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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Nukeproof Digger. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
13 reasons to buy
- The Nukeproof Digger has a high-quality aluminum frame.
- WTB Sendero tires offer riders excellent traction over a variety of off-road surfaces.
- The Digger's short stem and wide handlebars offer riders control and a responsive ride.
- With clearance for 700c wheels and tires, the Nukeproof Digger offers riders the potential to use this bike for road riding.
- The bike's threaded bottom bracket is easy to maintain.
- A removable seat stay bridge allows riders the ability to use mudguards.
- The SRAM groupset allows riders to shift with ease.
- Experts are pleased with the BrandX 120mm dropper post on the Digger. It allowed them to get low and be in control on descents.
- The bike comes tubeless. This allows riders to run lower air pressures for a more comfortable ride.
- The bike’s internally routed cables give it a neat appearance.
- One test rider found that the Digger handled well with a child seat and young passenger on board.
- A 71.3° head tube angle and flared drop bars give riders control and stability to conquer singletrack trails.
- The 1x setup of the Nukeproof Digger makes it easy to maintain and repair on adventures.
2 reasons not to buy
- The bike’s dropper post control is placed in an awkward location at the center of the bars. Some testers found it difficult to use.
- The Nukeproof Digger’s seat is uncomfortable. Many test riders complained that it was not the best seat for longer rides.