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Whistle Patwin 1381D Gents, White/Blue

Whistle Patwin 1381D Gents, White/Blue

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Product Description

Whistle Patwin 1381D Gents, White/Blue FRAME: Lightweight alloy tubing, Semi integrated head tube, Curved down tube, detachable rear gear hanger.

FORK: Suntour XCT 29inch Suspension fork, with Manual Lock Out and 100mm travel.

Frame Size: 17inch, 19inch.

Wheels: Alloy 29inch Double wall Black 32 hole rims, Shimano Alloy Disc hubs with quick release, Matt Black spokes, Cheng Shin 29inch X 2.25inch Black tyres.

Gear System: Shimano Acera 27 speed with Shimano Rapid Fire SL shifters and Shimano 11/32 9 speed cassette freewheel.

Chainset: Shimano FCM-391 Triple chainset with alloy cranks and cartridge BB set.

Brakes: Shimano Hydraulic Disc brakes with 160mm rotors and Shimano Hydraulic brake levers.

Handlebar and Stem: Zoom Alloy oversize Ahead stem with Kalloy Alloy oversize Flat Bar handlebars.

Accessories; Whistle DDK ATB saddle, Kalloy micro adjust alloy seat post.

Frame Colour: White and Blue.

Fork Colour: White.

Buy the Whistle Patwin 1381D Gents, White/Blue with confidence from Capital Cycles

FREE DELIVERY

(on orders over £300)

We’re offering Free Delivery on all orders placed over £300.00 to Mainland UK. You don’t need to do anything, the delivery charges will automatically be removed at the checkout provided your order value is £300 or more.

* Applies to Mainland UK only

 

Call Ahead System

For your convenience we operate a Call Ahead System for all bike orders. This means you don’t have to sit at home all day wondering if or when your delivery will actually arrive.

  1. We will call or email you after you’ve placed your order to arrange a convenient delivery time with you.
  2. All customers who order a bike will receive a text message or phone call between 30-60 minutes before their delivery is due to arrive at the delivery address.

Note, this only applies to bikes delivered by courier and not to parcels which may be sent using Royal Mail. All bicycles are sent by courier and a signature is required on delivery.

Northern Ireland, Scottish Highlands & Islands

If you require delivery to any one of these locations or Scilly Isles, Isle of Man, and Isle of Wight, please contact us for a quote. Postcodes that require a quote include FK19-FK21, IV1-IV63, KA27-KA28, KW1, KW10-KW17, PA20-PA76, PH1-PH10, PH18-PH49

Channel Islands & Ireland

We deliver bicycles all over the Channel Islands and the Republic of Ireland. The tax/vat will be removed automatically from orders shipped directly to the Channel Islands who are outside the EC

Europe

We frequently ship bicycles and accessories to the EU. The tax/vat will be removed automatically from orders shipped directly to countries outside the EC. Please contact us for a quote.

Rest of World

We are happy to ship accessories around the world. Please contact us for a quote. Due to the cost of shipping bikes around the world we do not ship outside of Europe.

Returns Policy

We aim to make returns and exchanges as simple as possible for everyone.

Therefore, we operate a

No Quibbles, 7 Day Return or Exchange Policy

In addition, your right to return any unwanted purchase is supported by the Distance Selling Regulation. You have the right to cancel your order and return your item(s) up to seven calendar days after delivery.

Before returning any goods, please carefully read our Returns Procedure to ensure a fast and headache-free returns process.

If you wish to cancel, return or exchange something, YOU MUST CONTACT US IN WRITING – BY MAIL OR EMAIL BEFORE RETURNING YOUR GOODS.

PLEASE REFER TO OUR RETURNS PROCEDURE FOR DETAILS

How to choose the right size bike

To maximise comfort, pedalling efficiency and ultimately fun, it’s important you choose the right size bike.

Choosing the size depends on the type of bike, your height and your personal preferences.  This guide should help you choose the right size, however if in doubt then please feel free to contact us either by email:[email protected] or phone: 07944220761

Here are a few pointers to help you, otherwise go straight to the applicable chart below.

 

The key to it all

Bikes are measured by the length of the seat tube. As you would expect, as the seat tube measurement changes so do the other frame measurements, all in proportion to one another.

The top of the seat tube is where the seat post slots into and runs down to the centre of the bottom bracket (the bottom most part of the frame where the pedals rotate). The seat tube measurement is usually quoted in centimetres or inches however can also be quoted in Small, Medium, Large, X Large etc

 

Your height & reach

Your height is usually the single most important factor in choosing the right size. These can be found in our size charts

If you don’t know your height we suggest you ask a friend to help you as it’s important to get this right and it’s difficult to do on your own.

If your height is on the verge of the range – top or bottom – then you should measure your arm span and calculate your ape index. Your Arm Span is from the end of your fingertips on one hand to the to the same point on the other hand when your arms are stretched out as wide as they’ll go.

If you have a positive ape index (your reach is greater than your height) then go for the larger size, if you have a negative ape index go for the smaller size.

* Example 1: Arm Span (185cm) minus Height (183cm) = plus 2cm then Go Larger

* Example 2: Arm Span (180cm) minus Height (183cm) = minus 3cm then Go Smaller

 

Type of bike and riding style

The type of bike and style of riding is key to determining the right size bike. It’s most important to get the right size for road, triathlon, track and time trial bikes.

Think about your riding style when deciding on the size. Many top mountain bikers who ride aggressively choose a smaller frame so that it’s more nimble and maneuverable. Equally, the move toward 29er mountain bikes has meant some riders are prioritizing a smoother ride by choosing a larger frame than they would otherwise.

