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Edinburgh Cuillin 2 '03

Edinburgh Cuillin 2 '03

That rarity - a real mountain bike without suspension

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Product Description


The Cuillin 2 is a real mountain bike built around an aluminium frame. This stout-but-lightweight chassis helps make for a bike that’s lighter weight, hence easier to climb up hills, than similarly-priced steel mountain bikes.

  • The aptly-named Shimano EZ Fire 21-speed gear shifters.
  • Shimano Acera gears - better quality than, and 2 rungs up the Shimano hierarchy from, Shimano Tourney gears which are ubiquitous at this price.
  • Real name-brand grippy XC tyres from Wilderness Trail Bikes.
  • SunTour alloy chainset with compact rings - excellent for climbing.
  • Aluminium bars and Aheadstem.
  • Excellent Radius V-brakes with Shimano levers.


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Technical Data


7005-series Aluminium.


Double butted Chromoly - full mudguard compatible.


Deep-section double-wall alloy rims with machined sidewalls.

 Quick release alloy hubs.
 Stainless steel spokes.
Tyres:WTB (Wilderness Trail Bikes) Velociraptor 26 x 2.1”.


21-speed Shimano EZ Fire shifters.

Shimano Acera gears.


SunTour XCC300PB chainset 22/32/42.

 Shimano 14-28 freewheel.
 Steel cage pedals - toeclip compatible.


Radius V-brakes with Allen key-fit brake blocks. Shimano levers.


Aluminium flat ATB.

 Front-loader alloy Aheadstem. Velo 097 Kraton grips.
Saddle:Dual fabric anti-compression saddle on alloy suspension seatpost.
Weight:28lb / 12.7kg


18, 20, 22”.




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