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The Gravity Liberty CX is just the bike for the rider wanting the weight and performance of an aluminum frame & advanced straight fork blades, wide gearing, comfortable riding position, and wants all that while keeping on a budget. The Liberty CX frame is precision welded from specially shaped lightweight & strong aluminum tubing using Gravity’s own special CX-Series frame tubes. Check out the engineered top tube and BiOval down tube. This is designed for responsive performance while maintaining a comfortable ride. The frame is a SemiCompact Geometry which allows for a bit more comfortable & upright position as well as easy straddling, yet is still aero enough for some serious riding. Powerful cantilever brakes & rear rack mounts make this a perfect commuter. Compare this to a Specialized, Trek, or Giant that sells in the $900 range. And then buy this bike. Only at. General Sizing Guide: 42c – 4’11” to 5’2″ 46c – 5’3″ to 5’7″ 50c – 5’7″ to 5’10” 54c – 5’10” to 6’0″ 58c – 6’0″ to 6’6″ Specifications: Main Frame: Gravity CX Series Aluminum Frame w/Engineered TopTube, Bi-Oval Downtube, & S-Bend Seatstays Fork: Gravity CroMo StraightBlade, w/ 1.125in Steer Tube Crank Set: Alloy Arms, Triple Chainring 52/42/30 Bottom Bracket: Sealed Cartridge w/ SquareTaper Pedals: Platform 9/16in Front Derailleurs: Shimano FD-2303 down pull Rear Derailleurs: Shimano SORA RD-3400 Long Cage Shifters: Shimano FD-2303 Free Wheel / Casssette: SunRace Cassette 12/25 8sp 24 total gears Chain: SunRace 8sp Front / Rear Hubs: Formula Alloy, w/QR Spokes: Stainless Rims: Alex R450 DoubleWall Alloy w/ Machined Brake Track Tires: Kenda Kwik Trax 700×32 Brake Set: Tektro Oryx Alloy w /Cartridge Brake Pads Brake Levers: Shimano FD-2303 plus Tektro RL570 CrossTop Levers Headset: Cane Creek VP-A71 Labyrinth Sealed Bearings Handlebars: Alloy, Black 26.0mm Tape / Grip: Black Cork Stem: Alloy Threadless, 1.125in, 26.0 Clamp
The Fenix C20 Complete Road Bike is built to be the ultimate middle man in your cycling operation. It’s not as aerodynamic as the top-end Noah, but it weighs 170 grams less. It’s also not as light as the feathery Helium, but it’s a much smoother ride. In short, the Fenix C20 is the middle ground of Ridley’s line of bikes in all categories but one: comfort. Its unparalleled ride quality turns harsh roads to butter without sacrificing a watt of power. To keep you in the saddle all day, the Fenix C20 uses a vibration devouring blend of 30- and 24-ton unidirectional carbon fibers as opposed to the 50- to 60-ton moduli favored in only-weight-is-important frames. Potholes, cobblestones, and other road hazards are as smooth as crosswalk paint on the Fenix, but they may feel like taking repeated hammer blows to the kidneys on 60-ton carbon. The C20’s oversized bottom bracket and burly chainstays mean comfort doesn’t come at the cost of efficiency, though. If you ever get tired of wantonly running over obstacles, the stiff, tapered head tube nets responsive steering to dodge through debris with ease. The C20’s kit is a respectable affair all around, and it continues the theme of putting ride quality above flair. The Shimano 105 drivetrain and crankset deserve some special attention. Completely re-imagined for 2015, the new 105 boasts 11-speeds and a four-arm crankset. Evidently, it’s been dipping into the trickle-down basket and is enjoying some Ultegra technology. You’ll certainly enjoy the responsive shifting and incredible power transfer through the crankset, which is further highlighted by the Fulcrum Racing 7 LG wheelset. The Fenix’s frame means you won’t feel the road, but this mix of components means the road is certainly going to feel you.
The value-conscious road cyclist never had it so good when one considers what’s on offer with the Mekk Pinerolo AL 2.0. Featuring classic road geometry and eye-catching graphics, it’s a true all-arounder with a triple-butted aluminum frame and carbon fiber-bladed fork providing a superb, high-performance platform. Shimano Tiagra 10-speed shifters, derailleurs, and cranks are precise and reliable while the Shimano Sora brakes and HG50 cassette are rock solid performers. Shimano makes remarkable wheels as well and their R501 aluminum wheelset coupled with Continental Ultra Sport II tires ensures you’re equipped for all-around riding. Capped off with an Italian-made Selle San Marco ERA Start Power saddle, this aluminum steed is ready to fly over hill and dale or anywhere the road takes you. Mekk is the brainchild of Mark Edwards ME and Ken Knight KK , a pair of Brits with extensive experience in high-performance cycling at both the racing and production end of the spectrum.
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