AERA. Already the name seems to be airy. And indeed Aera stands for ultimate light weigth carbon. This is guaranteed by a performance carbon frame which is trimmed on stiffness and acceleration. You can feel how every pedal step is transferred directly on the road. Many features like a stiffness optimized bottom bracket construction, a bended rear triangle or integrated cable routing make it your perfect companion.
New for 2015, the T-130 is the latest in a long and illustrious line of Whytes that let you go anywhere, ride anything and have maximum fun along the way. Boasting 130mm of QUAD-4 suspension travel, mid-sized 650b wheels and Whyte’s groundbreaking trail bike geometry, the T-130 is fast and fun on the trails you ride from your front door, whilst never feeling out of its depth when you travel further afield, be it to the trail centres of Wales and Scotland or even the Alps.
The Covert is dead! Long live the Patrol! The Patrol replaces Transition’s enduro-favourite Covert model. A low aggressive style and sculpted hard lines.
The Patrol is long and low with a slack 65 degree head angle and big wheelbase for tremendous stability in rowdy terrain. The short 430mm chainstay and carefully tuned suspension keep you in touch with the ground and ready to respond at a moment’s notice.
MONDRAKER.E-bikes are definitely becoming more common place in the trail riding world these days. Mondraker recently made a bold move and jumped on the bandwagon. They recently sent us their new Crafty RR E with 27.5+ wheels along with Bosch’s latest motor and battery system. We put the Crafty RR through its paces on our local trails to see what you can do with this type of steed.