This new bike with beautiful Italian styling, made from 3AL-2.5V Titanium, has just joined our hire fleet. Newly built in May 2014 by Dave of DC Cycles, Ulverston, with Campagnolo Record Drive train, and Record hubs on Pianni wheels.
However this Enigma Esprit, designed in the UK, is not just about good looks and the highest specifications, look behind the classic lines and you will find a very modern machine in both materials and construction. This is a multi purpose bike with high levels of comfort suitable for high speed touring, fast descents, rugged climbs or just long treks and even the odd pootle! The Esprit definitely catches the spirit of titanium and delivers sheer cycling pleasure in abundance.
‘This fast sexy thoroughbred is beautifully balanced’
‘Enigma’s Esprit distils the spirit of Titanium into one of the most efficacious bikes available. With its light weight and classic proportions it makes you feel part of the new Titanium renaissance. Like a champion pugilist the Esprit is light and quick on its toes but remains rock solid and comfortable in the face of any threat.’
“Rides smooth and holds the road like superglue”
“Classic looks and classic performance”
“On the road the Enigma Esprit is magic and is perfectly dialled on the road”
These are just a few of the rave reviews on this bike which is available to hire on a daily or weekly rate and will accommodate riders varying in height from 5’8″ to over 6 ft.
Book it today and enjoy your cycling in the Lake District.
The Enigma Esprit features:
- Classic level geometry
- Double butted, Esprit specific EST tubeset
- 1 1’8″ non integrated head tube
- Campagnolo Record bottom bracket 53-39
- Bright brushed finish of natural Titanium weight from 1240 grams.
- Campagnolo Record hubs with DT Swiss spokes on Pianni Aero Paris Roubaix rims
- Blyte 4ZR cycling performance Carbon front fork
- Campagnolo 12-30 cassette [10 speed]
- Campagnolo Record drive train
- Campagnolo Record ergo gear/brake levers
- Selle Italia Matic turbo Titanium saddle.
For more information on the full range of British designed and built Titanium bikes please visit: www.enigmabikes.com