Linus Altore 7

By Linus
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Introducing the Altore 7:

The Perfect All-Rounder Bike at an Unbeatable Price. Discover the Optimal Blend of Comfort and Performance with its Neutral Riding Position. Experience Vibration Dampening through Curved Seat Stays, while the 7-Speed Gear System Offers Versatile Range.

Enhanced Paint Protection:

We Go the Extra Mile by Applying a Double Layer of Clear Coat to Strengthen and Protect the Paint. Our Commitment to Quality Means Two Coats for Unmatched Resilience.

Enhanced Visibility for Safety:

Ride Confidently, Even at Night, with Reflective Tire Walls. Witness the Dramatic Difference as Visibility Skyrockets, Making You Clearly Visible on Dark Streets. Don't Compromise on Safety.

Frame size:

Small: 49cm
Medium: 54cm
Large: 59cm

Standover height:

Small: 73.66cm
Medium: 76.83cm
Large: 81.28cm

Effective top tube length:

Small: 54.5cm
Medium: 57cm
Large: 59.5cm

Weight: 28 lbs

Frame: Hi-Tensile Steel

Fork: Hi-Tensile Steel

Headset: 1" Alloy top/steel base

BB set: Cartridge

Crankset: 3-piece forged aluminum crank, 170mm, 42T chainring, alloy chainguard

Shifter: Shimano Altus Trigger Shifter

Front hub: Ball Bearing Alumnium, 36H

Rear hub: 7 Speed Freewheel, Ball Bearing, 32-Hole

Cog: Shimano 12-32T

Chain: KMC Z7

Spokes: 14 gauge stainless steel

Rim: Double walled, alloy rims

Tires: Kenda KWIK TRAX 700x28

Brake levers: Tektro alloy

Front brakes: Alloy dual pivot caliper brake with quick release

Rear brakes: Alloy dual pivot caliper brake with quick release

Handlebar: Custom bend polished alloy handlebar, 580mm width, 25.4mm center clamp with 20mm rise and 15-degree backsweep

Grips: Kraton Rubber

Stem: Alloy road quill, 80mm x 180mm, 18d rise

Seat post and size: Alloy, adjustable, 25.4mm

Saddle: Ergonomic black leatherette saddle

Pedals: EPB bushing aluminum cage

Altore Frame Height Recommendations:

Small: 5'4" - 5'6" / 162.56 cm - 167.64 cm
Medium: 5'7" - 5'10" / 170.18 cm - 177.8 cm
Large: 5'10" + / 177.8 cm+

*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.