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Make a statement and tackle tough terrain with this Boss Vortex Steel Mens Mountain Bike.Boasting a robust hi-tensile steel frame and a Zoom branded front suspension fork, this Boss Vortex mountain bike will give you a responsive ride while taking the bumps out of the terrain.
Control is enhanced further thanks to the front and rear Zoom branded mechanical disc brakes, complete with 3-finger alloy levers that respond with reassuring feedback.
The 18 speed Shimano gearing is controlled by dual rotational shifters, for a natural and seamless gear change every time. What's more, the 2.1" wide sure-grip knobbly mountain bike tyres keep you moving in the right direction and are supported by lightweight and robust, double wall rims to provide a strong base for your ride.
Finished with a matt grey frame and oversized rim graphics, this premium mountain bike gives you style in abundance too. The full colour MTB saddle is fitted with rail adjusters to allow front to back adjustment and a long 300 mm seat post with alloy clamp provides bags of height adjustment for the best possible fit.
To complete the line-up, a sleek frame mounted front mud-guard catches the crud thrown up whilst out on your ride and adds a cool aggressive edge to the design. Suitable for inside leg measurement of 71cm - 87cm / 28-34".
Please note that this bicycle is part assembled on delivery and therefore you will be required to fit certain parts and make setup adjustments to components such as the gears and brakes prior to use and also on an ongoing basis for maintenance purposes.