with 105 running gear ..,it's the sweet spot for me between $$$ and comfort.

    • It's not just quality - it's fit, strength, weight, electronics, aerodynamics, etc. which may not be of any value to the buyer, depending on requirements.

      Wheels are a great example. You can buy a perfectly good paid of wheels for $300, or you can buy the best for around $20-$25,000. The wheels on those Factors are between $2000 & $3000. Apply same thinking to every part.

      Factors are great bikes, and when on special they are quite competitive compared to other brands of similar spec and perceived quality.

      I agree with the comment above - a bike between $2000 and $3000 will get you an absolutely awesome bike.

    • agree with Tezza and Hammo. I bought a commuter bike and it's great and indestructible but it's heavy… but for commuting I want one that i'm not too worried about if it falls or crash. It's also no attractive enough to be stolen. But that said I prefer a road bike for longer distance riding. Whilst not the same 1k vs 10k, it's more $500 vs $3000 but the same reasons apply. Better parts, much more lighter, faster and enjoyable. Slowly upgrade the parts as you enjoy cycling or as they wear out. I can't justify buying a 10k bike in one transaction but if you have the surplus cash flow, why not ;)

    • When you are competing seriously, every percentage for advantage matters.