THE STEP-THRU COMFORT BICYCLE
BATCH # THE STEP-THRU COMFORT BICYCLE
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What’s Behind the Batch?
"5004 Canoe Ct, Cincinnati, OH 45230—Fire up your GPS and go! The starting line of Ohio’s Little Miami Scenic Trail, one of the longest paved trails in the USA. This was the inspiration for the Batch Comfort Bicycle. Saddle up and ride through five counties, over 78 miles, all the way to Xenia (not necessarily all at once) and see Ohio from a historic perspective you won’t get from any motor car. There are trailside eateries, parks, ice cream shops, and even an old story about a pub with a smoking monkey along the way…which is something you should probably look up."
Say hello to simple and capable. Built for the recreational rider, the Step Thru Comfort bike makes it easy to get out and ride more. The step-through frame design makes getting on and off a breeze, and the upright position and comfortable seat make the ride feel effortless. A suspension seatpost takes the edge off any bumps in the road. Simple gearing and easy controls make it easy to focus on your experience, not on the bike. Built with easy to shift Shimano components and smooth, predictable brakes, you're always in control. The Step Thru Comfort bike is ready to explore city centers, suburban parks, and all the sights in between.
How to assemble and service your Batch
|Frame||Hydroformed 6061 Alloy, step through design|
|Fork||1-1/8" rigid hi-tensile steel|
|Brakes||Alloy linear pull|
|Shifters||Shimano RS-35 Revo Shift|
|Rear Derailleur||Shimano TY-300, 7 speed|
|Cassette||13-34t 7 speed|
|Crank||Forged alloy, Full chainguard, 165mm|
|Bottom Bracket||Cup and cone style|
|Tires||700 x 40mm|
|Rims||32h Double wall Aluminum|
|Hubs||32H Quick Release|
|Handlebar||Alloy, 75mm rise|
|Seat Post||Alloy suspension micro-adjust, 27.2mm|
|Product Image Disclaimer||Product images shown are representative samples. Actual specification may vary. Color representations are accurate at time of publishing, but production tints may vary slightly. Production bikes do not have bottle mounting bosses on the frame.|