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Tough climbs and fun, flowing descents. Aching muscles and smiling faces. Long days in the country or just messing about in the woods.

Mountain biking. Ready when you are.

New to MTB? Welcome to the most fun you can have on two wheels. But to take on the trails, you are going to need a bike that is up to the job.

Introducing the Nucleus 0.1. A tough, practical and reliable package aimed firmly at the newcomer to the sport who wants to enjoy everything it has to offer.

Built around our triple-butted, heat-treated 6.61 aluminium frame, the Nucleus 0.1 offers 100mm of front suspension travel via an SR Suntour XCR fork with lockout mode for city streets or fireroad climbs; high-volume WTB tyres for comfort and grip; powerful Avid Juicy disc brakes for reliable stopping power – even in the wet – and a 24-speed SRAM X4 transmission with Truvativ X-Flow chainset.

Finished with high-quality parts from Vitus and WTB, the Nucleus 0.1 is the perfect introduction to the fun of off-road riding as well as being ideally suited to city commuting, towpath trails and more.

Nucleus. The trail awaits.


FrameTriple Butted 6.61 Aluminium
ForksSuntour SR XCR
ChainsetTruvativ Xflow
Bottom Bracket
ShiftersSRAM X4
Front Derailleur
Rear Derailleur
CassetteSRAM PG850
ChainSRAM PC830
Front Hub
Rear Hub
TyresTyres WTB Wolverine 2.2 Sport
Front BrakeAvid Juicy 3 White
Rear BrakeAvid Juicy 3 White
HandlebarsVitus Alloy
StemVitus Alloy
HeadsetSealed Cartridge Bearings
SaddleWTB Pure V Sport
SeatpostAlloy 31.6


Size (inch) 16″ 18″ 20″
Rec. Rider Height (ins)
Rec. Rider Height (cm)
Rec. Inside Leg (ins)
Rec. Inside Leg (cm)
Seat Tube Length
Top Tube Length
Effective Top Tube 560mm (22in) 572mm (22.5in) 600mm (23.6in)
Chainstay Length 425mm 425mm 425mm
Head tube Length 110mm 125mm 145mm
Head Tube Angle 70° 70° 70°
Seat Tube Angle 72.5° 72.5° 72.5°
Bottom Bracket Drop
Seat Post Diameter
Bottom Bracket
Front Mech
Rear Axle
Frame Material
Fork Material

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