Product Descriptionupgraded features that include an enlarged, double butted bulged down seat and top tubes, upper and lower front gussets and disc brake compatible rear dropouts. Available in Powder Black, Red and Polished finish in 14", 16.5" and 18" sizes and 27.2 or 31.8 clamp.
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