Canadian-based Brodie have introduced two new models to their 2009 lineup, and they’ve made improvements to existing bikes too.
Heading up the new trail bike range is the £2,350 Ethos, a 120mm full-suspension cross-country marathon bike, built for climbing and descending in equal measure.
It comes kitted out with Marzocchi Bomber 44 ATA forks, a Marzocchi Roco-LO Air Carbon rear shock, Shimano M575 disc brakes and Shimano XT shifting kit.
Simon Wilson, from Brodie’s
Brodie’s freeride Descension range has been revised with a new stronger and lighter frameset, while the Hardass freeride hardtail range has improved frame designs and a tweaked spec list.
Of the new mountain bikes, Simon said: “When Brodie build and design a bike they don't just go for the lightest and work from there, they build a bike that will last on the tough demanding trails of
2009 marks Brodie’s move into the steel bike arena with their Heritage range too. There’s something for everyone with a mountain bike, disc brake-equipped cyclo-cross/commuter/tourer in the shape of the Ronin, the Elan touring bike and an old-school racer, the Romax.
For more details on the bikes, go to progressive-bikes.co.uk