Voodoo Bizango 29er Review

Voodoo Bizango 29er review

This is certainly one of the best, if not the best, mountain bikes you can buy for under £750. Better still, it’s a useful £100 within that milestone and we’ve seen it discounted further on Halfords' website . So what makes it so good? Best mountain bike: how to choose the right one for you What to wear mountain biking Voodoo Bizango 29er frame The aluminium tubes are butted — the walls are thinner in the middle of the tube to save weight. This partly explains the Bizango’s impressive 13.2kg weight, which I measured on the largest of four frame sizes (22in). The frame accommodates internally-routed dropper posts should you choose to upgrade, but the kinked seat tube means there’s only space inside the frame for one water bottle cage. The frame’s tyre clearance is not the widest, but you could fit slightly bigger tyres than the 2.25in Maxxis Ardents ...

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