Tour de France 700c Stage One Polka Dot Bike

Item # WX2-222788


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Tour de France 700c Stage One Polka Dot Bike was built for the climb!

It's a well-known fact that the "King of the Mountain" - the first over the mountain top during the Tour's mountain stages - wears the Polka Dot Jersey. It's a fitting name, then, for this Road Bike made to charge the mountain with ease. The lightweight alloy frame combined with Shimano®'s Tourney derailleurs make this Bike ideal for long, tough climbs. Classic steel drop bars and stem-mounted shifters give this Bike a classic look that is backed with modern technology.

  • Frame: Alloy
  • Fork: Steel 1" Threaded
  • Shifters: Shimano SL-SY20A stem-mounted lever shifter
  • Stem: Steel 22.2 quilled road
  • Crankset: Dotek steel double 48t / 42t 170 mm length
  • Pedals: Steel cage with plastic body
  • Wheelset: 700c double-walled alloy rims / steel hubs 36h / 6 spd. freewheel
  • Tires: Wanda 700c / 25c road
  • Front / rear derailleurs: Shimano Tourney
  • Handlebar: 42 cm 25.4 classic steel drop
  • Seatpost: Alloy 27.2 300 mm
  • Saddle: Steel rail road saddle
  • Brakes: Alloy caliper
  • Net weight: 28 lbs. Some assembly required.

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