This Boardman MTB Team Carbon is no longer available although you may find similar or newer versions below:
MTB Team Carbon has a race weight full carbon frame with cutting edge technology and detail, combined with XC/trail geometry and impressive spec equals a bike designed to perform in World Cup XC races and to experience the local trails faster.
|Number of gears:||20|
|Front Axle Type:||9mm QR|
|Fork Material:||Aluminium Alloy|
|Steerer:||Tapered 1 1/8 - 1 1/2|
|Bottle Cage Mounts:||Double|
|Wheel Size:||26" (559)|
|Brake Type:||Hydraulic Disc Brake|
New superlight high modulus full carbon frame with a XC/trail geometry that is designed to work with either 100 or 120mm travel forks. The tube profiles are designed specifically for the stresses and demands of MTB racing and riding.
The oversize box section down tube tapers away from the bottom bracket for increased torsional stiffness and the tapered headtube increases front end stiffness and steering precision.
Note: Manufacturer may reserve the right to change the specification of that listed or shown on this page.
If you are looking for a mountain bike that can comfortably negotiate bumpy, cross-country, singletracks yet still be quick and nimble on the road, then a hardtail bike is for you. Hard tail mountain bikes have front suspension, weigh less and are more pedal efficient when the terrain is smooth, than full suss bikes. A good number of single track racers still use hardtails for these reasons. At wiggle, we stock a wide variety of hardtail mountain bike brands including Felt, Focus, GT, Kona, Mongoose, Saracen and more. So if you are searching for superb, quality spec hardtail mountain bikes at great value with a legendary service to match, then you've come to the right place.
The latest exciting range of Boardman bikes inspired by a true
From mountain and road to performance hybrid and track bikes there is
something in the range for everyone - so no matter what kind of bike you
ride, or what level you’re at, Boardman keep your cycling experience at the
forefront of their minds.
Chris Boardman MBE, record holder of the fastest ever Tour de France Prologue, achieved many victories throughout his illustrious career including World Champion, National Champion (at both Junior and Senior level winning over 30 titles) and his iconic Olympic Gold Medal winning performance aboard the famous Lotus track bike.
Chris has represented his country at four Olympic Games, the Commonwealth Games and the World Championships, and went on to work at the cutting edge of bike design with the record breaking Beijing Olympic track team and now brings his expertise to you through Boardman Bikes.
At Wiggle we measure each of our bikes to build accurate size charts. When you place an order for a bike, we ask for your height and inside leg measurements. Our team of qualified mechanics will check your measurements against the size chart to make sure that the size you choose will fit you correctly.
|Height||inches||61″ - 67″||68″ - 70″||72″+|
|cm||155 - 170cm||173 - 178cm||183cm+|
|Inside Leg||inches||27″ - 30″||29″ - 34″||33″+|
|cm||69 - 76cm||74 - 86cm||84cm+|
|A. Seat Tube - Center to Top||mm||408mm||457mm||483mm|
|B. Top Tube (Virtual)||mm||565mm||590mm||615mm|
|C. Head Tube||mm||115mm||115mm||120mm|
|D. Head Tube Angle||Degrees||69°||69°||69°|
|E. Seat Tube Angle||Degrees||72.5°||72.5°||72.5°|
|F. Chainstay Length||mm||420mm||420mm||420mm|
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Replacing 2010's Cycle To Work scheme friendly bike of the same name, which garnered such acclaim from consumers and magazines alike, the new look 2011 Team Carbon though very similar at first glance has seen some modifications outside of just its price. Still a carbon monocoque with oversized aero profile downtube and carbon for, the box section chainstays have been beefed up to channel all and any power you generate more effectively through to the rear wheel and the Team Carbon now benefits from a BB30 bottom bracket which does stiffen things up noticeably. The updated version we can confirm has subtly refined and improved on what was already an outstanding entry-level carbon bike. It's still lightning quick, still incredibly responsive and still boasts a ride quality almost unrivalled of a under £2000, but its a slightly stiffer and slightly more responsive bike this time out. Equipped with an FSA compact chainset and Shimano 105 drivetrain components gear changes are smooth as you will have come to expect from 105, and the Mavic Aksium wheelset is a go-to manufacturer wheel choice for good reason, they're dependable and effective.
Would we buy it? One hundred percent yes, despite the increase in price on 2010's model this still represents incredible value for money both in terms of the components it's decked out with and more importantly the ride feel and excitement it offers the rider. Quite simply this has to be in the running if you're looking for an affordable carbon road bike.
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