New comfortable geometry for a more upright position, 700 x 32 tires.
Easy to use
Single-chainring drivetrain and curved handlebars with speed control shifter
Hybrid road/trail tires, can be fitted with a 900 pannier rack
6061 aluminum frame. Comfort road geometry
Lifetime warranty on: frame, stem, handlebars, and fork. Details on btwin.com
Comfort-oriented frame geometry with a higher steering socket and a shorter top tube that offers a more upright position than a classic road frame.
6061 T6 aluminum sloping frame with semi-integrated headset. Frame weight, size M: 1830 g.
Straight steel fork for greater comfort and precision.
Aheadset 1-1/8" head tube that provides great strength and rigidity to the steering assembly.
Handlebar width: 420 mm
Length: XS: 90 mm
S: 90 mm
M: 90 mm
L: 110 mm
XL: 110 mm
Indexed speed changes using 7-speed Shimano A050 shifter on the handlebars. Ergonomic and very comfortable: change speeds without letting go of the top part of the handlebars.
This ergonomically-shaped lever fits the palm of your hand perfectly.
Shimano Tourney 7-speed rear derailleur.
Single chainring is easier to use and reduces weight significantly: 48 teeth. Cranks: 170 mm. Cassette: Shimano 14 x 34.
Inspired by mountain bikes, the 34 Mega Range helps you manage your effort.
Tektro RL 340 brake levers offering good grip and excellent rigidity.
Quick release attachment (9 mm) at the front for easy manoeuvring and transport.
Nut mount for the rear wheel.
Hybrid sport 700 x 32 tires. The tread has small studs for increased performance. The sides of the tires have larger studs for better grip in bends on consolidated or loose ground and on gravel.
Saddle / Seat post
100 Sport Saddle Black
Aluminum seat post.
Diameter: 27.2 mm for added comfort thanks to its flexibility Length: 250 mm on XS/S
350 mm on M/L/XL
Hybrid platform pedals (good grip for use on trails).
Comes with a front and rear-lighting kit and bell.
I bought this bike as wanted an upgrade to a mountain bike I was riding on the road. I've now done over 3,500 miles since the end of March. No mechanical problems. Changed the back tyre as I shredded the original on a 15 mile gravel path from Devises to Bradford-on-Avon. Schoolboy error. Brake pads have just about run out. 7 speeds are fine. I thought the 1st gear was going to be useless. On anything above 15% it is absolutely fine. The gear shift is on the handlebar, but really not a problem. More precise than more expensive gear shifts on the brakes handle. Despite a medium frame, it's fine for me (6ft) with the saddle jacked up. You cannot beat this bike for value.