Address
260 Waymouth Street, Adelaide
South Australia, 5000
(look for the little green warehouse!)
Opening Hours
Monday to Friday - 8:30am to 6pm
Saturday * - 10am to 3pm
* Closed public holiday weekends
Telephone us 08 8410 9499

Who are Whyte?

Whyte is a UK brand which has been around for over a decade. Initially known for its kooky designs (theoretically they worked but, well, they looked like this), over the past 10 years it has evolved into an innovative and revolutionary design house.

Whyte bikes are tortionally rigid with a high level of pedalling efficiency while still maintaining good shock absorption. Beautifully engineered, tight, and light! Just like a supermodel. We think.

Looking for a Whyte MTB or other model not listed below? Just contact us!

Range

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Model: Portobello (2014)

Designed with the commuter in mind, the Portobello features MTB-inspired geometry - it's nippy around the corners but still stable at high speed. It can take a rear rack, mudguards, and two bottle cages, and also features hydraulic disc brakes, removable security skewers, puncture-resistant Maxxis tyres, and a compact crankset to keep you moving up the hills. The relaxed riding position also means you've got great visibility for the road ahead, or for checking out interesting pubs on the way home from work.

  • Aluminium frame and fork
  • Long wheelbase and relaxed head angle for high speed stability
  • Weight: 10.6 kg
  • Full spec list here
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Model: Cambridge (2014)

Like the Portobello, the Cambridge is a speedy but stable ride; it zips into side streets with ease but won't alarm you with any unexpected wobbles or flex. You've got the same relaxed riding position, disc brakes, removable security skewers, and rack, guard, and water bottle mounts as the Portobello, but the Cambridge boasts a carbon fork to lighten things up a bit.

  • Aluminium frame, carbon fork
  • Long wheelbase and relaxed head angle for high-speed stability
  • Weight: 10.0 kg
  • Full spec list here
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Model: Stirling (2013/2014)

If you like the idea of the Cambridge but want something a little bit fancier again, the Stirling is your answer. In addition to Whyte's usual commuter features (disc brakes, removable security skewers, bosses for a rear rack/guards/water bottles) and boasting a carbon fork for added lightness, the Stirling has higher-level and lighter components. This is our best-selling Whyte!

  • Aluminium frame, carbon fork
  • Long wheelbase and relaxed head angle for high speed stability
  • Weight: 9.7 kg
  • Full spec list here
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Model: Suffolk (2014)

We're debuting Whyte's RD7 road series with this lovely beast, the Suffolk. (Have you worked out that Whyte is English yet?) Not only is it the top of Whyte's road range, but it also comes with disc brakes. Yes, there's no longer any need to fear a steep descent in the wet! You can use it as a commuter, courtesy of the handy rack and mud guard mounts, or just ride it everywhere with only a water bottle and compass to guide you. The carbon fork will help smooth out the bumps in the road, while the classic road geometry will keep you moving as fast as you like.

  • Aluminium frame, carbon fork
  • Can take a rack, mud guards and 2 bottles
  • Weight: 10 kg
  • Full spec list here
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Model: Saxon Cross (2014)

Whyte's all-purpose CX model, the incredibly versatile Saxon Cross can be used for commuting, trail riding, winter training, or CX racing. Whether you're tackling dirt, gravel, rocks or bitumen, the Saxon Cross cruises over it all with precise handling.

  • Aluminium frame, carbon fork
  • Ample clearance for fatter tyres
  • Weight: 9.5 kg
  • Full spec list here
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Model: Saxon Cross Team (2014)

If the Saxon Cross has whetted your appetite, feast your eyes upon the Saxon Cross Team! It features the same frame as the regular Saxon Cross, but upgraded forks, components, wheels -- pretty much everything. For those who are serious about their CX pursuits, this is the baby for you.

  • Aluminium frame, carbon fork
  • Ample clearance for fatter tyres
  • Weight: 8.65 kg
  • Full spec list here