Our lightweight aluminum frame features a Shimano 27-speed rear derailleur. A rigid fork in front ensures low total weight, making any climb easy. The perfectly controllable brakes provide the necessary safety on the downhill. Enjoy your freedom!
Ghost TR 1800 Lady City Bike Technologies:
Oversized Headtube: The oversized head tube is able to improve force transfer from the fork to the frame. The broader frame tube structure increases the frame’s torsion strength and ability to better withstand stress.
Continuous Cable Housing: The derailleur cables have continuous cable housings. Great long-term shift performance is guaranteed by eliminating any negative effects dirt might cause in the derailleur cables.
Ghost TR 1800 Lady City Bike Specifications:
Frame: Trekking 7005 PG
Stem: Ghost light AS-822 adjustable 25.4 mm
Forks: RST RF-M7 Rigid
Handlebar: GHOST 620 mm
Pedal: GHOST light
Seatpost: GHOST light SP DC 1 31.6 mm
Saddle: Selle Royal Freccia RVL Lady
Rear Derailleur: Shimano Alivio 9-Speed
Front Derailleur: Shimano Acera
Shifter: Shimano Acera SL
Lever: Shimano Acera SL
BB: Shimano Octalink
Crank: Shimano 391 48-36-26
Brakes: Shimano V-Brake
Tyre: Schwalbe Road Cruiser
Wheel: Alex ACE 18
Spokes: DT Swiss 1.8
Hubs: Shimano Hub Dynamo
Cassette: Shimano 11-32
Weight: 14.70 kg
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Hi. I'm interested in this bike for my sister. Looks pretty good except for the weight, which sounds a bit high, even considering it has a rack, mudguards, dynamo hub and lights. I see that it does report this weight on the Ghost website. 14.7kg suggests that the machine's 13kg+ without the touring bits and pieces, which suggests an overly-heavy frame. Is this the correct weight or a mistake? I'm looking for a similar bike, but one with a quality frame that's only as heavy as it is strong. She isn't really a cyclist and I'd prefer to get something light and nimble, probably not much more than 11kg without the rack and touring bits. Thanks!
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Yes, the weight for this bike is correct for the complete build as listed. There are not many 11kg City/Touring bikes (that we know of) which are available in this price range which carry all the requirements and it would be advisable to contact our Technical Department below and we can look for alternatives.
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