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Aaron Borrill

Aaron is the editor of Born and raised in South Africa he completed his BA honours at the University of Cape Town before embarking on a career in journalism. As the former tech editor of Cyclingnews and Bike Perfect, digital editor of Bicycling magazine and associate editor of TopCar, he's travelled the world writing about bikes and anything with wheels for the past 17 years. A competitive racer and Stravaholic, he’s twice ridden the Cape Epic, raced nearly every mountain bike stage race in South Africa and completed the Haute Route Alps. He's also a national-level time triallist and eSports racer, too - having captained South Africa at the 2022 and 2023 UCI Cycling eSports World Championships. 


1 month 17 hours ago

I totally agree that 3T wheels and bearings suck - I've had to try to work on some on a client's bike and I've been very un-impressed. However, this doesn't affect my opinion of 3T's other products; just stay away from their wheels. Regarding this bike, it sounds like a standard hardtail MTB with a suspension fork would easily do most of what this bike is designed to do much better and much cheaper.

1 month 1 day ago

So if, hypothetically, you had had two pairs of 3T wheels and the proprietary bearings on both back wheels had failed and 3T had ignored you to the extent that you had to go and buy some new non-3T wheels, would you vow never to buy 3T again, or splurge £7k on a 3T bike?

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