If you’ve been on the hunt for a new bike over the past year you’ll be well aware of the stock nightmare that the whole bike industry has been facing. Incase you’re still looking, here’s a heads up on a few of our favourites that are arriving over the next few weeks!
If you see a bike that you’ve been looking for make sure to get in touch with the shop and we can get one reserved for you!
Perhaps the most value packed gravel bike out there the CDA offers some serious bang for buck. Starting at £749.99 for the CDA 10 Shimano Claris model, this range of bikes from Genesis offers maximum versatility and capability for the money. Sturdy and reliable enough for the everyday commute while being armed with a decent enough spec to get started on gravel adventures, the CDA bikes really are a one-bike-that-does-all.
All models – 10, 20 and 30 – come with the same lug riddled steel fork and alloy frame combination in varying colours. They all also come with the same wheels, tyres and finishing kit, with the only difference being the choice of drivetrain (and colour obviously).
The ideal bike for starting your adventure or beginning on cycling journey!
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Cannondale Tesoro Neo
The Tesoro is an incredibly capable electric tourer armed with all of the trimmings to get you out exploring the hills in comfort and style. With a super long wheelbase, low centre of gravity, big chunky 29″ tyres and big wide handlebars, the Tesoro e-bikes provide reassuring stability by the spade load allowing you to turn off of the tarmac and explore the UKs abundance of windy fireroads with ease.
Range anxiety is a thing of the past with a big 500Wh battery on the X3 models, and Bosch’s huge new 625Wh battery on the X2 models. Both models come with powerful and low maintenance hydraulic disc brakes as well as easy to operate 1x drivetrains – one derauiller, one shifter and the ease of one hand operated gear shifting for maximum simplicity.
Available in mens and womens options the Tesoro has the option of a lower slung step through model (Remixte) for easier getting on the bike and dismounting.
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Whyte G180 Works 29ER
The G180 Works 29ER is the default choice for Whyte’s enduro race team. With 29″ wheels and 180mm front and rear travel there’s little that the G180 isn’t prepared to take on. From the toughest of DH tracks and enduro courses to grinning your ears off at your local trails, the G180 has the pedalling efficiency and rollability to help with climbing while having the heavy hitting arsenal for some serious descending.
DT Swiss E1700 wheelset, SRAM XO1 Eagle 12 speed gearing, Reverb dropper post, Ultimate level RockShox suspension and tubeless ready Maxxis tyres provide a proper spec list to back up the riding.
Whether serious about racing or serious about fun, the G180 Works is Whyte’s top line trail smasher that’ll never leave you outgunned.
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Whyte 600 Series Hardtails
Not quite ready for racing in the Enduro World Series for 2021 and just looking to break in to the grubby world of mountain biking? Then we may have one of Whyte’s entry level 600 series hardtails coming in, in your size. Comprised of the 603, 604 Compact and the 605, the 600 series offers a great package of a slightly higher quality that means you won’t need a replacement when you really start pushing the limits.
All of Whyte’s 600 series bikes offer great value spec for getting started on shredding the trails, with their technology through the years having trickled down onto these bikes. Hydraulic brakes, 650b wheels and internal cable routing running through the range, combined with Whyte’s award winning geometry inspires confidence and grin-factor a-plenty.
With the 604 available as their compact fit and sitting with the exact same spec as the 603, the 604 provides a slightly shorter reach with it’s “compact” geometry making it ideal for shorter or female riders.
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