Calibre’s popular Bossnut becomes the Triple B Pro in this limited edition build costing £1900.
Calibre bikes are regarded as some of the best performing budget bikes on the market and the Bossnut is often THE budget full-suspension bike to have thanks to its sorted geometry and efficient suspension platform. Though it’s not a big-ticket frameset the reach and angles put you in a great position and the 130/140mm of travel is great for ironing out trail chatter and taking the sting out for jumps.
The Triple B Pro takes the Bossnut’s chassis and builds it up with a mix of well thought out components that will squeeze even more speed, air and fun out of the frame while keeping the cost firmly below £2000.
In typical Calibre fashion, the component package is a very nicely thought out list of parts with an eye for building confidence and adding performance rather than adding unnecessary bling. A great example of this is the tyre choice, there aren’t many sub £2k bikes on the market that ship with the latest Schwalbe Hans Dampf and Magic Mary, nor are there many budget full bouncers with a Monarch Debonair RC3 shock fitted as stock.
The rest of the package follows this no-nonsense ethos with a 12-speed SRAM drivetrain using a mix of NX and GX parts, a pair of RockShox Revelation RC3 forks, a KS Rage dropper post and WTB i29 wheels.
Go Outdoors will be offering the Limited Edition Triple B Pro in-store from today (12th November) and discount cardholder can pick one up for just £1900. This price point has the new Triple B Pro listed at £400 less than the most affordable Canyon Spectral and around the same price as a YT Jeffsy (if they’re ever in stock).
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