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Massi Cycles

Massi’s parent company Casa Masferrer have over 70 year’s experience of building high quality bicycles.

Walkers Cycling became a Massi dealer in 2006 concentrating mainly on the road and MTB bikes upon which Massi offer a choice of specification. This allows us to offer a degree of customisation on high end machines that is rarely available with ‘off the peg’ cycles. Typically, the customer can specify upgrades to wheels, groupsets and forks in order to get a bike that is personally tailored to his or her requirements. To discuss your requirements please call in at the shop where we can provide details of the options available.

For Road or Off-Road Riding – Massi Have a Bike to Suit You:
Massi Casta Elite Hardtail MTB
Massi Pro Carbon Road Bike

Get the Right Bike
Choosing a new bike can be quite a task given the huge variety of machinery available nowadays. You may find our Choosing Your Bicycle brochure useful.

Our Service
Walkers Cycling take pride in the friendly, personal service we offer. The ‘Walkers Cycling Price’ of all new Massi cycles sold by us is inclusive of VAT, full assembly, 21 point adjustment and safety check and a free 4-6 week service. Massi offer a full warranty on all their products.

Stock Availability and Ordering
Due to the ‘custom specification’ facility offered by Massi we will only have a small selection of the Massi range in stock at any time. To avoid disappointment please phone, fax or email to check availability before traveling. Models not in stock can usually be ordered for delivery in around a week – subject to availability from the manufacturer. We can take a deposit to reserve your new bike – £30 or 25%, whichever is the greater – ride your new bike away when the balance has been paid.

Disclaimer: Whilst every care has been taken to ensure the accuracy of prices and information shown in this page, Walkers Cycling will not be held responsible for any loss or damage caused by any errors or omissions. All bicycles are offered for sale at the prices displayed in the shop. The appearance and specification of the bicycles pictured and described on this page may vary. Please see our Bike Sales Terms and Conditions.

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Mountain Biking Fact Sheet

The Mountain Biking Fact Sheet is available in two formats:

DOC – Microsoft Word document. You will require to have MS Word installed on your computer.
RTF – Rich Text Format. RTF documents can be opened in most word processing applications.

To download a fact sheet, right-click on a text link below and choose the “Save Target As… “ command. Alternatively, if you have a suitable word processor installed, click the appropriate link to open the document in a new window. You can then use the “File > Save As…” command to store the file on your computer. Close the window to return to this page.

Mountain Biking Web Links
British Trails UK mountainbiking news, events listings and loads more.
MTB Scotland MTB Scotland aims to provide an impartial and comprehensive guide to mountain biking throughout Scotland.
Mountain Biking in Scotland Visit Scotland’s MTB portal offers heaps of useful info including routes and links to other MTB sites.
Mountain Biking UK MBUK is Future Publshing’s monthly magazine. The site has bike and equipment tests and a riding technique ‘masterclass’.

Where to Ride Your Mountainbike

Looking for somewhere special to ride your mountainbike?
The links below will open external websites in a separate window.

Dumfries & Galloway

Drumlanrig Castle (Neil Walker reviews the trails at this MTB Mecca for the British Cycling website)
Mabie Forest (A Neil Walker review for the British Cycling website)

Watch out for more route guides coming soon.

Sunday Off-Road Rides

All rides leave from Walkers Cycling shop in Kilmaurs at 10am unless otherwise stated. Rides at other venues to be confirmed by contacting the shop (01563 544488 or email [email protected]) to coordinate transport etc.

All fitness levels are catered for but riders must be reasonably competent off road cyclists. Please come prepared for all weather conditions and with your bike in good working order. Riders must be self-sufficient, should preferably wear a helmet, and must carry at least one spare tube and a mobile phone.

All riders under 16 years of age must be accompanied on the run by a parent or guardian. Proof of age may be required

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