ABOUT THE BIKE
Sprint 700 - The Industries Sprint 700 packs performance and ride quality into one fun package. Although it is built for speed, there is no shortage of comfort in this ride as the frame capably absorbs road vibrations. The perfect road bike is meant to efficiently turn your pedaling into forward momentum, and that is just want the Sprint 700 does. The power transfer is instantaneous! If you want a bike that will give you comfort in the saddle and speed when you want it, this is the bike for you.
ABOUT THE MANUFACTURER
Industries bikes is the sibling brand to Belfort. As part of the Veloci Group founded in 1968, Industries is part of one of the oldest and largest bicycle manufacturers in the Western Hemisphere. They are a company that does not spare the details when it comes to quality. Unlike Belfort, Industries focuses on entry-to middle-level bikes for the everyday cyclist. Industries focuses on hybrid and city bikes, kids bikes, road bikes, mountain bikes, and electric bikes.
The name Industries pays homage to its parent company Veloci which was originally known as Veloci Industries. The name also pays respect to the working families for which these pragmatic bikes were designed. Many companies were designing either really cheap bikes or very high-end bikes. Families that wanted better quality but didn’t need a performance bike had very few options. That’s where Industries came in. Creating quality bikes with great components and accessible price points is the calling card of the Industries brand.
Frame:6061 Aluminum Alloy
Fork:6061 Aluminum Alloy Road Disc
Handlebar:Four Brothers Road
Stem: Four Brothers
Seat: Four Brothers
Brakes: Mechanical Disc Repute 160mm
Shifters: Shimano Claris
Front derailleur: Shimano Tourney
Rear derailleur: Shimano Claris 8speed
Cassette: One 8speed 11-32
Chain: One CnMX8
Crankarm: One 50/34
Wheels: Akbal R700 Alloy Double Wall 28H
Spokes: Steel Black
Tires:Four Brothers Akbal R700x23-28mm
Front Hub: One 28H 100x9mm 6B
Rear Hub: One 28H 135x9mm 6B
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