City frames are for all-weather urban commutes but also handle dirt roads well. This is the bike we provide on our Tours. First tested on the streets of Accra, Ghana where the stable yet agile geometry allows one to avoid potholes and aggressive taxi drivers. The bike is great for commuting and handles dirt roads very well. The 700c wheel size and disc brakes make it easy to mount fenders for all-weather riding. They are available with an optional eccentric bottom bracket for converting to singlespeed or internally geared hub use. Designed for use with a single front chainring.
Previously built city bikes have scored high marks from those taking a test ride – “plenty responsive” “very comfortable” – built with a 9 speed drivetrain, a comfortable handlebar and an adjustable stem – this build boasts many different riding positions for somebody commuting or carrying groceries on a rack.
Frames weight varies
Seatpost diameter: 27.2 mm
Fork steerer tube: 1 1/8"
Max tire size: 42 mm
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