3 thoughts on “The British Mountain Bike”

  1. Clelands. I bought a 1983 Cleland Aventura back in 1985. Then a had a Highpath Engineering’ made version in 1988. I’ve still use both of them. Their design was so radical yet practical and like no other, even to this day. In 2005 I bought a carbon fibre Giant NRS, to see how technology has moved on. It’s good, but I still prefer the Clelands for the longer, muddier and more technical rides.

  2. The website above is a more recent update of the latest developments with the AventuraTT. Hope you find it interesting…

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