Apollo Paradox

Apollo Paradox

  • Frame: Lightweight alloy, perfect for road cycling
  • Gears: 14 speed Shimano groupset with effective thumb shifters
  • Brakes: Caliper brakes for easy speed control
  • Wheels: 700c equipped with Kenda road tires
  • Design: Designed for both racing and long-distance training

Our Verdict: The Apollo Paradox Mens Road Bike is a versatile and agile choice for both competitive racing and enduring training sessions.

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The Apollo Paradox Road Bike - a swift, sleek testament to modern engineering, tailored for the budding road cyclist and everyday rider. With its lightweight alloy frame and Shimano Tourney groupset, the Apollo Paradox stands as an accessible entry point into the world of road riding, balancing performance and affordability for those eager to cruise the asphalt on a bike designed for speed and agility.

Meet the Apollo Paradox Road Bike

With the Apollo Paradox Mens Road Bike, you are introduced to a cycling experience that’s all about speed, endurance, and the joy of the open road. At its core, a strong but lightweight alloy frame ensures the bike is both manageable and durable, perfectly suited to take on the demands of road cycling. This is complemented by a hardy set of hi-tensile steel forks that offer the necessary rigidity for precise steering and enduring front-end support.

The Paradox's Performance

The compact geometry of the Apollo's alloy frame is designed to offer a comfortable riding posture without compromising on the efficiency – a perfect blend for new road cyclists. 

  • Frame and Forks: A beautifully designed alloy Apollo road frame paired with hi-tensile steel forks. These materials are carefully chosen to provide an optimum balance of lightweight strength and durability, ensuring the bike can withstand the pressures of road cycling.
  • Drivetrain: Equipped with a 14-speed Shimano Tourney gearing system, the bike uses efficient thumb shifters, making gear changes swift and smooth, thus keeping the rider in full control of their cadence and exertion.
  • Braking System: The bike utilizes caliper brakes, offering easy speed control and dependable stopping power, essential for safe and enjoyable rides on different road conditions.
  • Wheels and Tyres: Rolling on 700c wheels wrapped in Kenda road tyres, the Paradox ensures a swift and smooth roll out on the tarmac, further enhancing the road bike's efficiency and speed.

Riding the Apollo Paradox

You can expect a harmonious blend of speed and control with the Apollo Paradox, whether powering through flat stretches, hammering moderate climbs, or navigating the urban environment. Its 14-speed Shimano gears facilitate easy transitions between efforts, while the Kenda tyres provide the traction needed to keep steady on both dry and wet roads. The traditional style calliper brakes respond promptly, granting you the confidence when it’s time to slow down or come to a halt. Ready for a range of weather conditions, the Apollo Paradox remains steadfast - a reliable companion for you on commutes, fitness rides, or simply enjoying the landscape whizzing by.

The Apollo Paradox may not be the rugged off-roader for gnarly trails, but it holds its own on the tarmac, offering a smooth and enjoyable ride that's perfect for those just beginning their road cycling journey or those seeking a reliable bike for daily adventures.

Technical Specification

  • Frame: Lightweight alloy Apollo road, available in S, M, L sizes
  • Forks: Hi-tensile steel, perfect for road cycling
  • Gears: Shimano Tourney 2x7, with a gear range of 14 speeds
  • Brakes: Caliper style, offering clear modulation and stopping power
  • Wheels: 700c size featuring double wall alloy rims
  • Tyres: Kenda K176, 700x28c, providing excellent road grip
  • Front Derailleur: Shimano Tourney with a 31.8mm band
  • Rear Derailleur: Shimano Tourney 7 speed
  • Chainset: Prowheel alloy, 50/43t with crank arm lengths suitable for each frame size
  • Chain: KMC, 7 speed
  • Cassette/Freewheel: 7 speed, 14-28t, giving a broad range for various gradients
  • Bottom Bracket: Loose bearing, 68x120mm
  • Brake Type: Alloy road caliper with a 50mm drop
  • Approximate Weight (KG): 12.1kg


Riders that have taken the Apollo Paradox for a spin have commented on its terrific value, noting the ease of build and the responsive nature of its Shimano gear shifters. They express its adeptness for both city commuting and extended weekend rides, proving itself as a versatile entry-level road bike. It's the ideal pick for riders seeking a wallet-friendly option that doesn’t skimp on quality or riding experience.

The Apollo Paradox is recommended for anyone looking to explore the world of road cycling without breaking the bank.