- Speeds: 7
- Wheel Size: 700c
- Folding Time: 20 sec.
- Folded Size: 36"x28"x12"
- Approx Weight: 27lbs
- M.S.R.P: $659.00
- Cruising the city streets.
- Grabbing coffee.
- Small apartments.
- 17in Frame: 4'8" - 5'2" Standover height 27"
- 19in Frame: 5'3" - 5'10" Standover height 28"
- 21in Frame: 5'11" - 6'4" Standover height 29"
The new 2010 Crosstown is a one of a kind pavement bike that is perfect for practical commuting. It’s an easy to use folding bike offering 7-speeds, 700c tires, and the CLIX™ Wheel Release System. It also features a new invention called the Octagon, a stem that is height-adjustable with just a simple click of a button. This allows the rider to have the handlebars at whatever height feels comfortable. This hybrid commuter comes in 17”, 19”, and 21” frame sizes and offers portability, and an elegant style for a ride that’s sure to attract attention.
Award winning features behind the Crosstown.
|Frame||Custom drawn 7005 Series, Aluminum tubing with FIT System.|
Rigid Unicrown, with CLIX™ Wheel Release System
|Rims||Alex. Alloy, 36 hole, Silver. 700c.|
|Tires||Kenda Kwick. Multi tread. 700c x 30mm.|
|Hubset||Formula. Alloy CLIX™ front quick release.|
|Saddle||Performance comfort with Internal Springs and “Center Gap”.|
|Seatpost||27.2 X 300mm Alloy.|
|Handlebars||Riser style 30mm rise. 600mm wide. Alloy, Black.|
|Stem||Octagon™ height adjustable stem. No tools required.|
|Shifters||SRAM Twist Shifter|
|Rear Derailleur||SRAM X-3, long cage.|
|Crankset||Single chainwheel. Alloy 170mm crank arm.|
|Brakeset||Alloy. Caliper side pull.|
|Pedals||Trekking pedal with all-weather non-slip tread.|
Cup and Cone
|Frame Sizes||17”, 19”, 21”|
|Stand over heights||TBA|
|Folded Size||36” x 28” x 12”|
|Specifications and prices subject to change without notice. Bike specifications and prices for your country may differ. We do our best to ensure that the listed specifications accurately reflect the parts found on our folding bikes. Even so, we may have to change the component specifications from time to time. We do our best to make sure that all component substitutions are of equal performance and cosmetics as those listed . Also our international distributors often ask us to modify components to better suit their local markets. Please contact your local distributor for information about bikes in your area.|