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sixthreezero Ride In The Park Women's 7-Speed Touring City Bike, 700x32c Wheels, Navy Blue, 17"/One Size

Designed to let you cruise, coast, and climb, the sixthreezero Ride in the Park women's bicycle combines a classic city cruiser frame with a choice of three gearing options — making it ideal for beach journeys, trips to the market, and urban commuting. Featuring lightweight aluminum construction, the women's Ride in the Park has a low swooping frame design for easy step-through entry, plus a seat and handlebar geometry that puts you in an upright, heads-up position.or easy step-through entry, plus a seat and handlebar geometry that puts you in an upright, heads-up position.Offering maximum versatility for a wide range of activities, this stylish bike is outfitted with a comfortable brown synthetic leather saddle and matching grips with classic stitching.The Ride in the Park women's bike is available in three gearing options: 21-speed Shimano Tourney derailleur and Friction shifters help you tackle demanding street, trail, long distance, and uphill riding. Front and rear handbrakes make stopping easy and precise.7-speed Shimano external hub allows for a wide range of riding — from leisure to long distance commutes. Includes front and rear handbrakes.3-speed Shimano internal hub with easy-to-use Nexus shifter enables you to handle longer distances and moderate hills. Includes front and rear handbrake.It also comes with a rear rack for mounting optional baskets or panniers (sold separately), matching full fenders to protect you from splashes and debris, twist shifter for quick gear changes, a 700 x 32C wheel set, and double-walled rims for a smooth ride. This 26-inch bike fits riders from 5 feet to 6 feet, 2 inches tall, and it comes 85 percent assembled.Designed with comfort, ease, and eye-catching style, sixthreezero bikes offer affordable quality for a vast range of riders.Designed with comfort, ease, and eye-catching style, sixthreezero bikes offer affordable quality for a vast range of riders. read more