Framed Journey Bike
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Framed Journey Bike

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Type: Comfort, Commuter
Material: Aluminum
Rear Gears: 7
Front Gears: Triple
Weight: 28.7 lbs
Recommeded Use: General, Commuter

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Description: Framed Journey Bike

If you are the adventurous type, the ones who push limits beyond known knowledge, the Framed Journey is the bike for you. Featuring puncture resistant tires, you can ride over evil villain's jacks in confidence and ease. The single speed front gear and 7 speed rear gear allows for quick and solid gear changes no matter where you are going. The Journey is perfect for cruising around the city streets, enjoying the night's breeze. With a sweet design build, and awesome decals to boot, the Framed Journey is a solid bike for day to day use.

Key Features of the Framed Journey Bike:
  • FRAME: 700Cx28C, Alloy, TIG welded, frame size: 17", 19", 21"
  • 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"x44Tx170mm, 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: Ergo 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: Shimano shifters
  • 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% assembly
  • ACCESSORIES: Allen keys tool 2/ 5/ 6mm, water bottle screws
  • 21 Speed Bike
  • Journey

    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.

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    The bike is very light which makes for an easy ride. I have been told by more knowledgeable riders however that the gears are not of the best quality. Its perfect for my purposes right now, though
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    I'm 5' 0 would this be a good bike for me?
    A shopper on Jan 9, 2014
    Best Answer: I am 4'11'' and got the 17 inch bike. I have been told, and have personally felt, the bike is a little too big for me. If I were to do it all over again I would've gotten the 15'' bike
    Reply · Report · Julia L on Oct 12, 2014
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    My son is 5'3" and inseam of 30" is this a good fit?
    A shopper on Mar 16, 2014
    Best Answer: The smallest size the Framed Journey comes in is a 17" and would still be a little too big for your son.
    Reply · Report · Mark SStaff on Oct 29, 2014
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    I'm 5'3 what size frame/wheel combination is a good fit?
    A shopper on Nov 20, 2013
    Best Answer: You will need a 49CM bike
    Reply · Report · Mark SStaff on Nov 21, 2013
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