I just saw this bike for sale.One place it says 28 lbs and another says 34 lbs. What is the weight?What are detailed specs, gear inches, parts, etc?
The 19" refers to the frame size. Roughly speaking, this translate to a "Medium" frame. WE currently only have the one size, but if we receive enough interest, we may consider adding a wider size range.
A rider with an inseam between 26"-36" should be able to comfortably ride the Swiss Alps.
The fork on the Swiss Alps has an "Always on" suspension fork; no lock out. Generally speaking, in terms of comfort, we have found that the "always on" suspension is more suited for comfort riders. If you were to turn "off" the suspension, you would end up with a traditional rigid frame, while still carrying the weight of the suspension fork. In other words, all of the weight, none of the benefits.
While we understand that this design philosophy is not ideal for every rider, based on the feedback we've received, our customers do enjoy this design.
If you have any other questions, let us know!
What is the folded size of the bike?
What does the 19” refer to? What size persons does the bike accommodate?
Does the suspension fork have a lockout mechanism?
Thank you to become the third eye! We just received Swiss Alps shipment last Thursday and put together the web pages quickly without further reviews. It has been temporary correctly by me. I will have others to review and re-do this web pages.
We are very excited to launching "Swiss Alps", the full size fold-able Mountain bike. IT is weight at 34 lb on the bike itself. It comes with 21-speeds, 3 gears in the front times 7-gears in the back.
Please see detail in our product page!