Boardman has a new head badge, and a whole new range for 2016 Since selling its first bike in 2007, Boardman has become deservedly known for offering great-value machines that perform at a level well beyond their often modest price tags. We attended the launch of the 2016 Boardman Performance range in a chilly, damp Hay-on Wye, where Chris Boardman introduced the new models, and proved how hands-on he still is with the brand by leading us on a road test ride.
Rebranded and relaunched in November 2015, and with the might of the Halfords business behind them, the Boardman brand should only get stronger. At the launch, the company was unsurprisingly keen to stress that all frame design and engineering is carried out in the UK and that – though manufacture is carried out abroad – Boardman does own all its carbon frame moulds. Team Carbon stays strong for 2016
The £999 Team Carbon has long been an important bike for Boardman One of the original standout road models was the Team Carbon, and it continues at £999, usefully below the Cycle to Work scheme threshold. For your grand you get a C7 monocoque carbon frameset, which uses the […]