The bike comes with a kinetic 6061 Frame with 2 water mounts and Aero-Shaped stays; Kinesis TaperBlade Fork made of Carbon Fibre; Road Aluminium crankset (52/42/30T); Sealed Cartridge bottom bracket; Clip and strap road/platform pedals; Shimano FD2203 front derailleur; Shimano Sora Read derailleur 8 speed (24 gears in total)
Aluminium dual pivot black brakes make up the braking system and Shimano 2200 STI 8 speed shifters integrated with brake levers are used for gears.
It may come with Kenda or Maxxis High pressure tires (700c) again with no options of choosing; presta valve tubes are used.
The Cassette may can be 11-28T or 12-25T but no choice is provided to the buyers.
KMC IG chains; forged aluminium black hubs with quick release; stainless steel spokes and alex aluminium aero section rims; Kalloy aluminium (black) handle bars with black cork grips; thereadless stem; comfort groove saddle; Kally aluminium alloy micro-adjust seat post and machine aluminium ally seat clamps are the other components that make up the bike.
The Windsor Wellington 3.0 is a bike which offers a complete package of performance, speed and comfort at an affordable rate. Carbon forks, aluminum frames, Shimano 2200 shifters – all work in perfect harmony to provide the rider with a unique and awesome riding experience. This bike’s design aims to make it robust and as much light as possible and all the components of the bike have been carefully chosen to achieve the same. The bike features a nicely welded aluminum frame, robust double walled aluminum wheels equipped with stainless steel and complete factory warranty. The best part about the bike -you get all this at a jaw-dropping price. If you compare it to Trek bikes for example, a similar one with these many features will cost you at least $1100 + taxes and you can straight away see that it is quite a bargain!
If you are looking for a bike which delivers a power-packed performance, has lots of features and is affordable, then you can definitely try the new Windsor Wellington 3.0. The bike is light, easy to handle and has the ability to be really fast. The bike has a slick and stylish look which definitely will attract many eye balls.
The ride quality though is not as smooth as you expect it to be. The gear/brake livers are a bit on the stiffer side. Although the bike is fairly easy to assemble if you have done something like it before, upon assembling it, you might have to spend some time on tuning it especially the gears and the brakes. In case you are having trouble setting it up, you might have to take it to your local bike shop.
Overall, this bike delivers a power-puffed performance. It is light, robust and designed for speed. For a bike with these many features, the price looks really good and it is definitely worth your money.