SKU: LDB-749-MT

Enigma Etape Disc 53 (Small/Medium)

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings
(4 customer reviews)

£25.00 excl. VAT / day

7 days : -£55.00 on total
8-28 days : £17.14 / day

Frame: Titanium 3AL 2.5V 53
Forks: Enigma Carbon C-six
Gears: Shimano Ultegra 22 speed 11-34 cassette 34/50 front
Wheels: Hunt Four Seasons Disc Continental 25 tyres
Brakes: Hydraulic disc front and rear
Finishing kit: Mudguards, bottle holders, saddle bag, pump
Comments: A really excellent bike to tour the Lake Districts roads and lanes with ease.
Rider size: 5ft 4 – 5ft 8

If you’re unsure about booking online, you can contact John direct via tel: 07887731552 or email: jrsutcliffe7@icloud.com

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4 reviews for Enigma Etape Disc 53 (Small/Medium)

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    John Sutcliffe

    Slip aboard this Etape and immediately you will feel at home .Out on the open Lake District roads its difficult not to be impressed. The Etape handles very well and is more relaxes than the other Enigma models—- thanks in part to the more laid back frame geometry and a longer wheel base. The trade mark ride quality of titanium is immediately noticeable, forgiving any road unevenness for a very comfortable ride.The disc brakes and mudguards make this bike a true all weather ride.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Ben Cresswell

    John said this was the bike for me on the Broughton young farmers charity ride, as there were two nasty climbs. Im so glad I took up his suggestion as the larger gearing on the rear cassette almost helped me peddle up the steeps… but not quite.Im no cyclist but I soon realised that this is an exceptional bike the likes of which I will probably not have the opportunity to ride again.The mudguards also helped keep me clean as there was lots of water on the Cumbrian roads in late February. Thanks John for all your help.

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    Peter Hadlow (verified owner)

    The Enigma Etape was ideal for me and was set up perfectly by John. It was great to have the disc brakes, especially when descending Wrynose Pass. The bike should be good for climbing as it’s light and has low gearing, although I probably didn’t do it justice. It was also comfortable to ride, the bike having a quality Selle Italia saddle.
    The bike was a joy to ride and the customer service I had from John was impeccable.

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    Dan Rooney

    I’ve owned 2 titanium bikes in the past. A Linskey era Litespeed Vortex (6.4 cadmium/aluminium) and an American Bike Group era Litespeed Archon. The first was a great bike, the second, terrible. The Etape which John Sutcliffe rented to me was fast, responsive, climbed like a Banshee and descended very well. I highly recommend it with disc brakes if you are riding he steeps of the Lake District. It had an amazing responsiveness and I would buy one if I lived in England where it is made.

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