Interactions with Nukeproof bikes on 99 Spokes over the last 30 days

Adjusted for traffic volume by country

  1. United Kingdom
  2. United States
  3. Australia
  4. Ireland
  5. Slovenia
  6. Romania
  7. Singapore
  8. Greece
  9. France
  10. Bulgaria
Nukeproof price point breakdown
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$12,000
Nukeproof bikes by category
TrailEnduroDownhillYouth
Nukeproof eBikes
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Nukeproof model ranges
Trail
Reactor

Current Models

13

price

($3,797)—($7,976)

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Scout

Current Models

4

price

$499—$549

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Enduro
Mega

Current Models

20

price

$3,399—$7,299

Browse Mega bikes »
Megawatt

Current Models

12

price

($6,836)—($12,661)

Browse Megawatt bikes »
Giga

Current Models

10

price

$4,199—$7,699

Browse Giga bikes »
Downhill
Dissent

Current Models

7

price

$5,199—$6,999

Browse Dissent bikes »
Giga

Current Models

3

price

$3,099

Browse Giga bikes »
Youth
Cub Scout

Current Models

6

price

$899—$1,299

Browse Cub Scout bikes »
Recent reviews
Bike Perfect
Nukeproof Horizon Pro wheels review – the poshest and lightest Horizon wheelset

Dec 2023 · Mick Kirkman

With a fast-engaging ratchet hub and 28 straight pull spokes, the Pros save around 10 percent weight over regular Nukeproof V2 Horizon wheels

Highs
  • Well-proven, tough and dent-resistant rim construction

  • Competitive weight for aluminum, enduro-ready wheels

  • Fast engagement and high-quality bearings

  • Freehub ratchet engaging simultaneously should add strength

  • 28 spokes for extra compliance

Lows
  • Not the lightest aluminum wheels

  • Slower engagement than regular Horizons

  • Straight pull spokes can be harder to look after

  • Different spoke lengths on each side of the hub

  • 28 spoke drilling might not suit heaviest riders

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BikeRadar
Nukeproof Digger RS V3 review

Nov 2023 · Warren Rossiter

Slackened suspension-equipped gravel bike for extreme terrain

Highs
  • Rough ready handling

  • Excellent fork

  • Dropper post integration

Lows
  • Weaker on easier all road terrain

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BikeRadar
Nukeproof Digger RS V3 review

Nov 2023 · Warren Rossiter

A bike that brings a true sense of fun to more extreme gravel endeavours

Highs
  • Rough-ready handling

  • Excellent fork

  • Dropper-post integration

Lows
  • Weaker on easier all-road terrain

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Pinkbike
Nukeproof Grows Kids' MTB Range with 14" & 16" Cub Scout & Cub Scoot Balance Bike

Nov 2023 · Jessie-May Morgan

Nukeproof's kids lineup expands with new 14" and 16" options, plus a balance bike.

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BikeRadar
Nukeproof Dissent 297 RS review

Nov 2023 · Luke Marshall

The Dissent Carbon 297 RS is wildly capable, but needs to be ridden hard to get the best from it

Highs
  • Competitive price compared to rivals

  • Good beginning and end-stroke feel

Lows
  • Low slack height might mean riders need more headset spacers

  • Feels lethargic at slower speeds

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Pinkbike
Field Test Review: 2023 Nukeproof Giga 297 - Is Parkduro a Thing?

Oct 2023 · Mike Kazimer

The Giga's geometry numbers are well suited to its intentions, and overall it's an easy bike to handle – it doesn't feel super stretched out, but the slack head angle gives it a long enough wheelbase to keep it stable. .

Highs
  • Well spec'd for the price

  • Reasonably light considering its intentions

  • Good geometry makes it very manageable

Lows
  • 165mm cranks would help on the climbs

  • Has a tendency to sit deep in its travel

  • Same chainstay length for all sizes

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Which Nukeproof bikes are most popular?

The most popular Nukeproof model families are the Scout, Mega, and Giga.

Q: Does Nukeproof make eBikes?

Yes, Nukeproof manufactures both conventional bikes and e-bikes.