Shouldn’t all bikes be comfortable? You would think so, but many types of bicycle are designed for speciﬁc types of riding Comfort bikes are designed speciﬁcally to be very easy and comfortable to ride. The riding position is more upright, putting less stress on the back, hips, shoulders and arms. These bikes also have cushy saddles and grips, easy shifting gears, and often suspension forks as well.
Frame Alloy 6061, TIG Welded Fork Hi-Tensile Unicrown Headset 1-1/8" Threaded Rims Alloy 26" Hubs (F/R) Alloy, QR Tires KHS 26x1.95, w/K-Shield Spokes 14G Stainless, 36x36 Derailleur, Front n/a Derailleur, Rear Shimano RD-TX35 Shifters Shimano Revo Chain KMC Z50 Crankset Alloy Forged, 42T, 170mm BB Cartridge Bearing Freewheel Shimano 7-Speed Mega Range, 14-34T Pedals Platform w/Non-Slip Tread Seatpost Alloy Micro-adjust, 27.2mm Saddle Manhattan Comfort Handlebar Alloy 95mm Rise/640mm Stem Alloy Adjustable Angle, Tall Grips Comfort Dual Density Brake Levers Promax Linear Pull Alloy Brakes Promax Alloy Linear Pull, Long Reach Extras Kickstand, Rack, Fenders Color Dark Blue; Ladies: Teal, Light Blue, Mustard, Rose Gold Frame Size M/14, L/17; Ladies: Step-Thru/12