Information The Charge Grater 4 is built around a 6061 butted aluminum frame that's fun, fast, durable, and lightweight--so it's fun to ride and won't weigh you down, plus aluminum is corrosion resistant, so it can laugh off a little rain or winter weather.
It's outfitted with fender and rack mounts, and has clearance for nice, big tires.
or full blown, every day, before and after work leg shaver?
No matter, you’ll find just what you’re looking for in our K2 Road series.
There are three general types: Road bikes are built for riding on tarmac.
They’re designed for speed and distance on paved roads, and have lightweight frames, narrow, hard tires, and handlebars with a hook (or drop) for a lower, more aerodynamic position on the bike.
To change the face of bicycling by getting more women on bikes and participating as riders, advocates and leaders to create strong communities and celebrate the joy of riding a bike.
There are mild differences within road bikes, with some built for endurance, comfort and long distances, some for gravel roads, and others for all-out speed.
Mountain bikes are extremely versatile, they’re typically built for off-road use but can be ridden on any road.
More than 80 percent of American women have a positive view of bicyclists and two-thirds think their community would be a better place to live if riding a bike were safer and more comfortable (Princeton Survey Research Associates national poll, September 2012).
Still, women are underrepresented as riders and leaders in many aspects of the bicycle movement.
In 2009, women accounted for just 24 percent of bicycle trips in the U. The popularity of bicycling is skyrocketing nationwide and interest among women is rising, too.