Kinesis Tripster

I’ve been seeing some nice commuting bikes around lately and with snow on the ground you need something that will let you take on all conditions with some fatter rubber. I think the Kinesis Tripster is one of those bikes that is just a perfect all rounder, comfy riding position, carbon fork for a smooth ride, an aluminium frame and a decent pair of disc brakes. Obviously a commuting bike is useless unless you can take your packed lunch in a pannier but the Tripster has the mounts and a clever dropout design to allow them to be mounted easily. Takes mudguards too of course. Available built up with Shimano 105/FSA components for £1389.99 it seems competitively priced too. Wonder if it can be used for camping trips?

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