Main Ghost models
Considering buying a used Ghost bike?
With Tuvalum, you can get your refurbished used Ghost bike without leaving your home. Choose the one you like the most from the comfort of your couch, and we will deliver it to you anywhere in the European Union in 3 to 5 days.
You can choose from a wide range of used Ghost bikes. All of them have been reconditioned by our mechanics to meet the standards of our Tuvalum Certified quality label.
The advantages of buying a refurbished Ghost bike.
Purchasing a refurbished Ghost bike ensures that you acquire a reliable bike with the same warranties as if it were new. Additionally, you can enjoy attractive discounts, with an average savings of 30% compared to its original price. However, the benefits go beyond that. At Tuvalum, we also offer our exclusive 18-month buyback guarantee, which means you can have peace of mind if you want to exchange your bike for another model from our catalog. You can buy with confidence, knowing that you'll receive excellent service and have the opportunity to upgrade your bike according to your needs and preferences.
Another advantage of buying a refurbished bike at Tuvalum is the environmental impact. Our online sales model for refurbished bikes helps save over 300 kilograms of CO2 emissions into the atmosphere with each purchase. Choosing a refurbished Ghost bike is not only beneficial for your wallet and cycling activities but also for the planet.
Ghost Bikes: Innovation since 1993
Among the German brands born in the 1990s, Ghost Bikes is another manufacturer that quickly positioned itself among the leading brands. This qualitative leap is the result of the company's continuous innovation processes aimed at improving an already high-quality product.
The engineers at Ghost test every prototype that comes out of the factory to evaluate its performance and make necessary modifications. This process is part of the company's DNA. Additionally, the Ghost engineering team consists of cyclists who participate in various events, such as the Enduro World Series.
This practical experimentation of their designs has allowed the brand to identify improvements and incorporate innovative solutions, such as the rotating stem.
The current of innovation at Ghost Bikes emerged from the brand's inception in a small village called Waldsassen, near the border with the Czech Republic.
Two young enthusiasts, Uwe Kalliwoda and Klaus Möhwald, founded Ghost Bikes with the intention of satisfying all types of users, whether they are professionals or amateurs. Ghost Bikes was established in 1993, and the young men who had this idea are now experienced entrepreneurs who export bicycles worldwide and employ over 330 people, with a focus on bicycles manufactured in their own factory.
The main models of Ghost bikes
Ghost offers a wide selection of mountain bikes, among which the full-suspension models with elegantly designed frames stand out. In this category, the RIOT geometry stands out with optimized weight distribution for a low center of gravity. When it comes to hardtail mountain bikes, Ghost Bikes meets the demands of competition with a wide range of options. The Ghost Lector stands out particularly in this category.
Ghost road bikes are high-quality and high-performance bikes, such as the Ghost Nivolet. These bikes offer an optimal combination of lightness, stiffness, and comfort, making them a popular choice for cyclists of all levels.
Ghost Factory Team, the testing ground of the German brand.
The Ghost Factory Racing Team serves as the testing ground for the brand in high-level competition, including participation in events such as the Mountain Bike World Cup. Ghost's goal in this field is to create a dynamic of mutual improvement within the world of competition. The sporting achievement that the brand is most proud of is undoubtedly Sabine Spitz's gold medal at the 2008 Beijing Olympics.
Where are Ghost bikes manufactured?
Since its establishment in 1993, the brand has been designing and developing its bikes in Germany. However, its frames are now manufactured both in Germany and Taiwan. This situation is common in the bicycle industry, where many brands design and develop their models at their headquarters and then outsource production to factories in Asia.