The entry level G-170 features an alloy frame, a SRAM NX Eagle groupset, a RockShox Yari RC fork and Whyte’s own finishing kit, including its own dropper post.
This comes in at £2,399.
2019 Whyte G-170C Works
The G-170 C works is the top-end long-travel buildWhyte
The G-170C is the carbon version of the new bike and comes with a tasty build kit, with a SRAM X01 Eagle groupset, which is matched with SRAM Code RSC brakes, a RockShox Lyrik RC2 fork and Hope Pro 4 hubs that are laced to Whyte’s own 30mm wide carbon rims.
All of this carbon loveliness comes in at £5,250.
G-170C Works 29er
The new 29er version of the G-170 Works is built around a coil shockWhyte
The 29er version has an almost identical build as the regular G-170C works but with the rims, tyres and fork all in 29in form.
2019 Whyte S-150
The S-150 is Whyte’s long-travel dedicated 29er platform that we’ve grown very fond of since it first launched last April.
The geometry of the 150mm travel bike remains unchanged for 2019 and retains the same short offset fork, but sees upgrades to the builds across the board.
2019 Whyte S-150 range overview
2019 S-150 S
The S-150 S is the entry-level modelWhyte
The entry-level S-150 is built around an alloy frameset and features a SRAM GX Eagle groupset, a RockShox Revelation RC fork with the aforementioned short offset and SRAM Guide T brakes.
This comes in at £2,699.
2019 S-150C Works
The S-150 C Works is a damn fine lookin’ bikeWhyte
The top-flight S-150 is built around a carbon frameset, a SRAM XX1/X01 mixed groupset, a RockShox Pike RCT3 fork, Whyte’s own 30mm-wide carbon rims laced to Hope Pro 4 wheels and SRAM Guide RSC brakes.
Such a dreamy build comes in at an understandably heady £4,999.