Whyte 2021 bikes are coming in, and it's aaaall good...
Those of you who are Whyte bike fans may have already seen the new arrivals on the Whyte site. This page will tell you what Bike Coop has coming in over the next few weeks. From hybrids to Whyte touring and Bikepacking bikes, there's something for you.
In July and August we should have first drops of most models. For Whyte aficionados, most models will be familiar, however there are a few of new introductions and changes to look out for. There is a full list of stock coming in at the bottom of the page.
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Let's start with hardtails ...
801 2021 £899 – A good mix of fun, control and speed. The 800 series geometry is based around a longer top tube, a short stem and wide 780mm bar. With a 120mm travel fork, for trail-bike levels of performance. This latest frame features UK-designed “Get A Grip” seat post clamp system, for quick adjustment, fantastic weather proofing and a nice ergonomic lever which is easy to operate even in cold weather.
805 2021 £999 – Like the 801, the 805 has a longer top tube, a short stem and wide 780mm bar. The BBX internal cable routing keeps cables clean and clear of grime whatever the conditions. You can also easily upgrade to the Whyte Drop.it II dropper post if desired.
Glencoe 2021 £1550 – Not a new model but the 2021 bike moves to a full hydraulic disc brake Apex 1x groupset.
Whyte Hybrid Bikes
Stirling 2021 £999 – 1x with new 11 speed Deore, all R7 frames have been updated with more tyre clearance as non-plus R7 hybrids all move to 36c tyres.
Coniston 2021 £2799 – available with 0% finance for up to 24 months
Using Shimano’s STEPS e-Bike Drive Unit the Coniston is able to take advantage of the pedal assist without compromising the weight distribution and therefore the handling. Loaded with British weatherproof features, this bike has a range of 75km (46miles) in High, 105km (65miles) in Normal and 150km (93 miles) in Eco and a fantastic quality lightweight fram2
Below is a full list of the 2021 bikes we are expecting stock over the next few weeks:
|Caledonian (Womens)||Carnaby Compact||Malvern (Womens)||Pimlico Compact||Portabello|
|Ridgerway (Womens)||Shorebitch||Stirling||Vitoria Compact||Whitechapel|