We have three Urban Hybrid bikes arriving this Feburary, 1 from Cannondale ad two from Ridgeback. Firstly we have the Cannondale Treadwell 3 which is ideal for leisure riding with your friends and family. The Treadwell features wide tyres and upright geometry which makes it super comfortable an easy to handle. We ave it available in sizes Medium as well as Large with a price point of £599.99. Secondly we have the Motion from Ridgeback, this bike is also ideal for leisure riding and even commuting as the larger wheels roll faster along with a wider range of gears making the Motion more versatile and effient than the Treadwell. However the Motion does have more of a sporty geometry making it not quite as relaxed as the Treadwell. We have this bike available in both the Standard and Open frame models, which both come in at £449.99
Like ast month we have the Electron and Electron+ from Ridgeback coming in, however for Feburary we also have the Electron Di2 model arriving. The Electron range is ideal for going further on your weekend adventures or a sweat free commute. They also come spec’d with mudguards pannier racks and a kickstand, which you would normally need to buy seperatley. They are available in sizes small through to large and the range starts at a price of £1899.99. However unlike last month we have two more electric models from Cannondale due in. Firstly we have the Treadwell Neo EQ Remixte which is the same as the urban Treadwell I spoke about in the previous section, comfortable geometry, wide tyres…etc. Although there are some differences other than the obvious battery and motor this bike has a step through frame which makes this bike easier to mount and dismount and the Neo EQ also comes spec’d with luxy extras. Such as mudguards, kickstand, lights and front basket to hold all your goodies in. We have the Treadwell Neo EQ Remixte available in size large only and it comes in at a price point of £2400. Finally we have the Cannondale Tesororo Neo X2 Remixte arriving this Feburary. The Tesoro is designed for Bikepacking and cycle touring with rugged 29ner wheels and suspension fork this bike can take on rough tracks with ease. Like the Treadwell Neo Remixte the Tesoro also has a step through frame making it easy to mount and dismount and also comes spec’d with mudguards and dropper seatpost. If you want to go further on your adventures then check out the Cannondale Tesoro. We have this model available in sizes medium and large and the starting price is £3800.
Its Cannondale central when it comes to road bikes this month, we have four model comin in. Firstly we have two Synapse Carbons, these bikes are idal for long days in the saddle with friends or chasing your PB at Sportifs. With relaxed geometry and wide tyre clearance the Synapse guarantees all day comfort. We have the Shimano 105 varient availabe in both Steah Grey and Mantis colourways, in sizes 51cm and 56cm. Which comes in at £2500. Secondly we have both men’s and women’s Supersix Evo carbon race machnes due in this Feb. Ideal blend of aero tubeshapes and lightweight materials make the sSupersix Eo the ultimate ‘do it all’ race bike. We have the Men’s Ultegra model available in sizes 54cm and 56cm whcih comes in at £3950 as well as the women’s 105 model in size 51cm at a price point of £2750.
We have a whole host of Gravel bikes due in this month from Genesis and Cannondale. We have three Croix De Fer models arriving and one CDA from Genesis and three Topstone Carbons, one Topstone lefty and finally two alloy Topstones. If you’re into long distance multi day cycle tours and love a bit of steel tubing, then the Croix De Fer is the bike for you. Super robust and reliable frameset with mounts everywhere for all the bags you could ever need. However if your more of a weekend rider and commuter then the CDA could be a better option with a more affordable price point and lighter aluminium frame construction. We have Croix De Fer 10, 20 and 30 models available in sizes extra small through to medium starting at £1199.99. As for the CDA we have the 20 model available in size large wich comes in at an affordable £749.99. Now for the Topstones, if your into gravel racing and smashing your mates on weekend rides then the Topstone carbon is for you due to its minimalistic lightweight design and fast rolling tubeless 700c wheels. The carbon can also take bikepacking bags and mudguards if you wanted to do some touring as well. However if you’re hell bent on having reliability for commuting, mounts for everything and don’t have such a hefty budget then go for the Topstone Auminum. Finally if you’re really a mountain biker at heart and want to tackle the most technical paths you can find then go for the Topstone lefty as this model had Lefty suspension fork and plus 650c wheels and tyres making this model super verastile and ready to take on big bumps. The Carbon Topstone range starts at £2700 and is available in sizes extra small through to large. The Topstone alloy range starts at £1050 and is available in sizes extra small through to medium. Lastly the Topstone Carbon Lefty 3 is available in ize large and comes in at £4000.
If you don’t see a particular size or model you’re after, then please don’t hesitate to get in touch as this page only shows bikes we have on order that are due for the current month, therefore your dream bike might be just around the corner!