Ultimately, no two riders are the same so if you have any questions then we’ll be pleased to help.

 

Mountain bike size chart – men’s

Rider Height               Frame Size
Feet and Inches Centimetres Inches Size
4′ 10″ – 5′ 2″ 148 – 158 13 – 14 XS
5′ 2″ – 5 ’6″ 158 – 168 15 – 16 S
5′ ’6″ – 5′ 10″ 168 – 178 17 – 18 M
5′ 10″ – 6′ 1″ 178 – 185 19 – 20 L
6′ 1″ – 6′ 4″ 185 – 193 21 – 22 XL
6 ’4″ – 6′ 6″ 193 – 198 23 – 24 XXL

 

Mountain bike size chart – women’s

Rider Height               Frame Size
Feet and Inches Centimetres Inches Size
4′ 10″ – 5′ 2″ 148 – 158 13 – 14 XS
5′ 2″ – 5 ’6″ 158 – 168 15 – 16 S
5′ 6″ – 5′ 10″ 168 – 178 17 – 18 M
5′ 10″ – 6′ 1″ 178 – 185 19+ L

 

Road bike size chart – men’s

Rider Height                    Frame Size
Feet and Inches Centimetres Centimetres Size
4′ 10″ – 5 ’0″ 148 – 152 47 – 48 XXS
5′ 0 “- 5′ 3″ 152 – 160 49 – 50 XS
5′ 3″ – 5′ 6″ 160 – 168 51 – 52 – 53 S
5 6″ – 5′ 9″ 168 – 175 54 – 55 M
5′ 9″ – 6′ 0″ 175 – 183 56 – 57 – 58 L
6′ 0″ – 6′ 3″ 183 – 191 58 – 59 – 60 XL
6′ 3″ – 6′ 6″ 191 – 198 61 – 62 – 63 XXL

 

Road bike size chart – women’s

Rider Height                       Frame Size
Feet and Inches Centimetres Centimetres Size
4′ 10″ – 5′ 1″ 147 – 155 44 – 45 – 46 XXS
5′ 1″ – 5′ 3″ 155 – 160 47 – 48 – 49 XS
5′ 3″ – 5′ 5″ 160 – 165 50 – 51 – 52 S
5′ 5″ – 5′ 8″ 165 – 172 53 – 54 – 55 M
5′ 8″ – 5′ 10″ 172 – 180 56 – 57 L

 

Hybrid, Commuter & Urban bike sizing chart

Rider Height               Frame Size
Feet and Inches Centimetres Inches Size Centimetres
4′ 10″ – 5′ 1″ 147 – 155 13 – 14 XS 47 – 49
5′ 1″ – 5′ 5″ 155 – 165 15 – 16 S 50 – 52
5′ 5″ – 5′ 9″ 165 – 175 17 – 18 M 53 – 54
5′ 9″ – 6′ 0″ 175 – 183 19 -20 L 55 – 57
6′ 0″ – 6′ 3″ 183 – 191 21 – 22 XL 58 – 61
6′ 3″ – 6′ 6″ 191 – 198 23 – 25 XXL 61 – 63

 

Track, TT & Triathlon bike size chart

Rider Height                      Frame Size
Feet and Inches Centimetres Centimetres Size
5′ 0″ – 5′ 3″ 152 – 160 49 – 50 XS
5′ 3″ – 5′ 6″ 160 – 168 51 – 52 S
5′ 6″ – 5′ 9″ 168 – 175 53 -54 M
5′ 9″ – 6′ 0″ 175 – 183 55 – 56 L
6′ 0″ – 6′ 3″ 183 – 191 57 – 58 XL
6′ 3″ – 6′ 6″ 191 – 198 60 – 61 XXL

 

Jump and Trials bike sizing chart

As a general rule Jump and Trial bikes are one size fits all; catering for people from heights of 4′ 10″ – 6′ 4″ (148cm – 193cm). There are a few exceptions to this rule where size options are offered, so if in doubt please feel free to get in touch with us.

 

Folding, Cruiser, Cargo bike sizing chart

As a general rule folding, cruiser and cargo bikes are one size fits all catering for people from heights of 4′ 10″ – 6′ 4″ (148cm – 193cm).

 

BMX bike sizing chart

Rider Age or Height Wheel Size
Feet and Inches Centimetres Age Inches
3′ 7″ – 4′ 0″ 110 – 122 5 – 7 years 16
4′ 0″ – 4′ 10″ 122 – 147 7 – 11 years 18
4′ 10″ – 6′ 4″ 147 – 193 11+ years 20

 

Children’s bike sizing chart

Rider Age or Height Suggested Size
Age Feet and Inches Centimetres
2 – 5 years 2′ 10″ – 3′ 7″ 85 – 110 Runner bikes
2 – 4 years 2′ 10″ – 3′ 4″ 85 – 100 12 inch wheel diameter
3 – 5 years 3′ 1″ – 3′ 7″ 95 – 110 14 inch wheel diameter
5 – 7 years 3′ 7″ – 4′ 0″ 110 – 120 16 inch wheel diameter
7 – 9 years 4′ 0″ – 4′ 5″ 120 – 135 20 inch wheel diameter
9 – 11 years 4′ 5″ – 4′ 9″ 135 – 145 24 inch wheel diameter
11+ years 4′ 9″+ 145+ 26 inch wheel diameter

 

Trailer bike sizing chart

Rider Age or Height Suggested Size
Age Feet and Inches Centimetres
3 – 5 years 3′ 1″ – 3′ 7″ 95 – 110 20 inch wheel diameter
5 – 9 years 3′ 7″ – 4′ 5″ 110 – 135 24 inch wheel diameter

 

 

Castelli Size Charts

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