Shimano’s 105 groupset is the entry point into 11-speed shifting and has established itself as the benchmark for shifting efficiency and performance.This is in no small part thanks to the exceptionally smooth, precision shifting performance and incredible value. With the addition of Mavic’s ever-reliable Aksium wheelset, this ensures maximum reliability as well as long term durability. With a generous tyre clearance plus mudguard and rack compatibility, the CGR AL is designed to excel both on or off-road and across a variety of surfaces.
Shimano 105 benefits from technology and features trickled down from its premium tier siblings and makes this ‘pro level’ shifting performance more accessible. Shimano’s own 105 hydraulic disc brakes are supremely powerful with superior modulation for complete braking confidence.
The Mavic Aksium wheelset's impressive strength to weight ratio, reliability and durability make them an obvious choice for any multi-terrain bike. Schwalbe G-One tyres are fast-rolling, tubeless-ready, and versatile, a minimalist pimple tread pattern provides impressive grip across a range of terrains and surfaces.
The finishing kit is an all LEVEL affair consisting of LEVEL 1 alloy handlebars and stem with a lightweight Level 2 carbon seatpost. Completing the build and providing additional comfort in the contact areas is a foam padded Prologo Kappa RS saddle and cushioned Level cork tape, added protection from the elements is provided in the form of a set of Ribble full coverage mudguards.
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Love the look of my bike , very light and a great ride . Nice to buy British too .
Great customer service, good advice on the build and options on the bike.
Ours is a CGR. Tbh, I thought it would be good and it is - very. Its stable enough to get my wife back on a road bike after a serious ankle injury, but quick enough to get her lust for cycling back. To the extent that she has been out on it every morning since she opened the box. Frame is light and stiff. I also did not notice it to be overly jittery versus my roubaix, so perhaps the carbon post we specced was worth it.
One thing I did note is that the cockpit feels perhaps a tiny bit cramped, so maybe go and sit on one if you have long torso, short legs. Maybe just me though.
Overall exceptionally pleased. Looks great as well!