Electra Townie Path 9D 2020 Hybrid Bike – Grey

£850.00

SKU: SK-93449702390 Categories: , ,

About the Electra Townie Path The Townie Path 9D delivers the comfort of the best-selling Townie in a more adventurous package. It's perfect for those looking to explore more and perhaps ride a little harder. Larger 27. 5" tires tackle terrain with better traction and control, while hydraulic disc brakes allow you to stop on a dime. So get on and take the Path less traveled. You want comfort and control but aren't afraid to kick it up a notch. With a 9-speed derailleur, powerful disc brakes and larger tires, you'll be ready to roll wherever the road takes you. While the Townie Path 9D is more rugged, it's still comfy and easy to ride. Like they say, once a Townie, always a Townie. Climb hills easily with a Shimano Alivio 9-speed derailleur and Acera Rapid Fire Plus shifter. Kenda 27. 5" tires with K-Shield protection tackle terrain with better traction and control, while Tektro hydraulic disc brakes provide smooth and reliable braking. Not that you're going to want to stop anytime soon. The Townie Path 9D is for the rider looking for a bike that is more capable. Larger 27. 5" tires roll faster and provide better traction, allowing you to tackle more terrain and transition from paved roads to gravel with ease. Built for the rigors of the road, or a ride down to the coffee shop. Key Features Large 700c, puncture-resistant Schwalbe balloon tires that roll fast and decrease vibration on uneven roads for a smooth commute. You can carry your gear with heavy-duty front and rear racks while the color-matched fenders make sure everything stays clean. Front and rear LED lights and a color-matched bell add safety, security and style. About Electra At Electra, we are inspired by those who ride our bikes. By the artistry of our culture. And the details that surround us. We started this company with the idea that we could always do better. Better than what was out there. Better than what we've done in the past. Because we believe in the power of forward motion. We belie