Core Bike 2020 | Nukeproof Kids Bikes, Updated Pedals and More!

by 0

Nukeproof had a bunch of great new products to show us at Core Bike 2020 ranging from hardcore hardtails designed for kids, to new and improved flat pedals!

Nukeproof Horizon V2 Pedals

  • Price: £84.99

With a little help from flat pedal fan Sam Hill, Nukeproof has made some refinements to the already excellent Horizon pedal. After a punishing season of EWS riding, it was clear that with a little modification the Horizon pedal could be made even better so they’ve come up with a V2.

The Horizon V2 shares the same bearing, axle and pin spacing as the original but with a reshaped body that manages to avoid the nastier rock and root strikes on the trail.

We have a set of 30th Anniversary pedals for test so watch out for the review coming soon. For those of you who fancy a pair of Sam Hill’s pedals, you can pick them up in all the usual Nukeproof colours including retro purple.

Join Us – Become a Singletrack member

If you like what we do – if you like our independence then the best way to support us is by joining us. Every penny of your membership goes back into Singletrack to pay the bills and the wages of the people who work here. No shareholders to pay, just the people who create the content you love to read and watch.

Nukeproof Tubeless Valves

  • Price: £15.99
nukeproof 2020 tyre valves
Nukeproof tyre valves

Nukeproof is also offering colour coordinated tubeless valves so you’ve no excuse to go off-brand. The tubeless valves are made of CNC machined alloy and come with an integrated core remover.

Nukeproof Tubeless Tyre Repair Tool

  • Price: £19.99
Nukeproof tubeless tyre repair tool.
Nukeproof tubeless tyre repair tool.

Costing a penny less than £20, this tubeless tyre repair tool comes with a selection of rubber repair slugs. Again, it comes in a range of Nukeproof compatible colours, and it’s around half the price of other brands similar tools already on the market.

Nukeproof Chainguides

  • Price: £27.99 – £49.99
nukeproof 2020
A mix of chainguides to keep you rolling.

If you’re riding hard enough to knock or chain off even with the aid of a modern narrow-wide chainring and clutch rear mech, then you may want to think about fitting some sort of chain guide to your bike.

Nukeproof is offering a trio of chain keeping kits starting with a low-direct top mount for just £24.99. If your frame comes with ISCG mounts then you could also opt for either a £27.99 upper mount or the complete upper ISCG guide with bash guard for £49.99.

Nukeproof Cub Scout Kids Bike

  • Price: From around £1000
nukeproof 2020
Nukeproof kids bikes incoming!

We’ve been promised full details of the Nukeproof Cub Scout, but as you can see this is a kid’s specific hardtail based on the popular Scout hardcore hardtail.

This version of the bike is the 24in wheeled bike, boasting an alloy frame, Maxxis 2.4in tyres, Tektro brakes and a Manitou fork, but there will also be a 20in wheeled version and a larger 26in bike too.

Nukeproof Retro-inspired Reactor

This modern-day Reactor had been painted up to match the look of the original Nukeproof Reactor hardtail that was launched way back in the day. The carbon frame has been painted red and has been decorated with decals to match the original

Finishing kit all comes from brands that sponsor Sam Hill at the EWS including the latest Michelin DH tyres, RockShox suspension, SRAM drivetrain and of course a collection of Nukeproof own-brand kit.

That’s it from Nukeproof at Core Bike 2020, but keep an eye out for more Core Bike news coming soon.

Latest member deals

Our members get the best deals on our merchandise. Join us and become a member for free today.

Our merchandise sales are a vital source of revenue for us at Singletrack and every sale helps keep people employed and creating the content that you love. Support us by browsing through all our merch in our shop here.

Andi Sykes

Singletrack Editorial Staff

Andi is a gadget guru and mountain biker who has lived and ridden bikes in China and Spain before settling down in the Peak District to become Singletrack's social media expert. He is definitely more big travel fun than XC sufferer but his bike collection does include some rare hardtails - He's a collector and curator as well as a rider. Theory and practice in perfect balance with his inner chi, or something. As well as living life based on what he last read in a fortune cookie Andi likes nothing better than riding big travel bikes.

Leave a Reply