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Framed Pro Elite 2.0 CT Bike

Framed Pro Elite 2.0 CT Bike
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Description: Framed Pro Elite 2.0 CT Bike

Whether you are looking for a ride that can give you a bit of exercise during the weekends or something that can help you save the environment by commuting, the Framed Pro Elite 2.0 CT Bike fits the bill. This versatile Pro Elite bike can be used for general riding, road riding and to commute by having a selection of accessories to give you a more comfortable ride. With a saddle, PU padded for a solid seat, to the soft comfort grips that help maintain a handle on your bike, this Pro Elite bike is ready for you to pedal off into the sunset.

Key Features of Framed Pro Elite 2.0 CT Bike:
Frame: 6061 Alloy; TIG welded; 700C x 35C
Fork: 700C rigid Steel; TIG welded
Handlebars: Steel; low rise; -Width: 600mm -Rise: 60mm
Grips: Comfort Grips
Stem: Alloy; 4 bolt; 100mm
Headset: A-head
Brake Levers: Alloy (silver); Plasic bracket (black)
Brakes: Steel; V brake
Bottom Bracket: Sealed
Front Deraileur: Shimano 3 speed
Rear Deraileur: Shimano 7 speed; W/OB
Freewheel: 7 speed index; 12-32T
Chain: Z50
Pedals: 9/16 PP; CPSC reflectors
Front Hub: Alloy; 14G x 36H
Rear Hub: Alloy; 14G x 36H;
Rims: 700C Alloy; double wall; 14G x 36H
Tires: 700C x 35C; puncture resistant
Saddle: PU padded (black)
Seat Post: Alloy; suspension; 300mm
Clamp: Alloy; quick release
Gears: 21 speed bike

Pro Elite 2.0 CT

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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I was looking for a solid city/commuter bike to learn how to ride on, and this looked like a solid, well designed bike.
Erik M on Sep 4, 2015
Price - anxious to get bike delivered. If it's a decent bike it an unbeatable deal
Mike C on Jun 9, 2014
What is the main difference between the Elite 2.0, Pro Elite 2.0 CT and the Pro Elite 2.0 FT?
DUSTIN V on Jun 21, 2016
Best Answer: Hi Dustin,
The main difference is that the CT will be a little more upright in posture... a comfort stance. The FT will be a tic more aggressive. The Elite 2.0 will be the updated graphic and design of the FT model. They all use the same frame and component set.
Reply · Report · Keyser S.Staff on Jun 21, 2016
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What is the essential difference between the Elite 1.0 CT and the Elite 2.0 CT? Also, can either bike be fitted with fenders and a rear rack (for panniers) -- I will take it shopping.
John C on Sep 24, 2015
Best Answer: Hi Jon,

Below are the differences between the Framed Pro Elite 1.0 CT and Framed Pro Elite 2.0 CT Bikes:

30mm Handlebar Rise
Ergo Grips
Steel Spoke Nipples
14-34 Tooth Freewheel
Steel Brakes

60mm Handlebar Rise rise
Soft Comfot Grips
Brass Spoke Nipples
12-31 Tooth Freewheel
Alloy Brakes
Reply (1) · Report · Matt GStaff on Sep 24, 2015
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What gear should I put it when going down a hill because everytime I go down a hill it goes really fast and I'm not even pedaling?
A shopper on Jul 1, 2015
Best Answer: Good Day!
I would start with the brakes. Basically a fast enough decent will nullify any gear on this bike.
Reply · Report · Keyser S.Staff on Jul 1, 2015
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Does this bike sit rider up like a hybrid I can't have lot of psi. On my wrists ?
A shopper on Apr 10, 2015
Best Answer: Hey,
On this Framed Pro Elite 2.0 you will have a more upright posture... plus the seat and handlebars can be adjusted to you specifically. Not a bad choice.... a good simple bike.
Reply · Report · Keyser S.Staff on Apr 10, 2015
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