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The Whyte Dean v2 is equipped with componentry to take you over the moors, through boggy grassland and up gravel tracks. A true adventure bike with the highly sought after, gravel specific Shimano GRX groupset, nothing will be holding this bike back. The wheels have been built from the ground up, with a 32 spoke count for stability on rocky terrain and tubeless ready so you can splash some sealant in the 700 x 40c tyres and run a lower pressure to get you through the advanturous terrain.
We are quite impressed with this little whip from Whyte.
Product Code: BICYG1AL0173
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