Boardman Mountain Bike Pro Full Suspension 27.5" - 16", 18", 19", 20" Frames
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Boardman Mountain Bike Pro Full Suspension 27.5"Aggressive trail riding is what the Boardman Mountain Bike Pro Full Suspension 27.5" was made for. With a silky smooth and controlled 140mm RockShox Pike RC fork and the highly adjustable RockShox Monarch RT rear shock, the MTB Pro FS can be dialled to your preferred trail and riding style. The frame and fork is complemented by the fantastic SRAM GX 1x11 groupset and supremely powerful SRAM Guide 4 piston hydraulic disc brakes. All this adds up to a bike that is stiff and lightweight with excellent handling, traction and pedalling dynamics for a peerless ride experience on any trail.
- Frame: Lightweight triple butted X9 aluminium with 130mm RockShox Monarch RT rear shock featuring rebound and compression adjustment
- Forks: RockShox Pike RC 140mm suspension fork with rebound and compression adjustment
- Gears: SRAM GX 1x11 speed groupset offers a very wide gear range with no ratio cross over or duplication
- Brakes: SRAM Guide 4 piston hydraulic disc brakes for enhanced power, control and modulation
- Wheels: 27.5" Mavic XM319 aluminium rims with Continental Trail King tyres for great performance on all terrains
- Please note that pedals are included with this bike
Boardman Mountain Bike Pro Full Suspension 27.5" Extra Info
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Height (Inch) Height (cm) Frame Size 5' 1" - 5' 5" 156 - 167 16" 5' 6" - 5' 8" 170 - 175 18" 5' 10" - 6' 1" 178 - 185 19"
FS Pro S M L 16" 18" 19" Top Tube (effective) (mm) TT 590 610 630 Seat Tube Length (mm) ST 410 460 483 Head Tube Length (mm) HT 110 120 130 Head Angle (Degrees) HA 68.5 68.5 68.5 Seat Angle (Degrees) SA 73.5 73 73 Chain Stay Length (mm) CS 430 430 430 Fork Offset (Rake) (mm) FO 42 42 42 Bottom Bracket Drop (mm) BB drop 20 20 20 Crank Length (mm) - 170 175 175 Stem Length (mm) - 50 50 50 Handlebar Width (mm) - 720 740 740
Age: Teen + Approximate Weight (KG): 13kg Brake Type: Hydraulic Disc Brakes Forks: RockShox Pike RC solo air fork with 140mm Travel Frame Material: Alloy Gender: Mens Number of Gears: 11 Pedals Included: Yes Suspension: Full Suspension Wheel Size: 27.5" Bottom Bracket: Included in Chainset Cassette/Freewheel: SRAM XG1150 11SPD 10-42T Chain: KMC X11 11speed Chainset: FSA Comet, 1x11, 32T Fork Lock-out: No Fork travel: 140mm Forks - Adjustable damping: Yes Frame: Triple butted X9 alloy with smooth welds and RockShox Monarch RT air shock Front Brake: SRAM Guide R 180mm Rotor/ 160mm Centreline Rotor Front Hub: 15mm QR - 32 Hole Gear Shifters: SRAM GX 1x11 Trigger Geometry: Boardman MTB Full Suspension Handlebar Type: Flat Handlebars: Boardman - 720mm(S) 740mm(M,L)- 31.8 with 25mm Rise Headset: FSA Orbit C-40 ACB/Industrial 1.1/8" to 1.1/2" Tapered - Integrated Pedals: Wellgo Platform - 9/16" Rear Brake: SRAM Guide R 180/160mm Rotor Rear Hub: 12 x 142mm Bolt Through Rear Mech: SRAM GX 11 Speed Rear Shock: Rockshox Monarch RT Rims: Mavic XM319 - 32 Hole Saddle: Prologo Nago Evo X15 Seatpost: Boardman - 31.6mm - 350mm(S+M) 400mm (L) with offset Stem: Boardman - 55mm - 31.8mm Type: Mountain Bikes Tyre Size: 27.5" x 2.2" Tyres: Continental Trail King 27.5 x 2.2 Folding
Boardman Mountain Bike Pro Full Suspension 27.5" - 16", 18", 19", 20" Frames is rated out of 5 by 42.Rated 4 out of 5 by Wilko95 from Great budget bike Only had it 2 days and blasted round a few trails, all I can say is it's excellent for the price. Once you've set up the suspension and done some fine tuning it feels superb. I won't go into to much detail and get too technical but the spec you get for this price is excellent.Date published: 2018-03-10Rated 4 out of 5 by Mryoung from 13 year old boy with his new bike I got the Boardman it is amazing but there is something that is annoying on the gears one of the gears it will just start skipping it for some reason does anyone know what’s wrong with it ?Date published: 2018-02-04Rated 4 out of 5 by X1dan from Good value base spec, not without its issues I have had my FS PRO for just over 18 months, and for the most part it has been great. However, there are a few issues, some which other reviewers have mentioned others that haven't. The rear mech hanger was made of cheese, it broke as I changed gear up a climb. Halfords replaced it with a betd 403 which has so far been fine. I still bought a spare to carry in my pack just in case. The paintwork is very easily scratched/marked especially the chain stays and seat tube. The FSA chainring on my early model was a 3 bolt variant (I believe later models are direct mount, which should mean a reasonably priced alternative can be found) which was going to be £60 to replace. I took the opportunity to upgrade to SRAM GX cranks and chainring for £75, a replacement SRAM chainring is £30 ish. I am 6ft and almost 16 stone with all my riding kit and have had numerous broken spokes on the rear wheel. After taking it back to Halfords 3 times they replaced the wheel. The new one has been exactly the same. The spec on this bike, for the money, is unbeatable. However to keep costs down Boardman have obviously used cheap spokes, hubs, seat post, handlebars, rear axle, stem, grips and tyres. Most of these can be upgraded over time relatively cheaply. The frame has a hole in the seat tube to enable a stealth routed dropper post to be fitted. In my opinion a