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2013 Dawes Galaxy Cross Cromo Tourer bike

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2013 Dawes Galaxy Cross Cromo Tourer bike

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2013 Dawes Galaxy Cross Cromo Tourer bike brought to you by FreeFlow Bikes! For store collection only!

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The Galaxy Cross is a new member to our touring stable and caters for the tourist or commuter that wants a different riding experience compared to our regular drop bar offering. The stealth like chromoly frameset is strong yet light and ready to be laden for the long haul. With super stopping power from the Shimano disc brakes and a generous spread of 24 speed gears its easy to see why the Galaxy Cross is destined to be a winner. 

 

 

Specifications

Sizes
Frame
Fork
Headset
Shifters
Rear Derailleur
Front Derailleur
Chain
Freewheel
Front Hub
Rear Hub
Rims
Spokes
Tyres
Chainwheel
Bottom Bracket
Brakes
Brake Levers
Handlebar
Stem
Seatpost
Saddle
Grips
Pedals
Rack
Kickstand
Mudguards
Bell

16", 18", 20", 22"
4130 Chromoly Touring geometry
Chromoly blades
Threaded 1.1/8"
Shimano SL-M310 24 speed
Shimano Acera 8 speed
Shimano FD-M191
KMC-Z72
Shimano CS-HG30-8i 11-32T
Alloy 36 hole QR
Alloy 36 hole QR
Alloy double wall Stainless steel
Vittoria Randonneur 700x32c
Shimano FC-M361 48/38/28 x 170mm crank
Sealed cartidge
Shimano BR-M375 mechanical discs
Tektro CL-530 
Dawes alloy flat bar with 5 degree bend
Dawes alloy Ahead
Alloy 27.2mm x 300mm
Dawes comfort
Ergonomic Vice grips with integrated bar end
Resin with clip
Alloy rear with dog leg
N/A
Chromplastic
Ping type

 

 

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Dawes Recommended Sizing Guide
 

 


It is important to choose the right size bike as a correctly fitting cycle will be more comfortable to ride and enable you to ride faster, further and in more control.

 

To be able to correctly choose the size of your bike you must know your inside leg measurement.

To find this out correctly it is best to use the following method:

Stand upright with your back to a wall and with your shoes off and legs together.

Take a pencil and mark the wall at crotch level and measure the distance to the floor.

 

You can now use this measurement as a guide to which size bike you would like depending on the style of riding (touring, sportif etc). If your measurement falls between two sizes try to bear in mind your overall height. If your legs are long for your height you should perhaps err towards the smaller frame size. If your legs are short for your overall height then maybe the larger frame size would be better for you.

 

Frame with a horizontal top tube

 

If you are purchasing a bike with a horizontal top tube then use the following formula:

Inside leg measurement (cm) x 0.69

The result of this sum will give you the frame size you require. If you fall between sizes we advise you go for the smaller size.

Frame with a sloping top tube


If you are purchasing a bike with a sloping top tube then use the following formula:

Inside leg measurement (cm) x 0.64

The result of this sum will give you the frame size you require. If you fall between sizes we advise you go for the smaller size.

 

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