Thanks very helpfulAt that price i'm assuming it's the peloton race 2014 vs the agree gtc 2014
I had this decision recently- they both weigh in at a similar weight, you get to choose between high quality alu with high spec vs low grade carbon with low(er) components.
I personally would go for the peloton due to the nicer wheels and I really dislike the Tiagra pie dish crankset on the Agree -opinion only.
I have the 2014 Cube Peloton Race.
It's a very nice bike (the welds look a bit ugly though) when compared to some other brands like Cannondale & Specialized for example.
The 105 is very good, nice crisp gear changes & it is quite light for it's spec (aluminium & 105).
If I had the choice again though, I would probably go for the Agree carbon, yes it is lower tier Tiagra, but use it for a couple of years, then change the group set to 11 speed 105 & sell the old group off, you then have an excellent mid range bike.
FWIW, the head tube & geometry of the Peloton are taller & more relaxed than those of the Agree.
Many say that the frames come up on the small size when compared to other brands, but at 6ft I got the 58cI