Tag Archives: Whyte BIkes

Breaking the rules – Whyte S 150 review

For years the rule was 26” despite its poor performance. And that is why dissenters have been saying, since the eighties, that the wheel needed to be bigger. Then someone threw away the rule book and, easy, fast, comfortable and … Continue reading

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Whyte Gisburn gravel bike review

A few months ago I reviewed the Whyte Saxon Cross. It was a fair review as I was riding a Niner RLT9 at the time. The Saxon was good but lacked a few key elements to make it a great … Continue reading

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Who are Whyte Bikes?

The early days in UK mountain biking Back in the day when men were men and sheep were nervous (Mint Sauce) there were less brands and the boys to shake things up were Kona (me – JP) and Marin. Those … Continue reading

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