Rigid mtb's ( vitus)

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  • umop3pisdn
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    Vitus is meant to be excellent for the money and sounds well suited to what you want

    qwerty
    Member

    I have the V brake version, I love it as a town/school run/tow path bike, getting it for £250 was a bonus!!! STW had a long termers review on one for premier users.

    fasthaggis
    Member

    >thread hi-jack<
    Just bought an Orange P7 frame and was thinking about a rigid fork for it.
    How does one go about working out the length of a suitable fork (normally 120 -140 suspension unit on them) ?

    ianfitz
    Member

    Do islabike still make a rigid 29er? Got good reviews and seemed v good value for money.

    Would be worth a look…

    calumf50
    Member

    Genesis make a few…

    Premier Icon molgrips
    Subscriber

    Would you take one of those proper off-roading?

    I’ve been thinking about something like that.. but with gears.

    birdo
    Member

    I m looking to get myself a rigid city/bridleway bike. The only one I can find off the shelf is the vitus dee 29. I can’t find any others . So questions are , is the vitus any good or is there any other options?

    birdo
    Member

    Genesis ones are a it over budget. Never heard of islabikes but I ll take a look. I did look at at the long termer review but I need to upgrade to premier status to read it.

    Qwerty , is there anything you want to upgrade on it. Normally at that price point there’s a corner cut somewhere.

    qwerty
    Member

    You get what you pay for, it’s a cheap bike, it’s my hack bike, unworthy of upgrades unless it wears out or breaks, yes I’d take it down some trails – but if you want to hammer it regularly it’ll probably complain. Keep it simples, ride, put in shed, repeat…

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