Pinnacle is a marque of bicycles developed by Evans Cycles, one of the largest chains of bike shops in the UK. While Evans has been going for almost a century, growing out of a single shop in south-east London, they have only been manufacturing their Pinnacle range of bikes since 2006. Nevertheless, the brand has met with some success and it is quickly gathering popularity in Britain.
The bikes themselves are designed in-house and with the Great British conditions in mind. Pinnacle and their parent company are nothing if not committed and experienced UK cyclists and the bikes benefit from this. Every bike goes through a rigorous design process based on the needs of the country’s riders, their feedback and the experience of the Evans and Pinnacle staff. The end result is bikes that are well equipped to meet the demands of the modern cyclist. They are very much consumer models rather than top-spec competition bikes, but perfect for people who want something reliable and of good quality.
Pinnacle make a broad range of bikes; commuter / city bikes, road bikes, hybrids, mountain bikes and bikes for kids. Most of their models fall between £300 and £600, with only one bicycle, the Pinnacle Iroko 2 2013 MTB, breaking the £1000 ceiling. If you’re looking for a first bike, something reliable for your daily ride to work, or a dependable mountain bike for some weekend off-roading, then you should have a look at the Pinnacle range.