• Rigid lightweight frame for precise steering characteristics
  • Tried and tested Shimano gear combination
  • Handlebars are manually adjustable on the go
  • Hub dynamo and integrated cables can take the occasional knock

Chamonix T27

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Overview

Discover the Chamonix T27

Gazelle takes trekking to a higher level with the Chamonix T27. Refined suspension integrated into the head tube keep you in good shape on longer touring trips. And with 27-speed gears you can cope with anything. And whether you choose the ladies’ or the men’s model: with an adjustable saddle, handlebars and handlebar grips, you can adjust this Chamonix exactly to your favourite cycling posture.

Specifications of Chamonix T27

Highlights

  • Frame shape High-step, low-step
  • Size 49, 53, 57, 61, 65
  • Brake system short description V-brakes
  • Gears 27
  • Fork suspension type internal to headset

General

  • Name Chamonix
  • Frame description Stable, lightweight oversized aluminium frame with 70.5° headset angle and 71.5° saddle tube angle gives positive steering control and sporty riding characteristics. Low step-through frame with extra stable construction and sporty look.
  • Frame material aluminium
  • Luxury level ****
  • Fork material aluminium
  • Fork suspension type internal to headset
  • Rear carrier description Aluminum
  • Handlebar description Aluminium, trekking comfort curved model
  • Chaincase description Plastic
  • Rims Ryde Eco 19
  • Segment Trekking bicycles
  • Lock description Ring lock with an option for a plug-in cable to attach your bike to a fixed object for extra protection against theft
  • Sitting position Upright
  • Travel Fork 30 mm
  • Grip type Ergon GC10
  • Grips Plastic handlebar grips with ergonomic form for a better distribution of pressure on the hands
  • Lock safety level ART ** certified
  • Kickstand type side stand
  • Lock Type AXA Defender

Transmission & Brakes

  • Front derailleur Shimano Altus
  • Rear derailleur Shimano Deore
  • Front chainwheel 42-32-22

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