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Charge Cooker Midi 2 27.5+ Mountain Bike 2016 - Hardtail MTB

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Product description

PLUS IS MORE.

More grip, more control, more speed, more miles an more fun. The all-new Cooker 27 Plus range has been created to inject more action into your riding, however and wherever you go. It's our best range of all-terrain bicycles. Ever.

MORE GRIP, ABSORBS SHOCK, FAST ROLLING.

By adding high volume, lightweight 2.8" tyres to our custom 40mm wide 27Plus rims we have combined the best attributes of all other wheel sizes out there - the result; a fast rolling, responsive and hugely grippy ride. The Cooker range comes equipped with tubeless ready wheelsets: designed to run off-road at low pressures, giving controlled cushioning and maximum tread without fear of punctures.

HIGH CAPABILITY.LOW MAINTENANCE

Big volume tyres and all new frame geometry ensure the Cooker copes on the roughest terrain without the need for rear suspension. Single chainrings and wide cassettes on geared models ensure there's a gear for every occasion yet maintenance is kept to a minimum. Used as a single speed Winter trainer or an easy to maintain all rounder, the Cooker 27Plus keeps you riding whatever the weather, whatever the terrain.

WHY 27PLUS?

The all-new Cooker adventure range is designed around 27Plus wheels; 27Plus takes the best attributes of current wheel sizes, blending the performance and speed of a 29", the simple aesthetics of traditional 26" and cushioning of a fat bike tyre into one size that looks perfectly in proportion and is fit for purpose all with unparalleled grip on any terrain. This is the new standard in off-road biking. Key Features

  • Lightweight aluminium frame
  • Suntour Raidon fork
  • 27Plus wheels
  • Shimano SLX 1×10 gearing
  • Lightweight tubeless ready wheels with WTB Trailblazer tyres
  • Charge saddle and grips RaceFace bar and post.

The Charge Cooker Midi 2 27.5+ 2016 Features are:

Frame: 6061 Series, butted Aluminium. Post mount disc. Tapered headtube.

Fork: SR Suntour Raidon LO-R, 650b PLUS, lockout & rebound adjust. 15mm bolt thru

Headset: FSA No.42, integrated cartridge bearing

Bars: RaceFace Evolve, 725mm

Stem: Charge Lite MTB, 31.8mm

Shifters: Shimano SLX 10/s, RH only

Rear Mech: Shimano SLX Plus, 10/s

Chainset: FSA Comet, megatooth, 30t

Bottom Bracket: FSA EXO

Cassette: SRAM PG1020, 11-36t, 10/s

Chain: KMC X10, nickel plated

Front Brake: Tektro HDC-330, 180mm rotor

Rear Brake: Tektro HDC-330, 160mm rotor

Rims: Custom Charge midi rim. 40mm ID, Tubeless ready

Front Hub: Charge Boost Disc, sealed cartridge bearing.

Rear Hub: Charge Disc looseball cassette

Tyres: WTB Trailblazer 2.8", Dual DNA Compound, Lightweight Tubeless Casing, UST Aramid Bead Front WTB Trailblazer 2.8", Dual DNA Compound, Lightweight Tubeless Casing, UST Aramid Bead Rear

Seatpost: RaceFace Ride, 27.2mm

Pedals: MTB alloy

Charge Cooker Midi 2 27.5+ Mountain Bike 2016 - Hardtail MTB Reviews

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Overall Rating:
4.7
out of 5
4.66
Build Quality
5.00
Performance
4
Value For Money
5.00

Customer Reviews (2)

5
Quality machine

This is the second Charge bike I have owned and I am even more impressed this time around. Great quality frame which handles really well. There is always compromise and for me the handlebars are not great as I am a heavy rider and there is some flex. Tyres are great in most conditions but are a bit skittish on wet leaves and roots. The bike does come with pedals (rare nowadays) but I knew this would be the case and so purchased some Hope F20's with the bike. In all, the few minor let downs are easily remedied and for a bike which cost sub-£800 in the sale, it is a bargain.

This is the second Charge bike I have owned and I am even more impressed this time around. Great quality frame which handles really well. There is always compromise and for me the handlebars are not great as I am a heavy rider and there is some flex. Tyres are great in most conditions but are a bit skittish on wet leaves and roots. The bike does come with pedals (rare nowadays) but I knew this would be the case and so purchased some Hope F20's with the bike. In all, the few minor let downs are easily remedied and for a bike which cost sub-£800 in the sale, it is a bargain.

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4.7 out of 5
Build Quality: 5/5
Performance: 4/5
Value For Money: 5/5
5
Beast

What a bike with the + size tires feels like it just powers over rough terrain and has amazing grip but is a bit tough on steep climbs . The pedals are crap so would reccomend purchasing some new ones the supplied ones just cause pain to your foot but over the bike is a beauty looks good and rides great

What a bike with the + size tires feels like it just powers over rough terrain and has amazing grip but is a bit tough on steep climbs . The pedals are crap so would reccomend purchasing some new ones the supplied ones just cause pain to your foot but over the bike is a beauty looks good and rides great

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4.7 out of 5
Build Quality: 5/5
Performance: 4/5
Value For Money: 5/5