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The Quartier is, hands down, the comfiest choice for a neighbourhood ride with the kids or a Sunday picnic with that special someone. No matter what your body type, you’ll love the Quartier’s big saddle, high handlebars and low-step design. Even first-time riders can enjoy a leisurely spin without feeling sore afterward (did we say comfort?).So whether you’re looking to get more active, to spend a sun-filled day with friends — or both! — this relaxing ride helps you roll steady and strong.

Technologies

1X8 Gearing 1X8 Gearing
Alloy Fork Alloy Fork
Meta 20 Alloy Meta 20 Alloy
Progressive Geometry Progressive Geometry
S-L S-L

Characteristics

Fork

Meta 10 Aluminum

Weight (lb)

29

Sizes

S M L L

Color(s)

Powder Grey Sage Green

Shifters

Shimano Altus M315 2x8

Rear derailleur

Shimano Acera M3020

Brakes

Shimano BR-U300 flat-mount hydraulic disc

Brakelevers

Shimano BL-M200

Crank

Shimano FC-TY501

Chainrings

46-30

Bottom bracket

BB-73 BSA

Cassette

Shimano HG31 11-34

Chain

KMC Z8.3

Headset

FSA 42/48/ACB

Handlebar

MJ HB-T321

Stem

Opus Gold

Grips tape

Velo Ergo Dual Density

Saddle

Opus Lifestyle Wide

Seatpost

Opus Bronze 27.2 x 350, 400(L, XL)

Wheels rims

Weinmann U28 650b

Hubs

Joytech disc

Tires

Kenka Kwick Seven.5 650bx50c

Pedals

FPD NW-99K

Other

Front and rear rack ready

Geometry

Size S M L
Rider’s height (± CM) 155 170 183
Rider’s height (± “) 5’1” 5’7″ 6′
S – Seat tube 380 450 500
TT – Top tube 599 626 651
HT – Head tube 160 190 215
HA – Head angle 69 69 69
SA – Seat angle 67 67 67
CS – Chain stay 480 480 480
D – BB drop 75 75 75
ST – Stack 585 613 636
RE – Reach 351 366 381
SO – Stand over
Handlebar width (mm) 630 630 630
Stem length (mm) 80 80 90
Crank length (mm) 170 170 170

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