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Framed Elite 1.0 FT Bike - Womens

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Type: Comfort, Commuter
Material: Aluminum
Rear Gears: 7
Front Gears: Triple
Weight: 27.8 lbs
Recommended Use: General, Commuter

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Description: Framed Elite 1.0 FT Bike - Womens

For all the women out there looking for the perfect street bike to get them around town, the Framed Elite 1.0 FT women's is the perfect candidate! With this piece of equipment, you have a bike that is not only durable, but meant for the streets. Alloy single wall rims and steel spokes will give it that street bike component, and the low rise handlebars and drop through design makes it easy to ride and easy to mount for any woman. So do not delay, because the Framed Elite 1.0 FT is flying off our shelves as fast as you can say the name!

Key Features of the Framed Elite 1.0 FT Bike:
  • FRAME: 700Cx28C, alloy, TIG welded, frame size: 15", 17"
  • FORK: 700C steel rigid fork, with steel steerer tube, TIG welded
  • HEADSETS: A-head set, parts of 10pcs
  • SPACER: 10mmx3pcs
  • AXLE: sealed BB
  • CHAINWHEEL: 3/32"x28/38/48Tx170mm, steel black chainring and steel black cranks
  • CHAIN: Z50
  • HANDLEBAR: Steel low rise handlebar, W: 600mm, Rise: 30mm
  • STEM: Alloy A-head 4-bolt stem, Ext: 90mm
  • GRIPS: normal grips
  • FRONT HUB: Steel, 14Gx36H
  • REAR HUB: Steel, 14Gx36H
  • SPOKES: 14G steel spoke, with steel nipple
  • FREEWHEEL: 7 spd index freewheel, 14-34T
  • SHIFT LEVER: right shift lever only
  • FRONT DERA.: Shimano front derailleur
  • REAR DERA.: 7 spd, W/OB
  • RIMS: 700C alloy single wall rim, 14GX36H
  • TIRES: 700Cx28C, F/ V
  • TUBES: Butyl tube, F/ V
  • FRONT BRAKE: steel v brake
  • REAR BRAKE: steel v brake
  • L/ BRAKE LEVER: alloy silver lever with plastic black bracket
  • R/ BRAKE LEVER: alloy silver lever with plastic black bracket
  • PEDALS: PP, 9/16", with ball, with CPSC reflectors
  • SADDLE: PU padded saddle, black
  • SEAT POST: Alloy, 300mm
  • SEAT CLAMP/ PIN: Alloy seat clamp with quick release
  • F/ REF BRACKET: Resin
  • R/ REF BRACKET: Resin
  • F/ R REFLECTORS: Front clear, rear red, CPSC standard
  • WHEEL REFLECTORS: clear, 2pcs, CPSC standard
  • DECALS: Sticker after clear painting, normal sticker
  • CARTON: Standard seaworthy carton
  • ASSEMBLY LEVEL: 85% assmbly
  • ACCESSORIES: Allen keys tool 2/ 5/ 6mm, water bottle screws

Elite 1.0 FT

NOTE: All bikes are sold and delivered partially assembled. Final assembly should be done by a certified bike technician. Failure to have the bike assembled by a certified bike technician may void the warranty and could result in damage and/or injury if not assembled correctly. As an industry standard, some bikes might have minor cosmetic blemishes due to the nature of shipping.

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Would this size fit A woman that is 5ft 2"?
A shopper on Jun 18, 2014
Best Answer: The Framed Elite 1.0 15" will fit someone who is between 5' and 5'4"
Reply · Report · Mark SStaff on Jun 25, 2014
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How many gears does this bike have? It's not single gear, correct?
renard w on Oct 21, 2014
Best Answer: Renard,

Sorry to delay your answer, but everyone is correct... this is not a single speed bike. It features 7 rear gears and 3 front, which makes this essentially a 21 speed bike.

Reply · Report · Tim CStaff on Oct 22, 2014
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What's the difference between FT and CT models? Which one is better for paved roads? Which one for better speed?
A shopper on Jul 30, 2014
Best Answer: Shopper - both bikes would be great for paved roads and trails. The CT appears to have a more upright riding position, vs the FT which appears to have flat bars, which would lead to a more aggressive riding position, leaning forward a little.
Hope that helps!
Reply · Report · Ebbin MStaff on Oct 2, 2014
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