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Edinburgh Cuillin 3 HT Disc '02

Edinburgh Cuillin 3 HT Disc '02

The Edinburgh Cuillin 3 HT with a Shimano Deore front disc brake
£289.95

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Upgrades from Edinburgh Cuillin 3 HT

For only £40 extra, we now enter disc world. We defy you to find a less expensive Shimano Deore disc brake-equipped mountain bike.

  • Disc brakes have a number of advantages over conventional rim brakes.
  • Virtually oblivious to the weather.
  • They don't pick up nearly as much mud or vegetation as rim brakes.
  • They won't wear out the rims.
  • The brake blocks last longer.
  • Perfect for front-nose wheelies.

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Technical Data

Frame:

7005-Series Aluminium.

Fork:

SunTour XCR suspension fork 60mm travel.

Wheels:

Freeway rims.

Quando rear QR freehub.
Alloy quick release (QR) front hub.
Front QR disc hub.
Tyres:WTB VelociRaptor 26 x 2.1”.

Transmission:

24-speed Shimano EZ Fire shifters.

Shimano Acera gears.
NEX300 Alloy cranks with compact chainrings 22/32/42.

Shimano cassette.

Pedals:Tioga pedals - toeclip compatible.

Brakes:

Shimano Deore disc brake front, Radius V-brake rear. Shimano levers.

Handlebars:

Aluminium flat ATB.

Front-loader alloy Aheadstem. Velo 097 Kraton grips.
Saddle:Single fabric anti-compression saddle.
Seatpin:Alloy micro-adjust seatpin Allen key binder bolt
Weight:28.5 lbs / 13kg.
Colour:Charcoal.

Sizes:

18, 20, 22".

Disclaimer

Our suppliers reserve the right to change specifications and prices without notice. Edinburgh Bicycle Cooperative will do all it can to maintain prices and specifications on this web site, however we do reserve the right to change specifications and prices without notice. Similarly, despite the wonders of modern computers, it is realistic to expect the colour of any item bought to differ subtly from the image online.