Apollo Radar

Apollo Radar

Key Features at a Glance:

  • Aluminium front frame with steel rear for robust durability
  • Full suspension system for tackling rough terrain
  • 18-speed Shimano Tourney Revoshift gearing for varied trail conditions
  • 27.5" wheels with all-terrain tires for superior grip
  • Disc brakes offer reliable stopping power

Our Verdict: The Apollo Radar offers an excellent combination of durability, control, and versatility for mountain bike enthusiasts.

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Embark upon your trailblazing adventures with the Apollo Radar Mountain Bike, an alloy hybrid beast designed to conquer the rugged demands of off-road exploration. Crafted for outdoor enthusiasts and adrenaline junkies alike, the Apollo Radar excels in providing a harmonious blend of robustness and agility, geared towards those who seek the thrill of the mountains and the call of the wild. Gracing the market with a design that reflects a deep understanding of the adventurous spirit, this ride is a gateway to the great outdoors and a trusty companion for the budget trail shredders out there.

Apollo Radar Design

The Apollo Radar comes equipped with a dual-composition frame, combining the strength of steel with the lightness of alloy to create an optimal balance between sturdiness and weight. The front of the bike is structured from Apollo alloy, ensuring durability without encumbering the rider, allowing for agile responsiveness to the unpredictability of singletrack paths. The steel rear complements by ensuring robust support where it's most needed.

When it comes to suspension, the full setup on the Apollo Radar means that you're ready to tackle gnarly descents and absorb the shocks of hardcore terrain. With a fork travel of 60mm and rear wheel travel sitting at 50mm, both help in smoothing out the trails whilst maintaining control and comfort during those hammering rides.

You can't speak about the Apollo Radar without appreciating the Shimano Tourney Revoshift 18-speed groupset. Its slick shifting mechanics are essential for rapid gear changes on inclines and during high-octane rides. The easy-to-use gearing system makes short work of dialling in the right cadence, whether you're climbing steep hills or racing down singletrack.

The importance of effective stopping power is underscored by the choice of Clarks CMD-17, 160mm rotor disc brakes in the front and robust V-Brakes at the rear. Their precision not only ensures safety but also gives the rider the confidence to send it into turns and technical sections knowing they have reliable braking under all conditions.

Rounding off the key performance features are the all-terrain tires wrapped around 27.5" double wall alloy rims, providing that much-needed grip and stability on loose and wet surfaces. Whether you're railing through trails or scaling rocky climbs, these wheels won't let you down.

Apollo Radar Experience

The ride experience on the Apollo Radar is an exhilarating fusion of speed, control, and adaptability. The bike stands as a testament to its mountain bike lineage, ready to conquer various weather conditions and terrain. The thrill of shredding downhill is matched by its ability to tackle uphill challenges with equal finesse, thanks to its gearing system and responsive suspension.

Weekend warriors and seasoned trail riders will find the Apollo Radar a worthy ally. It is as generous with comfort as it is with performance, making long excursions less taxing on the body. On tricky singletrack and open fire roads, the bike finds a sweet spot between precision and playfulness, never overshadowing the skills of the rider, but augmenting them instead.

Technical Specifications: Apollo Radar Mens Mountain Bike

  • Frame: Apollo alloy front and steel rear
  • Forks: Apollo 60mm travel MTB forks
  • Gears: Shimano Tourney Revoshift 18 speed
  • Brakes: Front - Disc brakes with 160mm rotor, Rear - Steel V-Brakes
  • Wheels: 27.5" with all terrain tires
  • Approximate Weight: 17.8kg
  • Chainset: Steel, 24/34/42t, (S/M/L - 170mm)
  • Front Derailleur: Shimano Tourney top pull for 42t, 31.8mm clamp
  • Rear Derailleur: Shimano Tourney 6 speed
  • Cassette/Freewheel: 6 speed 14-28t
  • Chain: 6 speed
  • Handlebars: 20mm rise, 6 degree bend, 25.4mm clamp, S/M/L - 640mm wide
  • Seatpost: Steel, 27.2mm x 350mm, 31.8mm clamp

Reviews:

The Apollo Radar has garnered adulation from mountain bike aficionados for its performance on the trail.

With an expert build option available at Halfords, riders can ensure their Apollo Radar is tuned to precision by skilled technicians. Overall, the bike offers an enjoyable ride with robust features that punch above their weight class, making it a recommended buy for those looking to expand their mountain biking horizons.