GT W AvAlAnche 1.0 TiTAn cAlypso spoRT Disc



GT W AvAlAnche 1.0 TiTAn cAlypso spoRT Disc
GT W Avalanche 1.0
While the world’s gone 29er-mad, there’s still
something to be said for the traditionally-sized
format. It’s lighter, and suits smaller riders better.
The Avalanche is a highly popular model for GT, and
there’s a good reason they sell them hand over fist
every year. Not deviating from the successful formula,
this bike is durable and light, with powerful disc
brakes and a triple crankset to get you over almost
any hill.
R7 995
Titan Calypso Sport Disc
To enjoy mountain biking to the fullest, we suggest
that a new entrant to the sport starts at R5k for
a hardy bike that’s light enough to allow them to
participate comfortably in a medium-length race.
Titan is a fairly new brand on the block, designed by
the distributors of Merida bikes, with considerable
know-how on how to fill the gaps in our market. Like
offering the specs of a five-grand bike for a lower
price – 8-speed drivetrain, hydraulic brakes, a lockout
fork and women-specific frame.
Giant Anthem X 2 W
This is your ideal marathon racer and trail bike. The
company’s proprietary Maestro suspension system is
really one of the best in the business, keeping the ride
supple and forgiving, but not holding you back when
you pedal like hell. The ALUXX shows off all the latest
features, like OverDrive and PowerCore technologies
for precision stiffness and confident handling.
Silverback Senza D
Silverback have made a name for themselves offering
killer value, and the company has now evolved to the
point that their bikes beat many of the global brands,
spec for spec. The Senza is no exception. It has a
lockout fork, hydraulic disc brakes and fast-rolling
tyres for when the trails turn to tar. For a bike that’ll
take you anywhere for not that much money, look no
05.06 2012

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