FX 1 Stagger is a hybrid bike with a classic step-through frame design that's easier to mount and dismount. It's perfect for anyone looking to get out more, ride as a family, do a bit of exercise, or commute to work on a versatile bike backed by a lifetime warranty. It's right for you if... - You want to get out and ride more, and you're looking for performance where it really counts: a lightweight frame, wide range of gearing, and strong wheels. You also want a great value, and the confidence of Trek's lifetime warranty. The tech you get - A lightweight aluminum frame with a geometry that's easier to mount and dismount; 21 speeds so there's always a right gear for your terrain, strong, double-walled wheels with wide, stable tires; and mounts that make it easy to accessorize your ride with racks, fenders, lights, fitness trackers, a kickstand, and more! The final word - FX 1 Stagger is a workhorse hybrid bike at a great value. It's built with a lightweight aluminum frame, performance parts that keep the price in check, and strong wheels built on double-walled rims. This hybrid is perfectly suited to a variety of uses, from casual riding to exercise and commutes. Why you'll love it - It's versatile and does whatever you want it to do, whether that's riding for fitness, commuting, or cruising to the farmer's market to pick up groceries - The step-through frame makes it easy to hop on and go, and hop off when your ride is over - It's easy to accessorize with racks, a kickstand, fenders, lights, and more! - You can pair FX with your smartphone and send your ride data to your favorite fitness app when you add DuoTrap S - Like every Trek hybrid, it's backed by a lifetime warranty and supported by a wide network of retail partners
$499.99 $629.99 21% Off
This modern day classic is built to ride. It’s lightweight. It’s durable. It’s comfortable. The wide range gearing is perfect for everything from the bike path to beer runs. The 7D comes equipped with an alloy frame, 7-speed drivetrain and fenders for all-weather riding. - Lightweight 6061-T6 aluminum frame - Shimano Acera 7-speed w/Megarange gearing - Shimano Revo twist shifter - Painted alloy fenders - Sealed cartridge bottom bracket - Alloy crankset w/44t alloy chainring and guard - Alloy dual pivot caliper brakes - Double-wall alloy rims - 700 X 35C tires
$499.99 $789.00 37% Off
The Stinson brings a new level of comfort and control to your ride. This model has a lightweight Series 1 aluminum frame with low standover, an ergonomic handlebar, plush saddle, and versatile, high-volume 27.5" tires with mixed tread for control on a variety of surfaces. Design features include our Comfort Control Geometry with upright seating and the ability to touch the ground with the forefoot, while maintaining proper saddle height for pedaling efficiency. Series 1 Aluminum Frame The Stinson features a Series 1 6061 aluminum frame with exceptionally low standover, disc brake mounts, rack and fender eyelets, and high-volume 27.5" wheels. Comfort Control Geometry Marin Comfort Control geometry allows you to touch the ground with your forefoot when the saddle is at the correct height for full pedaling leg extension. 27.5" Tires Large volume 27.5 x 2.35" tires are capable and comfortable across a range of surfaces. Wide-Range Gearing Wide-range, 1x gearing is simple to use and offers as large if not larger of a gear range than multi-chainring bikes of the past. - Aluminum frame w/CrMo fork - MicroSHIFT Advent 1x9 Wide Range drivetrain - Power CX7 mechanical disc brakes - Marin Comfort touch points
Key features of the CHPT3 edition: S Type handle bars Red Ergon GA2 grips 6 speed gearing Special edition colours, sparkle grey and fire red Painted Titanium parts in black Black steel handlebar post (Telescopic) Black edition components Firm suspension block Tan wall Schwalbe Kojaks Custom red/black Brooks Cambium C17 No mudguard and rack (to reduce weight) Stylish, fast and guaranteed to stand out in any city. David Millar, one of Britain’s most successful cyclists and Tour de France stage winner, first met with Brompton CEO Will Butler-Adams 2 years ago. David rarely used a bike for commuting in the city, instead only riding when competing or training. After an in-depth conversation with Will about Brompton, David agreed to try a Brompton when travelling round London and other cities he visited. He went on to use a specially modified ‘race ready’ Brompton in the Brompton World Championship Final in 2015. This kick started the collaboration with Brompton.
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