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Rover 9 Hybrid Bicycle
If you're the type of rider who loves to hit up the pavement, gravel, and even the trails, the Rover 9 is your new best friend. This bike is like the Swiss Army Knife of bicycles - it's got flexibility, comfort, and fun all wrapped up in one sweet ride.
The lightweight alloy frame is so smooth you'll forget you're even riding a bike. And with hydraulic disc brakes, you can stop on a dime no matter where you are. But let's talk about those tires - 650b x 45 plush tires make all-terrain rides a breeze. Seriously, you won't want to ride anything else.
And the best part? The Rover 9 is a best-selling favorite, so you know you're getting a bike that's tried-and-true. So why settle for a boring old bike when you can have the Rover 9? Let's ride!
Effective top tube length:
Weight: 28 lbs
Frame: 6061 Aluminum
Fork: Steel with I.S. Disc Mount
Headset: 1.125" Threadless Alloy
BB Set: Sealed Cartridge
Crankset: Aluminum crank, 170mm, 44T chainring
Shifter: Microshift 9 Speed Trigger Shifter
Front hub: Aluminum, loose ball bearings
Rear hub: Aluminum, loose ball bearings
Cassette: Microshift 9 Speed 11-34T
Chain: KMC X-9
Spokes: 14 gauge stainless steel with brass nipples
Rim: 27.5" Double-Walled Alloy Rims
Tires: Kenda Koast 27.5" x 1.75"
Brake levers: Alloy Levers
Front brakes: Tektro Hydraulic Disc Brake
Rear brakes: Tektro Hydraulic Disc Brake
Handlebar: 580mm, 25.4mm center clamp, 15d back sweep
Grips: Black Ergo Lock-On
Stem: 100mm x 17d Rise
Seat post: Forged Alloy 27.2mm
Saddle: Black Comfort Saddle
Pedals: Alloy pedals, 9/16"
Rover 9 Height Recommendations:
Medium: 5'5" - 5'9" / 165.1cm – 175.2cm
Large: 5'10 - Above / 175.2cm – Above
*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.