In part two of our blog, we single out the disc brake road bikes you can get for between £1000 and £1500. With an increased budget, you can expect to find carbon frames, full hydraulic brakesets and high performance gearing on these bikes.
Not so long ago, disc brakes on road bikes were a controversial subject. Now, any manufacturer who takes their road bikes seriously has a couple of disc brake options available. Catering to those buying on a budget, this first of two parts takes a look at the best road bikes for sale under £1000 equipped with disc brakes.
Buying a new mountain bike with £1000 in your pocket can leave you feeling spoilt for choice. To help get you started, the bikes in this list have been hand-picked for the quality and value for money they offer within your budget.
Hardly a week goes by without a new cyclocross event popping up on our radar. The fast, fun and friendly circuit racing format is an excellent way to spend a few hours on a Sunday, for both riders and spectators alike. If you want to go racing with a modest budget, these are the bikes for you.
With origins dating at least as far back as the 1900s, cyclocross has remained a consistently popular winter cycle sport for the last century. So what’s it all about then?
The market for mountain bikes under £1000 is incredibly diverse and very strong, so you’re sure to find a bike to suit your budget. Now more than ever it’s easy to find a good quality mountain bike that won’t cost you the earth. In recent years there has been increasing demand for full suspension mountain bikes for under £1000 and there are now a number of bikes which fill that gap.