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Sabbath working with Max Bikes PR

British designed titanium only road brand reveals 2013 bikes
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Sabbath Bicycles will be working with Max Bikes PR to promote its British Designed titanium-only road range.

Established in 2006 and with over 100 years combined cycle industry experience between the brand's founders and designers, Sabbath's 2013 line carries some interesting design features.

Creative director at Max Bikes PR, Keith Jepson, said: "It's great to be working with Andy and his team at Sabbath. There is a UK customer who is really interested in the aesthetic, build and ride quality of Ti bikes and we are excited about communicating with them, working with the range and new bikes in the future. You will see the new Ti Wave technology on the Monday’s Child and Nirvana builds, as well as concave and convex seat stays and biaxial ovalisation of down tubes. All this adds up to a compliant and responsive ride.

With names like "Monday’s Child" a race / crit bike which is "fair of face", “Silk Road”, named after the street where the bike was designed and tested and “September”, perfect for Autumn and Winter riding in the worst conditions the UK roads can throw at you, the range has a bike for every kind of rider."

Sabbath Bicyles: +44 (0)1260 224796

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