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Edinburgh Cullin 300 '01

Edinburgh Cullin 300 '01

Front suspension and Shimano EZ Fire-equipped alloy ATB at a great price

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Product Description



The Cuillin 300 is built on the same awesome value-for-money 'platform' as the Contour 300, so it shares the lightweight efficiency of an aluminium frame and the EZ-Fire simplicity of Shimano trigger-shift gearing.

Upgrades from Edinburgh Cuillin 200:

  • 7005 series aluminium frame - lighter weight and more flex resistant - so it's much easier to ride uphill.
  • Chili CH550 fork offers more travel for less weight, while the MCU bumpers offer better damping.
  • Shimano Acera EZ Fire push-button shifters and Alivio rear gear - a level of equipment more common on £300 bikes.
  • Better wheels with Rigida double-wall rims and quick release (QR) front & rear hubs - convenience.
  • Real Shimano brake levers.
  • Alloy riser bars - lighter than steel.
  • Aluminium front loader Aheadstem.


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Technical Data


7005-Series Aluminium


Chili CH550 suspension fork. MCU-damped. Coil spring aluminium legs and crown. 60mm travel


Rigida rims

 Alloy QR hubs
 26 x 1.9” centre-ridge tyres


21-speed Shimano EZ Fire shifters

Shimano Alivio rear gear. Shimano Tourney front gear


Alloy cranks 28/38/48

 Shimano 14-28 freewheel

Tioga pedals - toeclip compatible


Vuelta Duralite alloy V-brakes. Shimano Acera levers


Aluminium riser bars. Front-loader alloy Aheadstem

Saddle:Gel saddle


Alloy micro-adjust seatpin. Allen key binder bolt


18, 20, 22”





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