The guys from Pinnacle dropped by today to give us a sneak peak at their 2008 range of bikes. The range of bikes, exclusively available from Evans Cycles have done well in recent tests, from the mountain bikes to the commuter and road bicycles.
Here are some of the new range of mountain bikes:
Pinnacle Aura Infinity
Pinnacle a7 DIRECT4 frame with Project Aura geometry and custom tuned Fox Float R shock.
Spinner SW7 forks with 80mm travel, adjustable rebound and lockout.
Nice paint job
Pinnacle Tharpu Peak 3.0
Top of the range full susser with anodised a7 custom butted frame. Fox F100RL forks with 100mm travel, rebound adjustment and lockout. Deore XT with Shadow rear derailleur; Mavic Crossride wheels.
Fox Float RP2 rear shock with XV air sleeve and 100mm of custom tuned travel.
New Avid Juicy 5’s with a slimmed down lever body running on 160mm rotors.
Top of the range hardtail with a carbon fibre wishbone, Fox F80 forks, XT chainset, and disc brakes, Shadow rear derailleur.
Pinnacle Trojan 2
The flagship model in the Pinnacle jump bike range, the Trojan boasts RockShox Argyle 302 coil forks, Avid BB5 disk brakes with Avid FR-5 levers.
Pinnacle Cro-Mo custom steel frame.
Bash guard. [FSA] Guards against, erm, bashes.
UNI-D Dropout system, and comes with a singlespeed conversion kit.
The cable goes through the headset. It’s magic! Where’s Debbie McGee?