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Framed Lifted Seven Bike

Framed Lifted Seven Bike
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Description: Framed Lifted Seven Bike

At Framed Bikes we like to make fun simple bikes. We love the smooth, quiet, consistent feel of 1:1 gear ratio but wanted to provide braking options for all types of riders. That's why the Lifted comes in coaster, flat bar front/rear U-brakes, and drop bar front/rear U-brakes. For a soft, forgiving, retro feel on the road the whole Lifted series are steel frames with sealed cartridge bottom brackets. Riding bikes should be fun not a chore and changing your flats is a chore. So we upgraded our line to have Kenda K-Shield puncture resistant tires. Get outside, get exercise, Get Lifted!

Key Features of Framed Lifted Seven Bike:
Frame: Hi-Ten; TIG welded; 700c x 28C
Fork: Steel; 700C; steel steerer tube
Headset: Parts of 10pcs
Spacer: 3pcs
Grips: Velo Mushroom 150 mm
Spacer: 10mm x 3pcs
Bottom Bracket: Sealed bb
Axle: Sealed bb
Chainwheel: Steel; black; 1/8" x 46T x 170mm
Crank: Alloy; black
Chain: Z50
Handlebar: Steel; low rise handlebar; Width: 580mm
Stem: Alloy; A-head 4-bolt stem; ext: 90mm
Grips: Ergo
Front Hub: Alloy; 14Gx36H
Rear Hub: Alloy; 14Gx36H with quick release
Spokes: Steel spoke; 14G with brass nipple
Freewheel: Steel; 16T
Shift Lever: Revo Twist Shift 7 speed
Rear Deraileur: Tourney TX35
Rims: Alloy; 700C triple wall; 14G x 36H; H: 40mm
Tires: Puncture resistant; 700C x 28C
Tubes: Butyl tube
Front Brake: Alloy V brake; resin bracket
Rear Brake: Alloy V brake; resin bracket
Brake Levers: Alloy; silver lever with black bracket
Pedals: Alloy; 9/16" with ball; CPSC reflectors
Saddle: PU padded; black
Seat Post: Alloy; rigid; 300mm
Seat Clamp: Alloy
Assembly Level: 85%
Accessories: Allen keys tool 2/5/6mm
Speed: 7
Weight: 28lbs 7oz

Lifted Seven

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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Good bike for the price....but...better read the small print
God bike for the price, we are using it as a drawing item for a local promotion. BUT>>After I put this bike together I noticed the rear derailleur was damaged, most likely in shipping. When I called in was told the warrantee was void due to the fact I put it together myself. Was told it needed to be put together by a Certified Shop. So I read the warranty and it does not say this at all. It does state "Final assembly should be done by a qualified BMX technician." I was Lied to by customer service.

I did notice the Warrantee stated "As an industry standard, some bikes might have minor cosmetic blemishes due to the nature of shipping." WOW should read NOTICE...YOUR BIKE MAY COME TO YOU JACKED UP! SOMEHOW THIS IS A INDUSTRY STANDARD.
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December 11, 2014
Cardington, OH, US
Age: 45-64
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Bought on Amazon
Very nice bike. I wanted a strong frame, a gear for big hills and skinny wheels with double walled rims. This bike had what I was looking for at a very affordable price. The shifter and derailleur are lower end Revo and Tourney but they work well once they've been adjusted. The brakes are fine. The rear hub is QR the front hub is bolted. That surprised me a little but not a biggie since my fixie is bolted front and back and I love it. I've put about 50 miles on the bike without a hitch. I took off the stickers because I prefer all black but left the Badge on because it's kind of sweet looking. So far I'm loving the purchase and I usually have buyers remorse over the cheapest of purchases.
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June 25, 2015
Greenville, MI, US
Age: 45-64
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Intermediate
Framed lifted seven bike.
So for the money you can't really beat it. The welds all seem to pretty decent as well as the paint job. Expect to buy a new seat as the one hey give you isn't that great. I set mine up via YouTube. Adjusted the brakes, shifting and brake pressures also the brake pad placement. I've already put about 25 miles on the bike and I have no complaints. Over all it was worth the money and I would suggest this bike to any beginners looking to getting into riding
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January 3, 2016
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5 months ago

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Seven gears is plenty. Plus the video review helped me make up my mind. I hope it's a good one- fingers crossed.
pamela b on Sep 4, 2014
For my wife for christmas. So when I get home from Afghanistan we can ride our bicycles together.
Neal M F on Nov 19, 2013
how large of tires can fit without rubbing the frame? the front looks to have plenty of clearance, I couldn't rell on the rear.
A shopper on Jan 29, 2014
Best Answer: It's not the frame that'll be the biggest problem-it will be the brakes. If you want to put truly fat tires on, then you should buy a frame that takes them. This bike is set up for narrow 700c road tires. It can probably take 1.75 tires but you'll need new rims. And if you're gonna do that-then just buy the pieces separately. You can get the components you want for about what it would cost to buy this bike and then replace a bunch of stuff.
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Can I replace the handle bars to bullhorn style?
Ben F on Apr 10, 2015
Best Answer: Theoretically yes, it will depend on the bars. You will want to look at the dimensions of the twist shifter and brake lever assembly to see if you can both slide it over the bend in the bars and that you will have enough room between the stem and where the bars curve to still get your hand to rest comfortably.
I have had the bike for a couple months and like it a lot so far. Doesnt sound like you are but it isn't a $2000 bike so don't expect it to be state of the art. That being said I put some fenders and a rack on with some 32 T-servs and after everything was said and done I have a great commuter for under 600. Good luck finding that anywhere else. Only 2 gripes. The stock seat is a little uncomfortable for me but you cant have one seat that is good for everyone and there are no screws for a waterbottle holder. All in all, a solid bike for a great price.
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Im looking at the Lifted im about 5' 10" will i be ok on the 56cm or will it be to tall?
pete b on Apr 8, 2016
Best Answer: Hi Pete,

I would recommend the 52cm bike. I worry that the 56cm will be too big, causing problems putting your feet down comfortably when stopped.
Reply · Report · Matt S.Staff on Apr 13, 2016
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Will it fit an engine that's 8.5" in height an 7 inches in length?
Jeremy H on Mar 11, 2016
Best Answer: Call us and ask for our bike shop guys: 1 (800) 409-7669
Reply · Report · Scottie S.Staff on Mar 14, 2016
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i need a replacement front wheel; where/what exactly do i need?
kristen v on Dec 14, 2015
Best Answer: Hi Kristen,
Chat with our bike shop. They will get you the correct wheel: 1 (800) 409-7669.
Reply · Report · Keyser S.Staff on Dec 17, 2015
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i am 5' 4 what size should I get?
A shopper on Sep 6, 2015
Best Answer: Currently Framed offers this Lifted 7 in 2 sizes. The smaller 52cm frame will work for you but the stand-over will be close.. depending on your inseam.
Reply · Report · Keyser S.Staff on Sep 8, 2015
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I'm 6'1.5 . Would a 56cm fit me? Thanks!
Marawan S on Sep 5, 2015
Best Answer: Sure, the cockpit may be close to being tight, but It would work for you.
Reply · Report · Keyser S.Staff on Sep 8, 2015
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They don't make 60cm bikes? Or 58? I'm 6'5". Can't find a bike big enough!
Brandon F on Aug 17, 2015
Best Answer: Hi Brandon,
True... Framed currently offers the Lifted series of bikes in 52cm and 56cm versions. The cockpit will be a bit tight for someone 6'5" SE's Draft comes in a 58: http://www.the-house.com/qsedft4915cr15zz-se-bikes.html
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