Specialized Tarmac or Cube Agree?

Discussion in 'Bikes and Buying Advice - What Bike?' started by Foyzy, 31 Jul 2012.

  1. Foyzy

    Foyzy Regular

    Hi all,

    I'm aiming to get a carbon bike soon and have whittled my choices down to either the 2013 Sepcialized Tarmac Sport (£1,500) or the Cube Agree GTC (£1,259). Both come with Shmano 105, both look good. What do you think is the better bike / option? I am tempted towards the Specialized. Do Tarmacs have a good reputation and will this bike be worth he extra £250 over the Cube?

    Specliazed Tarmac: http://www.leisurelakesbikes.com/product/specializedtarmacsportracingroadbike2013.aspx?&id=19314

    Cube Agree: http://www.leisurelakesbikes.com/product/cubeagreegtcracingroadbike2012.aspx?&id=17268

    Thanks in advance!
  2. The Tarmac has a good rep as a high performance frame, capable of being raced at a high level. I ride one and would recommend them. I don't have any experience of Cube, but I'm sure they're ok too..
  3. col1888

    col1888 Well-Known Member

    I have a Cube Agree GTC Pro, excellent bike , my first carbon bike, i've had no probs with it whatsoever.
  4. Mr Haematocrit

    Mr Haematocrit msg me on kik for android

    Out of the saddle
    Tarmac is an incredible bike with an outstanding reputation, can't go wrong with one imho
  5. Raging Squirrel

    Raging Squirrel Well-Known Member

    North West
    as a total beginner I'm inclined to vote for the Cube simply because it looks the part
  6. okeydokey79

    okeydokey79 Senior Member

    i like the look of the cube my self have been looking at it(just out of my price range) have you looked at the carrera virago at halfords, full carbon 105 gearing only £999 with web offer another £70 off and if you area member of british cycling u can get another 10% off, im goin have a look myself at this!!!
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