At Top Cycle Shops
At Top Cycle Shops
The pure road bikes are for a mix of leisure and long rides more than competition, with a smaller group of bikes that could be called cyclecross-suitable, because of their more rugged design.
We haven't found any of these bikes at discount at the moment, but there are 12 bikes on sale which you can see using the link above or the left hand menu.
This is a range of flat bar bikes equipped with disc brakes that are also fairly quick, making them ideal for urban commuting. The range of specifications within the Whyte urban bikes make it possible to get something just right for you, whether it is having hydraulic brakes, broad gearing, a carbon fork or a full carbon frame. There is a bike here for every commuter.
We've only found 1 of these bikes at a discount, which is the Whyte Sussex Bike Matt Zinc 2015 for £649.0, available at Slane Cycles.
You can still view all bike prices using the link above or the left hand menu.
The main range of Whyte road bikes is predominantly aimed at designing adaptability into the specifications. These bikes incorporate hydraulic disc brakes and the capacity for higher volume tyres which allow fast cycling on roads, while maintaining a good level of comfort over the typically variable road surfaces that we have in the UK.
You can choose from an entry level specification to a mid-price point.
Within these bike models you can also opt for something more adventurous that will allow you to go off road, but with drop handlebars. The ride stability is aided by a relaxed head angle, stretched top tube and larger tyre capacity.
We haven't found any of these bikes at discount at the moment, but there are 9 bikes on sale which you can see using the link above or the left hand menu.
These bikes give you the option of absorbing a little more rough terrain than just road cycling, as they nearly all feature front suspension and a broad gear range to make life easier if you hit gravel or rough cycle paths. The Whyte hybrid bikes are ideal for a mixture of leisure and everyday cycling, where absolute speed is not as important as comfort and enjoyment.