Singular Cycles launch new Peregrine frameset
By Matthew Cole | Thursday, September 4, 2008 10.11am
There’s enough clearance for 2.0” wide 29” tyres for true off-roading, or a nice fat 700x37 BikeRadar
Singular Cycles, a UK based company, have just launched their Peregrine frameset. Designed to offer the rider a potential range of uses, it can be built into a commuter, tourer, cross bike or 29er.
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The £400 Peregrine frameset appears to be a traditional lugged road bike with a horizontal top tube, but look closer and there are disc brakes, rack mounts, mudguard mounts, eccentric bottom bracket shell, and clearance for up to 2.0" wide tyres.
The framesets are available through the Singular Cycles dealer network and via the Singular Cycles website. Appropriate build kits to suit a variety of purposes are also available.
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