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Edinburgh Cullin 200 22" '01

Edinburgh Cullin 200 22" '01

Like the Contour 200 with suspension forks and riser bars

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Product Description


And the Cuillin 200 is like the Edinburgh Contour 200, upgraded with suspension forks and riser bars.

Upgrades from Edinburgh Cuillin 100:

  • A more robust mountain bike frame featuring a Chromoly seat tube and an oversized Avenger head tube
  • Gripshift - the gear shifters are integrated into the handlebar grip - less likely to get whacked than protruding levers
  • 21-speed Shimano gears - 7-cogs at the back offer smoother gear shifts than 5 - less of a jump between gears.
  • Quick release (QR) front wheel - easier to remove - say to 'make the bike smaller' to put it in the back of a car.
  • Better quality V-brakes with Allen key-fitting brake blocks (they're nutted on Cuillin 100).
  • Gel saddle - comfort. Micro-adjust alloy seatpost - lighter, longer, and enables more fine adjustment than a plain steel seatpin.
  • Tioga pedals - toeclip compatible


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Technical Data


Steel Mountain frame with CrMo seat tube


Chili CH325 suspension fork coil spring. 50mm travel


Alloy rims & hubs, solid spindle rear, quick release (QR) front

 26 x 1.9” centre-ridge tyres


21-speed Gripshift

Shimano Tourney gears

 Alloy cranks 28/38/48
 Shimano 14-28 freewheel

Tioga pedals - toeclip compatible


Vuelta Duralite alloy V-brakes


Satin-finish riser handlebars Aheadstem

Saddle:Gel saddle


Alloy micro-adjust seatpin. Allen key binder bolt


16, 18, 20, 22”





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