The British Eagle Roadster is a gem of a bike for any Wiggins inspired young cyclist. The 12″ frame geometry is specifically designed to fit a junior rider to make the ride as enjoyable as possible. The compact junior drop handlebars provide a wide range of adjustment thanks to the addition of a quill stem to give a large range of height adjustment. The 220mm seat post and rail adjuster saddle provide additional refinement to the fit of the bike so the bike can be set for a leisurely ride or race position. 14-speed Shimano gearing makes keeping up with the pack a breeze. The Shimano rear derailleur and stem mounted Shimano thumb shifters work in combination to allow smooth gear transitions for managing all terrains.
Lightweight alloy brake calipers, on both front and rear, along with alloy brake levers provide re-assuring braking performance. The wheel set is made from a modern 36 spoke 4×9 lacing pattern, strong and lightweight double wall alloy wheel rims, with matching British Eagle decals and 28c wide racing tyres. The wider tyres provides reassuring grip and balance whilst still maintaining the basis of a functional slick road bike tyre. The universally appealing design runs all of the way through the frame and is coordinated with matching rim decals and a junior specific British Eagle road racing saddle.
British Eagle Roadster Key Features
- Junior specific 20 inch wheel road bike, designed exclusively to fit the younger rider
- 14-speed Shimano gearing, with easy access stem mounted shifters
- The on-trend 4×9 wheel spoke pattern, deep wall rim graphics
- Road-type drop handle bars with handlebar mounted brake levers
- Front and rear alloy caliper brakes provide the responsiveness you would expect from any road bike brakes
About British Eagle
Born for speed, British Eagle returns with a vengeance to the Road market . Re-worked from the ground up, British Eagle bikes have the road at their heart and we believe there is no greater feeling than the sound of the wind rushing past you, as you feel the open road ahead. But not everyone has the budget of an Olympic athlete, and this shouldn’t mean you have to compromise.