dropper post is the single most important upgrade you can make to a bike. Don't deliberate, just get one, you will not regret it. The frame geometry is a fair compromise for both downhill hooning and effective climbing, making longer xc type rides do-able. I can get the seat as it wasn't comfortable for me but they are a personal thing so that's nothing against the bike. The rockshox suspension is great once set up well. Watch some videos on YouTube for how to do it. And really consider adding some air volume spacers to make it more progressive. Once set up this bike will handle just as well if not better than big name bikes twice it's price. If it is well maintained and regularly lubed it'll do you proud, don't listen to the bike snobsDate published: 2018-01-24Rated 5 out of 5 by JamieM123 from Overall great bike Obviously this bike is great value for money with the pike up front and the ability to add volume reducer spacers easily makes the bike feel really play full. Now here are the only issues I found, the mech hanger is too thin to last more than a few hard landing and I would buy a spare from betd(hanger 403) straight away as it will eventually brake. Also, the rockshox monarch is a good shock however a bit of a pain to fit the volume reducer spacers and I would recommend at least 4(It comes with none), the brakes also need a sram specific bleed edge tool which wont work will any other ceringes than sram specific ones and the tyres are not ideal for agressive riding but apart from that the bike feel agile light and very capable even when large gap jumps are being attempted(and cassing them). Also I have attempted to run tubless on the standard rims with maxxis TR tyres and it seems to be holding well without burping easily, which is a massive bonus as the rims arent TR rims.Date published: 2017-11-25Rated 4 out of 5 by Lewiskl14 from Great for the money This bike is great for the money unmached for the spec at this price point.with the pikes and guides and the gx 1by 11 its great. The suspention feels grest but i have found the shock is not very progessive but volume bands shoukd do the trick. The mavic rims have held up im about 13 stone quite heavy for a 16 year old and yes the back wheel is not perfectly in true but i case alot and it takes some big hits. The bike is decently light can can climb. However some of the cons are the amount of things that break ivr managed to bend a crank which i have replaced with the shram gx and got a new bottem bracket ive had to replace the derailer hanger once which can be expected as it is the part thats ment to break but the boarman ones are expencive and the breaks already need a bleed. The tires that come on the bike arnt great which i will be upgrading shortly i once had six rides in a row with punchers they also do not grip very well in the wet. But over all im loveing the bike after 4 months and its mostly intact and i do some bike jumps and fall alot down danbury common and it can also handle the rocks down all of the hadiligh olymic black trackl so its capable. I also love how it feels in the air it becons you to take of on ebery little jump and its nimble enough to trick on but also dureble to take alot of downhills.Date published: 2017-11-10Rated 1 out of 5 by slkao from Easily breakable is very good I had to replace the front rim 2 times at the same trail the trigger shifters get dirty inside very easily also the workers were not nice and the lines were too longDate published: 2017-10-30Rated 3 out of 5 by Bluregard from Great bike to start with, cant take hard riding Ive had the bike for roughly 6 months and it started off as a great bike after light testing i found myself more confident after upgrading to this from the new range comp. After a few rides i was getting the bike out of the garage and it slid down the wall it was resting on and hit the rear deralliur bending the hanger and leaving a small crack in the hanger, 30 pounds later and the hanger is replaced returning the gears to normal after a light calibration. After a the truely heavy test of a 24hr race in the rain mud and everything that comes with it, the crank set came loose half way through a lap and due to the heavy mud and rain i had not realised, after initially not knowing what the problem was i had it looked at by halfords, the answer was that it wasnt a warrantee issuse as it had been ridden like it, which is fair enough but still dissapointing. From the beginning the brakes have been fairly spongey and required a heavy bleed when taken out of the box which adjustment and calibration never improved. Overall i started off loving this bike however over time it is becoming more expensive and alot of work to maintain.Date published: 2017-08-12Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous from More to come..... After much research on more expensive 'designer' bikes, I decided this to be 'the one'. Got a good deal and I love this bike - especially the level of components and looks. It feels solid yet nimble, fast yet predictable and puts a smile on my face every ride. But.......After much adjusting, research and advice seeking - I simply cannot get the gear shifting to work!!! It's OK when at a steady pace on flat ground but jumps about all over the place when things get pacey and bumpy. Awful so far. Really gutted atm. Awaiting replies from Halfords / Boardman.....Date published: 2017-07-16
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