Up to 24% off Merlin carbon and aluminium road and gravel wheels
Friday, July 31, 2020 - 17:36
Merlin has just had a stock refresh of its wheelset range, including some bargain options for road and gravel bikes.
If you’re on the hunt for a new set of wheels then you might want to take a look at Merlin Cycles.
The cycle retailer launched its own line of bikes a few years ago and there are now wheelset options too.
Unsurprisingly for Merlin, the prices are brilliant, so if you’re on a tight budget then these are well worth a look.
The most notable wheels for us are the carbon clinchers for disc-brake road bikes.
Called the CDR-1, these feature a 50mm deep, 25mm wide carbon rim laced to aluminium hubs with 6-bolt rotor attachments.
There is also the GDA-1 for gravel bikes that features Shimano centre lock hubs at just £139.
Merlin Wheelset Range Sale
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About Merlin Cycles
Merlin Cycles was initially a mail-order business started in June 1993 by John Moss in the spare bedroom of his house in Whittle Le Woods near Chorley. A few months later the company opened a shop premises in Ormskirk, Lancashire. In 1998 Merlin Cycles moved to larger shop premises in Leyland.
Merlin Cycles spent ten years on the Leyland premises. During this time they began designing their own mountain bikes, including the Rock Lobster steel hardtails and then the Malt aluminium hardtails.
From an original concentration on the UK mountain bike market, recent years has seen the company switch to catering equally for the increasing road cycling market. In 2008 the company moved to their current shop, warehouse and office premises in Buckshaw Village, Chorley.
In 2012 Merlin Cycles began as the sole importer of Dutch-based bike company Sensa. Merlin Cycles now have an exclusive UK deal with Sensa
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