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USED Bikes Tour - The classic Randonneur

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  • USED Bikes Tour - The classic Randonneur

USED Bikes Tour - The classic Randonneur

Tour - Touring bike with lugged steel frame:  700c Chrom-Moly double-butted steel frame with lugs, 30-gears, touring tires, retrofittable with carriers (front and back) and fenders, white. Application area : Tour, city, luggage

Availability: In stock

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We dream of a better world and support a number of projects that have the same goals and ideals.
From the Pleasant Revolution and the Rock für Tibet Charity Show we work to educate people about alternative energy and political thinking.
We support the band Cliff Barnes and the Fear of Winning and their Pedal Power Music System, making electricity for concerts with just 4 bicycles. We don't preach we discuss and learn. Maybe you can help us out:

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2. Pleasant Revolution
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It’s not about something new, it’s not about fashion or “this years model”, it’s about “tried and trusty, safe and serious”. This frame is not what people call “funky”, but it’ll take you to hell and back, while carrying everything you need to spend some time there. The frames are not made of Alloy or Carbon, but of Allegro ChroMoly steel, a material that will not let you down. The lugged frame is how they built frames back in the old days, back when men were men. This lugged ChroMoly frame has flex, but is still stiff enough to go everywhere you want to go.


For this bike say “comfortable” and “enduring” and it does that fully loaded. It’s got eyelets all over the place and comes with a complete Shimano 105 group. It’s a traditional Radonneur bike and you won’t see the “Superlite” sign above it in the store, but that’s not what we were trying to do. The job at hand was to fit like a glove and that’s the way we build bikes. Richard Ayling has been twiddling with the geometry for years now and he’ll tell you, he’s almost there. But you know that designers never say “finished”!

Additional Info

Additional Info

Brand USED Steel Bikes
Name Tour