Classic, Fashionable AND Relaxed. Sweet and easy, low-upkeep Three speed The town and town bikes.
this Oxford is superb for hilly areas or folks who need more gears.
More robust front and rear brakes.
Super-efficient road-worthy tires yet wide enough for softening so much The town bumps. Components and geometry with probably the most at ease position. How are you able to go unsuitable? That is the easiest bike to cruise the campus, neighborhood or The town.
Finely Hand Crafted frame of durable, Relaxed 4130 CroMoly Steel. You might be positive to be Fashionable with custom color matched fenders, color-matched chain-guard, brown stitched grips and matching brown saddle.
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Mens 51cm fits so much riders from 5′ to five’9 / Mens 56cm fits so much riders from 5’9 to six’2″
Girls 46cm fits so much Girls from 4’10” to five’7″ / Girls 49cm fits so much from 5’7″ to five’10”
In case you are between sizes, make a choice the smaller if one has shorter torso/arms or the bigger for longer arms/torsos.
Frame HandCrafted 4130 Chromoly Steel and 1x H2O boss, Rear rack mounts, rear fender mounts
Color-Matched Rear Fender
Fork Dura Forte Chromoly Unicrown with Fender Mounts, threaded steerer
Color-Matched Front Fender
Stem Aluminum alloy Threaded, 1″ quill
Handlebar Aluminum alloy Comfort Swept-back
Shifters Shimano Nexus 3 Speed Twist Shifter
Brakes Front and Rear Tektro Caliper, forged Aluminum Brakes and Aluminum alloy levers
Hubs Front: Aluminum ALLOY SILVER NUTTED
R/HUB : SHIMANO Nexus 3 Speed
Rims DA17, Aluminum ALLOY SILVER, 700c with 36 holes
14G STAINLESS Spokes W/BRASS NIPPLES
Crank LSC 44T Chainring, 170MM Aluminum ALLOY SILVER Arms
Color matched Chain guard, Cartridge Bearing Bottom bracket
Saddle Velo-comfort with Comfort Channel, Brown
Grips Velo-stitched, Brown
Seatpost Aluminum Micro-adjust Silver finish 300mm
Pedals Traditional Comfort Platform, 9/16 axle
Tires Kenda 700x32C BLACK wall
3 Speed The town and Town Bike With matching Fenders
Relaxed Saddle and riding Posture
Quality – no longer a department store bike