Video: The New Calibre Triple B Tackles Sheffield's Finest Riding Spots

Oct 14, 2019
by Calibre Bikes  
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Press Release: Calibre

Originally born off the back of a limited edition up-specced Bossnut, the 2019 Triple B has firmly established itself as it’s own entity in the Calibre range. Where the Bossnut offers people an entry-level full suspension platform as the ideal introduction into mountain biking, the Triple B features a selection of the most common upgrades we’ve seen amongst Bossnut riders, at a fraction of the cost of what you’d end up paying for each independent part. £1499 gets you a KS Rage i dropper post, 140mm RockShox Sector RL forks and a full SRAM NX Eagle 12 speed groupset.


So what you’re left with is the Bossnut’s bigger brother. A bike built to handle anything you can throw at it, from long XC rides cranking up those monster hills with that Eagle cassette, to steep gnarly trails with that extra fork travel/slacker head angle offered by the Sector fork.

We took the Triple B on a day trip around Sheffield’s finest riding spots to demonstrate what’s possible on a short travel trail bike these days. Whether its big trail rides in the Peak District, laps of Steel City DH in Greno, cruising down to Bolehills after a day in the office, or manualling through town, we don’t care how you ride your bike, just get out on it. Everyones got their own definition, but for us, this is mountain biking.


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Available now from GO Outdoors for £1,499 with your GO Outdoors discount card.










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14 Comments

  • 12 0
 How I am just learning that my porn name, Boss Nut, has already been taken?
  • 5 1
 Just pull a Specialized and sue them. Duh
  • 6 0
 Damnit, mine too, seems there's a bike brand called Rocky Mountain.
  • 22 2
 @man-wolf: had you down as more of a Stumpie
  • 10 0
 My wife had the same issue with Kona back in the day. Her name Stinky Supreme had already been taken
  • 4 1
 Had a look at this one and the 29 sentry bike in go outdoors the other day, thay both look great tbh, especially the 29er, the frames are pretty chunky and the geometry looks good.the 29er had yaris and a prodelux shock, thought it was a bargain for the money. I'd have bought one if I didn't already have 4 bikes lol. ????
  • 4 0
 i'm so tempted to change to one of these, just to prove to myself that i'm just as good (and have just just as much fun) on a bike (less than?) half the price.
  • 3 0
 The name reminds me of an orthopaedic mate’s fracture grading for dummies...
B = broken
BB = badly broken
BBB = badly broken and buggered
Hopefully this doesnt translate to bike names!
  • 1 0
 Well then, looks like I have f***ed around and gotten a triple-double after all.
  • 4 0
 Cant believe he didn't close that gate behind him
  • 3 0
 And he didn‘t say „Hi“.
  • 3 0
 Top of Devils Elbow in the Peak District, that bad boy closes itself
  • 2 0
 Love the raw sounds— just pure unadulterated riding!
  • 2 0
 Ah, sunshine and dust, sadly a distant memory!

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