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Framed Pro Elite 2.0 FT Bike


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Description: Framed Pro Elite 2.0 FT 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 FT Bike fits the bill. With a selection of accessories to give you a more comfortable ride, this versatile Pro Elite bike can be used for general riding, road riding and commuting. The PU-coated saddle offers a solid seat and the soft comfort grips help maintain a handle on your bike. Pedal off into the sunset with the Pro Elite 2.0.

Key Features of Framed Pro Elite 2.0 FT Bike:
Frame: 6061 Alloy; TIG welded; 700C x 28C
Fork: 700C rigid Steel; TIG welded
Handlebars: Steel; low rise; -Width: 600mm -Rise: 30mm
Grips: Ergo Grips
Stem: A-head Alloy; 4 bolt; 90mm
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; quick release
Rear Hub: Alloy; 14G x 36H; quick release cassette
Rims: 700C Alloy; double wall; 14G x 36H
Tires: 700C x 28C; puncture resistant
Saddle: PU padded (black)
Seat Post: Alloy; 300mm
Clamp: Alloy; quick release
Gears: 21 speed bike

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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gregory v on Aug 29, 2016
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gregory v on Aug 29, 2016
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!
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!
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!
Are inner tubes regular or presta valve?
A shopper on Jun 1, 2018
As everyone pointed out they are Presta valves. That is becoming more and more common again, and actually most new pumps can inflate either.
Does the Framed Pro Elite 2.0 FT Bike come mostly assembled? How hard is it to complete assembly for the non-technician like me?
Anthony C on Aug 4, 2016
BEST ANSWER: You will need to attach the pedals, seat, handle bar and front wheel. Most of the tricky stuff (cables, shifters, gears, etc..) is already put together. You may need to loop the chain around the main drive gear, and while the shift knobs are already in the handle bar, they are not tightly attached.

The hardest part was connecting and adjusting the front brakes. The tiny screws used to adjust the brakes are not robust and will strip easily if you're not careful.

Note: technically, if you assemble it yourself you void the warranty.
What kind of tire pump do I need to use for these tires?
A shopper on Jun 17, 2017
Rob is correct... it will use a Presta Valve.
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
I am 5 7 .which size should I get framed elite 2.0 FT?
A shopper on May 29, 2017
Based on your height we would recommend the 19" size.
I just purchased a Framed Pro-Elite 2.0 FT and I am disappointed how low the handles are, not different than the mountain bike I already have (the seat is also very rigid and uncomfortable). Is there a way to raise the handle bar on this bike? It does run fine but it is a very uncomfortable position, definitely not for leisure cruise.
Flavius T on Jul 5, 2016
From Framed: "The stock stem can be replaced with an adjustable stem. That can be purchased from most every bike shop or parts seller via online. Same with the seat. That seatpost is compatible with most every comfort driven seat you can find."
I'm 5'5 and 17in is only available. Will the be an issue?
A shopper on Jun 13, 2016
You are close. I believe you could ride the Pro Elite 2.0 FT 17" just fine, but it will be on the larger end of the spectrum for you.
I am looking to buy a bike for my husband. He is a beginner, so I do not want to get anything really expensive. This bike looks like a good choice. He is 6'2 about 250lbs. Will this be good for him?
Anita on Jun 5, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Good Day Anita,
The Framed Pro Elites are excellent simple bikes that make great all-around transportation. At 6' 2" he can ride this bike fine... just make sure to get a 21" frame. If you have more detailed questions you can also have a chat with our bike shop: 1 (800) 409-7669. They can help!