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Pro Carbon Better Than Ever

The Pro Carbon road is the best selling bike we’ve ever made. It’s been with us for a good few years now, and has seen service in every area of road riding from top level racing , to winter training and commuting. It blew the market apart causing other people to attempt to catch up with us, but when we’re so far ahead of the crowd, and offering the service we do from the UK, they can’t compete.

Ever since we broke the mold of conventional distribution methods, people have been stumbling trying to keep up. We were one of the first companies to take the leap and do the legwork ourselves. Design and source our own frames and components, offer them directly to consumers on our website, then build the bikes for you and offer all that at amazing value. Typically saving 25-40% over conventional high street pricing, the Planet X business model was largely built and grown around the Pro Carbon Road model we’re selling today, and it’s still the best specced bike around for the money we’re asking.

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The Planet X Pro Carbon Road Bike Ultegra in fineline colour scheme 

Today we’re offering two different versions, but both with the same award and race winning frame at it’s heart. The Pro Carbon Road Franko Bianco special limited edition white model, and the Pro Carbon Road Fineline – a stripped back subtle chassis with echos of our flagship model the handbuilt Mondo frameset.

No hidden alloy steerer to save money and add weight. A spec list that’s clear for all to see with upgrade options to allow you to get the bike to fit you, and your wallet. And a bike that’s assembled to your specification, and delivered to you, at your convenience. Others try, we lead the way. Constantly striving to offer you no nonsense pricing and the best bang for your buck.

Read what our customers think of their Pro Carbon Road bikes here... 

CLICK HERE TO BUY THE PLANET X PRO CARBON ROAD RANGE OF BIKES NOW! 

4 April 2013

You've got the bike, how about some upgrades and add-ons?

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