Outdoor equipment retailer Go Outdoors is celebrating the Tour de France by releasing a range of new bikes. Road bikes, a flat-bar, a women’s leisure bike and new folding bikes are all now for sale on the company’s website and at selected stores.
The new collection includes the budget-priced Calibre Progress (RRP £359.99), which features an alloy frame and Shimano Claris gearing, and the Calibre Achieve (RRP £619.99), which offers a carbon fibre fork, compact drop bar, Selle Royal Seta saddle and Shimano Sora 18-speed gearing.
The Calibre Achieve
Meanwhile, the Calibre Stat (RRP £749.99) features a carbon tapered fork, Shimano’s premium 10-speed Tiagra gearing, a Shimano Rs501 wheelset and tyres from Schwalbe.
The Calibre Stat
The Calibre Filter, a flat-bar road bike (RRP £429.99), the Compass Eleanor, an aluminium-framed ladies’ leisure bike (RRP £299.99) and two folding bikes – a steel-framed Compass Nothern (RRP £219.99) and the lighter alloy-framed Compass Central (RRP £299.99) – round out the new range.
The Calibre Filter
Go Outdoors cycling buyer, Mike Sanderson, said: “All of the bikes offer features and equipment not normally available at such prices, making these bikes some of the best value on the market.”