Bergamont Summerville N7 FH Gent vs Sun Biscayne Tandem 7

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Bergamont Summerville N7 FH Gent
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Technical Specifications
Drivetrain -- K.M.C. 1/2" x 1/8", Black (152 Links)
Frame 28", lite AL-6061 tubing
Size : 48/52/56/60 cm
High Tensile Steel, TIG-Welded
Stem BGM Classic, clamp diameter: 25.4 mm Alloy, 25.4 x 180mm Quill x 80mm Ext. x 25.4 Clamp, Black
Stoker Stem:Alloy, Adjustable Reach (4-Bolt Face) Black
Handle Bar BGM Classic, chrome city bar Steel, 28.4" Wide x 7.3" Rise x 25.4 Clamp, Black
Stoker Handlebar: Steel, 27" Wide x 10.8" Rise x 25.4mm Clamp, Black
Fork BGM rigid fork, steel 1-1/8" High Tensile Steel, Curved Legs, Double Eyelets
Seats BGM Summerville retro, leather-look, with springs --
Seatpost BGM Classic Alloy w/o Clamp, 25.6 x 350mm, Black
Grip BGM Summerville retro, leather-look, clamp version Foam, Black
Crankset Alloy Classic, 38t --
Pedals City alloy Slip Resistant Top, 9/16", Black
Chain KMC Z610, antirust
Chain cover : BGM Classic
K.M.C. 1/2" x 3/32", Black (130 Links)
Shifters Shimano Nexus, SL-C3000, 7-speed, revo-shifter Shimano 7-Speed Revo Twist Shifter
Saddle -- Comfort Cruiser, Elastomer Suspension, Black
Headset BGM Classic, threaded, 1 1/8" Steel, 25.4 x 34 x 30mm, Black
Derailleur Rear -- Shimano RD-TX35 Tourney
Hub Front Shimano Nexus, SG-C3001-7, freehub Alloy, 36H x 14G with 3/8" Bolt-On Axle, Black (For Freewheel)
Hub Rear Shimano dynamo hub, DH-C3000 Alloy, 36H x 14G x 3/8" Bolt-On Axle, Black
Spoke Stainless, silver 14G Stainless Steel with Brass Nipples
Cassette Shimano, 19t --
Bottom Bracket -- BC1.37'' x 24TPI, Steel, Caged Bearings
Spindle:Bolt Type, 119mm
Stand -- Alloy, Center Mount, Black
Headlamp BGM Summerville Classic, LED --
Taillamp BGM Summerville Classic LED rearlight, standlight --
Tyres
Front Schwalbe Fat Frank, reflective stripe, 50-622
Tubes: Schwalbe AV19
Beach Bum 26 x 2.125", Black Wall
Rear Schwalbe Fat Frank, reflective stripe, 50-622
Tubes: Schwalbe AV19
Beach Bum 26 x 2.125", Black Wall
Wheel / RIM Rims : BGM Classic X14, eyelets, CNC side, 36h Rims:26" x 36H x 14G, Red
Front: 26" x 1.75 x 36H x 14G Alloy-Cruiser, Bolt-On
Rear: 26" x 1.75 x 36H x 14G Alloy-Cruiser, (FOR FREEWHEEL)
Brakes
Front Tektro V-brake Alloy (Linear Pull) Black
Rear Tektro V-brake Alloy (Linear Pull) Black
Brake Lever Tektro CL-330TS Alloy (Linear Pull) Black / Silver
Suspension
Front -- --
Rear -- --
Colors Available
Colors Pacific blue/white/chrome (shiny) --


Physical Specs
Length -- --
Weight 17.5 kg 27.2 kg
Overview
Features - The nostalgic classic in a gent version. Gent, as in Gentleman with style.
- Low-maintenance Shimano Nexus 7-speed internal gear hub with freewheel
- Wide, comfortable Schwalbe Fat Frank tyres
- Ergonomic, comfortable saddle and grips with retro-look
- Classic alloy carrier with multifunctional Snapit adapter system by Racktime
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Additional Details BB-Set : Sealed cartridge, BSA
Max weight : 125 kg
Fender: BGM Classic
Carrier: BGM Classic alloy / Racktime Snapit System, with elastic strap
Captain Crank Left: 3-Piece Alloy, 170mm x 42T x 1/2" x 1/8", Black (For Diamond Square Cranks)
Captain Crank Right: 3-Piece Alloy, 170mm, Black (For Diamond Square Cranks)
Freewheel: Shimano TZ-21 (7-Speed) 14-28T
Captain Crank Right: 3-Piece Alloy, 170mm, Black (For Diamond Square Cranks)
Stoker Crank Left: 3-Piece Alloy, 170mm x 42T x 1/2" x 1/8", Black (For Diamond Square Cranks)
Stoker Crank Right: 3-Piece Alloy, 170mm x 42T x 1/2" x 3/32", Black (For Diamond Square Cranks)
Chainwheel: Steel, Silver Painted W/Plastic Chain Cover
Pulley Adjuster:Eccentric BB Insert
Seat Clamp: Alloy, 28.6mm I.D., with Double Bolt, Black
Stoker Seat Clamp: Alloy, 34.9mm I.D., Black
Front Fender: Steel, W/Single Strut, Painted
Rear Fender: Steel, W/Single Strut, Painted
Fender Set: Plastic, F&R W/Rubber Bump Guards, Silver
Accessories Kickstand: Atran --

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