We review the Calibre Bossnut from the Go Outdoors superstore chain.
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Author: Mountain Bike Rider
can it be shipped internationaly ?
very nice bike for weekend and beginner riders,even a bit more technical ones
Hi this bike is not to slow ,to straight road ?
I’m selling a XL (21.5″) Calibre Beastnut if anyone is interested – http://ebay.eu/2wPdyCM
This review pretty much sold me the bike, and gave me suggestions on setup.
Where can I buy one in the us?
What about the voodoo zobop?
Does it have a 15mm axle in the back also I’m about 5’6″ what size should I get
with some renthal bars and stem and a 2 by system my mates one of this rides amazing and feels 1 million not 1000
Look forward to seeing what you think of v2 coming out in june! 🙂 Always been quite interested in the Bossnut it seems a great bike for the money!
if you order online the website assumes you have a discount card. no codes need inputting. I have a bossnut being riding it 3 times a week for a year on the single track and dh routes in longleat woods and have had no issues.
That was filmed in peaslake
Great vids guys! Love it and love the bike can’t wait to get mine!
Anyone know where that trail is? Looks really good!
Anyone know where this was filmed?
Where are these trails
Had one and it was great to ride but the bushings and bolt for the rear shock were not machined in the right size so it would give about a mm or 2 of movement no matter how tight the bolt is, then after taking it too the shop 5 times it still wasnt fixed and then I blew the seals on the shock after 4 months and got a new one for free and then blew out another shock after a month, I know this isn’t the bikes fault but still wouldn’t expect it to happen and I don’t do crazy drops or bottom it out but in all its a great bike for the price but there might be a few niggling problems
been looking at this bike for ages and i think you have made my decision for me
Seems nice, would porbably throw in a singe chainring up front, shorter stem and think about upgrading the front suspension, which would come out cheap anyways for the price of the bike.
only done 200 miles on mine and the rear linkages are shot ,the real pain in the ass is I have to drive an hour to get to the nearest go out doors!!!!