Taking inspiration from Nukeproof’s Scout hardtail model, today the brand announced their Cub Scout range, with bikes designed for all-ages with three wheel sizes. Read on for the details below!
When mountain bike brands design cyclocross or gravel bikes, you never know what you’re going to get. Some brands make controversial models, others play it safe, and while it’s not an easy task to expand into new markets, we are lucky to have such diversity within the gravel bike offerings. Nukeproof’s Digger gained a lot of attention last year and for 2020, they updated the spec on it. Now kitted with Shimano GRX, these 700c or 650b bikes look better than ever. Head to Nukeproof to see the full break-down and below for more specs and photos.
Remember Nukeproof’s digger? Well, here’s a video of Elliot Heap shredding it!
While Nukeproof might be better known for their enduro bikes, two models in their 2019 catalog might be of interest to readers of this site looking for new bikepacking rigs. The Scout is a 27.5 hardtail with 140mm of travel, a 65º head angle, 73º seat tube angle, and room for 2.8″ tire, perfect for singletrack touring. While the Digger is an all-road bike either 700c or 27.5 compatible, with a carbon fork and internal routing. Both bikes are available in a variety of packages. Pricing TBD. Check in at your local Nukeproof dealer for more information.