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Posted 2 September 2023

Dallingridge Optimum Unisex Road Bike - £169.99

£169.99£220.9923% off
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This Dallingridge Optimum has been designed with the pace aspiring, aerodynamic characteristics of a traditional road bike, without the un-necessary bells & whistles shooting the price up

Road cycling is possibly the most energy efficient, fast paced form of cycling there is. Their aerodynamic design and slender aesthetic allow you to split through the headwind and maintain the pace you've grafted to gain, while the combination of larger 700c wheels and slim, 120psi capable tyres minimise rolling resistance.
This Dallingridge Optimum Road Bike has been designed with these core characteristics, without the un-necessary bells & whistles shooting the price up. If you're someone who embarks on a lengthy, or congested commute, or just love the idea of hitting the open road without breaking the bank; the Optimum is a great place to start.
Based around a robust Steel road frame and tapered fork, rolling on 700c Alloy wheels and 25c tyres to achieve that rigid, direct and confidence aspiring riding feel. Dallingridge have included an 14 speed Shimano gearing system with centre mounted SIS shifters, broadening the bikes, and indeed, rider's capability should it come to a stubborn ascent or aggressive descent.
Braking is taken care of by a traditional, simplistic calliper system with authentic drop-bar levers.
A great foot in the door to the world of road cycling.
Frame: Road Frame, Alloy - 20"
Fork: 700c Blade Fork, Steel
Handlebars: Authentic Drop-Bar
Stem: A-Head Alloy
Gearing: Shimano Tourney 14 Speed
Shifters: SIS Thumb Shift, Centre Mounted
Brakes: Calliper Road
Levers: Drop-Bar Lever
Pedals: Strap-In, 9/16"
Saddle: DRB Pace, Red
Seatpost: Micro-Adjust, Alloy
Wheels: 700c Road, CNC Braking Surface, Q/R Front Hub
Tyres: 700c x 25c Road, Black
Weight: 14KG (Approx.)
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  1. charliedog's avatar
    Any good please
    JonF992's avatar
    No. Extremely heavy, absolutely bottom of the range components, awful gear shifters. From the little you can see, brakes and gear range look awful as well, wheels likely to be terrible. It's also only available in 51cm (small). This isn't about being snobbish and thinking the only worthwhile bikes cost £1,000s - for years, my only mode of transport was a used Carlton Corsair touring bike bought from Camden market. It's just that this bike is below the minimum level for reasonable function.

    If you only have £170 to spend on a bike, find someone knowledgable about bikes and get them to help you buy something decent second hand.
  2. LadyEleanor's avatar
    Err No. Even the shifters are shifty. (edited)
  3. Superman_turbo_pro_3000's avatar
    14kg is heavy. My triban 520 is 9.7kg and that's no longer light, more like average or just above!
  4. YikYak's avatar
    good for turbo trainer?
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