FORME WINSCAR 26AL £799.99 @ Ebay - Rutlandleisureoutlet 46% off
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FORME WINSCAR 26AL £799.99 @ Ebay - Rutlandleisureoutlet 46% off

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Found 8th Sep 2013
Had this bike a fortnight now and thought id post it up for anyone looking for a decent spec, lightweight XC MTB.

Perhaps the RRP of £1499 is a little high but have seen it selling for £1299 at most other places. 2013 model so reduced to clear for 2014 stock.

The parts alone on this bike are more than worth the price. Some of the highlights are the Rockshox Reba forks with poploc, Kinesis frame, Avid Elixir 3 Brakes, Easton EA70 XC wheels.

Only 17" and 19" left.

Rutland are also selling on there site but for £839

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Stripped down to a pure race thoroughbred the Winscar 26AL has one main purpose: to ride fast with no compromise.

Snappy acceleration with aggressive yet comfortable handling and sufficient clearance for particularly muddy days.

We achieve the best possible climbing characteristics using a minimum of stack with the short tapered head tube to maintain pressure on the front wheel even on the steepest climbs.

Frame: Forme HA9056 , Kinesium Super Light Narrow Tubing, Smooth Welding (1195g)
Fork: Rock Shox Reba RL 26", Dual Air, 100mm Travel With Motion Control, Poplock Remote Lockout
Cranks: FSA Length: S&M-170mm, L&XL-175mm FSA Comet MegaExo,42/32/24T
Bottom Bracket: FSA
Pedals: None
Front Derailleur: Shimano FD-M590-10, Dynasys 10spd,Top-Swing, Dual-Pull, Band Type(34.9mm)
Rear Derailleur: Shimano RD-M773SGS Shadow XT 10-Speed
Shifters: Shimano SL-M591-10 Dynasys Rapid Fire
Cassette: Shimano CS-HG62-10, 11-34T
Chain: KMC X10
Wheelset: Easton EA70 XC
Tyres: KENDA SLANT SIX, 26"x2.1"
Front Brake: SRAM Elixir 3 Hydraulic Disc Brake W/HS1 160mm Rotor, 6-Bolt Type
Rear Brake: SRAM Elixir 3 Hydraulic Disc Brake W/HS1 160mm Rotor, 6-Bolt Type
Brake Levers: Shimano SL-M591-10 Dynasys Rapid Fire
Handlebar: Forme AL60610DB, 31.8mm, 25mm Rise, 5deg Backsweep
Headset: FSA
Stem: Forme AL 6061 +7D Rise
Grips: Forme Ergofit White Kraton & Black Lock Ring
Saddle: Forme Ergofit XCR
Seat Post: Forme AL6061 27.2mmX 350mm

7 Comments

i have a touring, road and commuter bike. Do I really need a mountain bike as well?

yes, yes I do !

£800 and you have to buy pedals to use it!

gonzoholland17

£800 and you have to buy pedals to use it!



Any decent bike tends to let the rider choose what pedals they will use as there are a few clipless/clip in systems available

Just the type of thing I would forget to buy!

Never heard of Forme; but with a Kinesis frame and that build spec?- Fantastic deal !

Original Poster

Elvis F Christ

Never heard of Forme; but with a Kinesis frame and that build spec?- … Never heard of Forme; but with a Kinesis frame and that build spec?- Fantastic deal !


Hadn't heard of them either.
Took a punt buying it but seriously glad I did.

Original Poster

one 19" left on ebay @ £799
Rutland website still showing stock of 17" & 19" @ £839.99 + possible 3% Quidco
Edited by: "callum84" 12th Sep 2013
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