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Framed Pro Elite 2.0 FT Bike

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Description: Framed Pro Elite 2.0 FT Bike

At Framed Bikes we like to make fun simple bikes.

Key Features of the Framed Pro Elite 2.0 FT 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"x28/38/48Tx170mm, steel black chainring and alloy black cranks
  • CHAIN: Z50
  • HANDLEBAR: Steel low rise handlebar, W:600mm, Rise:30mm
  • STEM: Alloy A-head 4-bolt stem, Ext:90mm
  • GRIPS: Soft comfort grips
  • FRONT HUB: Alloy silver, 14Gx36H, with quick release
  • REAR HUB: Alloy silver, 14Gx36H, with quick release Cassette
  • SPOKES: 14G steel spoke, with brass nipple
  • FREEWHEEL: 7spd index freewheel,12-32T
  • SHIFT LEVER: Shimano shifters
  • FRONT DERA.: Shimano front derailleur
  • REAR DERA.: 7spd, W/OB
  • RIMS: 700C alloy double wall rim, 14GX36H
  • TIRES: 700Cx28C, F/R Puncture Resistant tires, F/V
  • TUBES: Butyl tube, F/V
  • FRONT BRAKE: alloy v brake
  • REAR BRAKE: alloy v brake
  • L/ BRAKE LEVER: alloy, silver lever with black bracket
  • R/ BRAKE LEVER: alloy, silver lever with black bracket
  • PEDALS: PP,9/16", with ball, with CPSC reflectors
  • SADDLE: PU padded, black
  • SEAT POST: Alloy rigid, with clamp, 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 before clear painting, water sticker
  • CARTON: Standard seaworthy carton
  • ASSEMBLY LEVEL: 85% assmbly
  • ACCESSORIES: Allen keys tool 2/5/6mm, water bottle screws
  • 21 Speed Bike

Pro Elite 2.0 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.

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Does this bike have the same derailleur as the Elite 1.0 FT? I asked because I was told by a saleman from Framed that the derailleur on the 1.0 FT has issues.
BRIAN J on Aug 11, 2014
Best Answer: The Framed Pro Elite 2.0 FT does have the same Derailleur as the 1.0 FT. Here at framed we havent had issues with the rear Derailleur. Im sure if someone has had an issue with the Derailleur its caused by a bent hanger and they assume its the derailleur
Reply · Report · Mark SStaff on Oct 29, 2014
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Are there problems with the 7spd, W/OB rear derailleur on Framed bikes?
David C on Oct 13, 2014
Best Answer: David - No problems that we know of
Hope that helps!
Reply · Report · Ebbin MStaff on Oct 13, 2014
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What are 7spd, W/OB derail?
David C on Oct 13, 2014
Best Answer: David - the 7spd refers to the rear derailer being able to shift through the 7 speeds of the rear cassette or freewheel - the part with the gears in the back. The "W/OB" is actually a typo of sorts - it was transferred to this description by accident and will be removed, thanks to your eagle eyes ;)
Thanks for the question!
Reply (2) · Report · Ebbin MStaff on Oct 13, 2014
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As far as I can see the biggest difference between the 1.0 and pro elite ft are that the Pro has a better seat post, double wall rims and 12-32t freewheel. If there is an issue with the derailleur is it due to the megarange freewheel on the 1.0? Would you get more speed on flat terrain with a 12-32t freewheel or is there going to be much of a difference between the two?
A shopper on Aug 31, 2014
Best Answer: Shopper - how fast you can go is dependent on the rider ;)
Hope that helps!
Reply · Report · Ebbin MStaff on Oct 2, 2014
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