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Rambler 7

7-Speed Derailleur

$489

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Rambler 7

7-Speed Derailleur

$489

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7-Speed Derailleur Medium: Fits most riders 5'3" - 5'9" Large: Fits most riders 5'8" - 6'3"

THE DAILY BIKE

The Rambler is a great all-around bike for everyday use. It offers a more contemporary geometry than our traditional bikes, but still maintains a timeless profile, plus a mega range of gearing options make it great for climbing hills and more.

Frame size:

Medium: 49cm
Large: 55cm

Standover height:

Medium: 73.6cm
Large: 79cm

Effective top tube length:

Medium: 54 cm
Large: 56cm

Weight:

Medium: 15kg / 33lbs
Large: 15.4kg / 34lbs

Frame:

Hi-ten steel frame

Fork:

Hi-ten steel

Headset:

1" steel

BB set:

Cartridge

Crankset:

Medium: Forged aluminum crank, 165mm, 46T chainring, painted enclosed steel chainguard
Large: Forged aluminum crank, 170mm, 46T chainring, painted enclosed steel chainguard

Shifter:

Shimano twist shifter

Front hub:

Aluminum, 36H

Rear hub:

Shimano Acera

Cassette:

Shimano with megarange cassette

Chain:

KMC Z-51

Spokes:

14 gauge stainless steel w/ brass / CP nipples front, 13 gauge stainless steel w/brass/CP nipples rear

Rim:

Double walled, alloy rims

Tires:

Linus "Elysian" black 700x32c

Brake levers:

Tektro alloy

Brakes:

Tektro 800-A alloy dual pivot caliper brakes

Handlebar:

Custom bend polished aluminum handlebar, 580mm x 175mm, 25.4mm center clamp

Grips:

Hand-stitched genuine brown leather

Stem:

Alloy road quill, 60mm x 210mm, 25d rise

Seat post and size:

Alloy, adjustable, 25.4mm

Saddle:

Comfort brown leatherette saddle with springs

Pedals:

Alloy pedals

Fenders:

Painted steel fenders with retro brackets and stainless steel braces

Extras:

Front and rear reflectors, mid-century alloy bell, alloy kickstand

Rambler Frame Height Recommendations:

Medium: 5'3" - 5'9" / 160.0cm - 175.2cm
Large: 5'8" - 6'3" / 172.7cm - 190.5cm

*Note: Some riders may be a little outside these height range recommendations but prefer the feel of a larger or smaller size. Stand over height measurement is not as important as how the bike geometry feels while it is being ridden. As long as the rider can reach the ground while sitting on the saddle, even if it's just their toes, this size will be compatible with their height.