Who is this bike for?
Riders who want front suspension to help absorb rough roads or woodland tracks. If you enjoy cycling with your family while taking in the surroundings, a leisure bike puts comfort above performance - ideal for rides with the family and nipping to the shop..
About the Bike
With large volume multi-surface 700C tyres and a short travel suspension fork with lockout the Pinnacle Cobalt fulfils a wide range of duties – the kind of bike that makes the term ‘Jack of all trades’ a positive description when it masters the art of covering a lot of ground in comfort and control. From road to towpath to woodland short-cut and back onto the road, it handles it all with ease. Mounting guards and a rack is easy on all models making this a really versatile bike. If a mountain bike seems too heavy duty and a road bike too lightweight or limiting, the do-it-all Cobalt could be what you're looking for.
Wow. Great value for price paid. ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Being new to the modern cycle world I am amazed with the hybrid cobalt 2. It’s versatile and feels so sturdy and responsive to the tracks and road I’m using. Easy to ride and go through the gears now I’m use to them. Disc brakes are a new one for me and so sharp that when a car pulled out on me I stopped almost instantly and came to no harm.
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Today, the Pinnacle name is seen as one of Britain’s most respected marques when it comes to efficient road, cyclo-cross, mountain and particularly hybrid and utility bikes. But necessity is the mother of invention and to begin with, Pinnacle started life with a very different goal in mind. “We did our first Pinnacle photo shoot in August 2006, launched the brand at the London Bike Show in September 2006, and the 2007 model year bikes were the very first Pinnacles available to the public.
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