October 7, 2009
Whyte have officially announced that they will be launching their new, 2010 bike range at this week’s Cycle Show.
Amongst the tide of new bikes, Whyte will be showing off three of their favourite new creations.
The Whyte ‘901’ is their new entry level hard-tail which will retail at £1099. It uses the same “trail” geometry as the 905 frame, and comes with a Rockshox Recon Race suspension fork and Sram transmission, featuring the new X9 rear Derailleur.
The ‘E-120 S’ is Whyte’s entry level full-suspension bike, retailing at £2699. Included in the bike as standard are Avid Elixir brakes, Sram X9 shifting and a Rockshox Reba fork.
Whyte’s new top of the line race bike is the ‘19 Carbon Works XX’ which is set to retail at £3999. Finished with full Sram XX group set, Avid XX brakes, Easton EA90 seatpost and Monkeylite SL handlebars. Whyte claim the complete bike will weigh less than 20lbs.
Whyte can found at the London Cycle show on stand D23, at Earls Court 8-11 October.
You can still get a discounted ticket to the Cycle Show for just £10.00, saving £4.50 off the on the door price. Simply visit www.cycleshow.co.uk/stm and enter the discount code STM when prompted.