56cm Tour de France Advantage Pro Elite Touring Bicycle

Average User Rating: 5 stars 5.00out of1

For long commutes or weekend joy rides, the Tour de France Advantage Pro Elite Touring Bicycle will get you there with optimal efficiency. With the Touring bicycles light alloy frame and microshift drivetrain, you'll use less energy so you can ride longer. You'll love commuting-friendly features like mud and dust-reducing fenders and the handy carrying rack, as well as thoughtful safety add ons like generator-powered front and rear lights. This sleek 56cm bicycle was designed to give you the advantage no matter what your destination or the type of terrain you'll need to tackle to get there. Put more fun in riding and pack more fitness into your day with the. Tour de France Advantage Touring Bicycle. Please note: If you select Site to Store delivery, your bike(s) will require assembly upon pickup.

  • Riding Style: Touring bike
  • Frame Size: 56cm
  • Frame Material: alloy
  • Fork: steel 1-1/8" threaded
  • Speeds: 21 speeds
  • Cantilever brakes
  • Derailleur: Microshift
  • Wheels: 700C double-walled alloy rim
  • Hubs: 36H
  • Handlebars: 60cm back sweep alloy risers
  • Seat Post: alloy 27.2 300mm length
  • Saddle: Vader Ed rail without clamp
  • Crank Set: Dotek alloy triple
  • Maximum Weight Capacity: 275 lbs
  • Assembly required
  • Dimensions: 56"L x 8"W x 31"H
  • UPC: 698238501491
  • Speeds: 21-Speed
  • Bike Type: Road Bikes
  • Age Start: 8 Years
  • Age End: 12 Years
  • Battery Type: Does Not Contain a Battery
  • Primary Color: Silver
  • Multi Pack Indicator: No
  • Model No: 31756

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  • 300+ miles on it so far and loving it!

    5 stars

    5/5/2015 by qwerty9999999999999999999

    I bought it on sale for only $202 but the $300+ price is still fair... Seriously this bike is worth it. After assembling mine I took it down to a shop to dbl check my work and the guy there was pretty impressed with the bike too (especially for the price. This is my first bespoke road bike and I am glad I got it. Perfect for a person who wants to get into cycling for health reasons because it is set up with advancement in mind (good platform to build on). The bike arrives nearly 1/2 assembled, all the complicated bits (derailer settings and whatnot)come already set up and just need only the most minor of adjustment. Now If I were forced to complain about a few things... Why on earth would a bike that comes with 100's of dollars in extras from the factory not include a cup rack?!?! Easy fix tho the mounts for one are already there all you have to do is turn two screws that are already sitting in the holes. And speaking of screws, the tiny wood screws that come with it are important and secure the fenders to the plastic clips on the end of the wire mounting arms. PUT THOSE IT, LOL I missed that step and within 100 miles the fenders were rubbing on the tires every time I had to hop up a curb or took a short cut down a gravel path. BTW I weigh 280 lbs and I could barely make a 3 mile ride on my first trip. Within a month I am averaging 10 - 20 miles a day and that has a lot to due with how easy this bike makes getting into the hobby. The other part is having people that want to ride with you even if it is only on Sundays.