Whyte Wessex review

Whyte Wessex review

Whyte’s Wessex is designed for typical British conditions, and we all know that means everything from billiard table-smooth tarmac to unmade roads, and rain. On paper, tubeless 30mm tyres, thru-axles, hydraulic disc brakes and neat mudguards, plus an all-carbon frameset, make the Wessex a serious contender for anyone looking for a year-round ride. Ribble CGR SL 105 review Best road bike pedals 2019 It’s certainly a nice-looking machine. The bow-legged fork blends smoothly into the tapered head-tube, with plenty of room for the 42mm-wide mudguard, which is fixed to the wide fork crown. An internal seatpost clamp creates a clean-looking top tube and gets a rubber cover to seal it from the weather. Seemingly de rigueur slim, dropped seatstays, deep boxy chainstays and a seat-tube shape that follows the rear mudguard’s curve the closer it gets to the bottom bracket, plus well-sealed internal cable routing ports, show that both practical ...

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