Sanderson Cycles are designed and developed it the UK. Manufactured to the Highest standards using only top quality materials. Our aim is to offer what we feel is missing in the high end market today, Traditional styled Cro-mo Frames with up to the minute geometry and handling, finished off with some simple yet stylish touches that set Sanderson frames apart from the rest. Like many older riders I started riding Mountain bikes when there was little other choice in frame material other than Cro-mo and for some of us that is where we stayed, for others the constant search for the perfect ride through carbon, aluminum or Titanium frames always seemed to end up in the same place steel. Nothing else seems to have the same balance of comfort and rigidity that a top quality Cro-mo frame can offer, that's why we chose Reynolds 853 tubing for our current flag ship frame the "LIFE"
It took us some time to add a single speed model to the Sanderson line up as we couldn't decide which of the currently available EBB designs to use as they all seemed to have inherent problems. We decided to design our own with the aim of eliminating the usual creaking and loosening associated with all other current designs. The SSS ebb system utilises a threaded shell and EBB to achieve the maximum contact area and two aluminium lock rings to keep it all securely in place. After extensive testing not a single creak or loose EBB has been found.
Sanderson Cycles will be attending the Nissan mountain bike world cup, held at Dalby forest North Yorkshire this coming weekend May 20-22. This is a great chance to come and see the worlds best cross country racers do their stuff on our patch. With 15,000 people expected over the weekend, there will be a great atmosphere supporting all your favourite riders.
We will have all the latest frames on show, along with a selection of demo bikes. Also on show will be the latest offerings from VP components, and YBN chain which will include the 210g SFL Titanium range.
There will be a demo route set out, and is graded as a ‘red grade’ trail. You need to be aware that mountain biking includes inherent risk, you are responsible for what you do on the bike, so if you do intend to demo please take care, respect yourself, the bike and other people. Remember no helmet – no ride – no exceptions.
For anyone wanting to demo bikes, we will require proof of ID (driving licence or passport) along with a valid credit card matching ID.