Bulls Bikes USA, a German-born bike company that launched in the U.S. April 2015, is unveiling eight models this spring 2016. Available online only through Bulls’ website are four new mountain bikes, two new road bikes and two new cyclocross bikes, on top of the company’s existing 27 models.
“We’re incredibly excited to bring in new models that will add to the already successful launch of the brand in the U.S.,” said Sharon Yu, general manager of Bulls Bikes USA. “We’re offering truly unbeatable quality bikes at groundbreakingly low prices. What has been most rewarding is that consumers are using our customized and interactive sizing charts to dial in their bike choices and make purchasing decisions. It’s definitely been a proof of concept.”
In the mountain bike lineup, Bulls is expanding on its four-bike fleet of Copperhead models that will retail as low as the $1,299.00 Copperhead supreme 29 +, to $1,999.00 for the Copperhead 3 RSi and Copperhead 29 RSi models. Two of the Copperhead models, the Copperhead 3 RSi and the Copperhead 29 RSi, will be ready to shred with FOX 32 Float and 100mm forks. Bulls will also build on the Wild Cup all-mountain series with the Wild Cup 3, a lavishly-specced and lightweight all-mountain hammer.
Available now to customers are two race-ready road bikes, the Night Hawk 1 and the Night Hawk 2, both using carbon fiber frames paired with quality Shimano components. These rigs both have aggressive geometries and have price points as low as $1,899.00.
For the first time, Bulls is debuting two cyclocross and gravel models, the Grinder 1 and the Grinder 2, with aluminum frames and carbon forks. These two models are equipped with 11-speed Shimano drive trains and tubeless compatible Schwalbe G-One Performance tires, making these two the ultimate machines in riding versatility.
Founded in Germany in 1994, Bulls offers a diverse selection of bicycles including mountain bikes, road bikes, e-bikes, children’s bikes, hybrids, commuters and urban models. The brand has enjoyed notable success and widespread popularity as a staple bike manufacturer throughout Europe and launched in the U.S. market in 2015. To learn more about Bulls Bikes USA, please visit www.BullsBikesUSA.com