Full Suspension Bike DHS Terrana 2645 26” – 2016 - SPECIAL OFFER
Suitable for hard terrain, rotary shifter, Shimano Tourney gear shifter, 70mm travel fork, bell, reflector set.
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Full Suspension Bike DHS Terrana 2645 26” – 2016
The Full Suspension Bike DHS Terrana 2645 26” – 2016 is a modern mountain bike with a sturdy, steel frame which ensures a smooth ride. The Shimano rotary shifter with 21 gears allows the rider to adjust to the terrain. The DHS Terrana 2645 bike has a number of safety features such as disc brakes, a bell or a reflector set. The excellent price/performance ratio makes the Full Suspension Bike DHS Terrana 2645 26” – 2016 a popular bike. The high quality frame with a rear shock absorber and the full suspension front fork make the bike suitable for both terrain and paved-road riding.
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- Wheel size: 26”
- Frame: full suspension, steel
- Front fork: suspension, steel, 70mm travel
- Rear suspension: LSB 750 coil spring
- Rims: CERURIM ALCOR D20-DW26"-36H, doublewall, aluminum
- Brakes: Winzip, mechanical, disc, aluminum, 160mm diameter
- Hubs: steel
- Tires: Kenda K-845 26"*2.0
- Gear shifter: Shimano Tourney RS35 Revoshift, rotary
- Number of gears: 21 (3x7)
- Front derailleur: Shimano Tourney TZ30
- Rear derailleur: Shimano Tourney TX35
- Chainring: 24/34/42T, cranks 170mm, aluminum
- Cassette sprockets: Shimano Tourney TZ21
- Chain: KMC Z-51
- Handlebars: firm, steel, 600mm
- Seat: DDK MTB
- Seatpost: aluminum
- Stem: aluminum
- Reflector set for better visibility
- Weight: 16.6kg
- Weight limit: recommended 90 kg, maximum 120kg
Full Suspension Bike DHS Terrana 2645 26” – 2016 - Product parameters
Brakes are an essential part of a bike. The two most common types are disc brakes and V-brakes. Disc brakes are more effective, but need to be maintained more often, while V-brakes are easy to maintain and last longer. Other braking systems include drum brakes or a coaster brake (in children's bikes).
On modern bikes, sprocket wheels on the rear wheel are affixed to a cassette. Along with the front derailleur, they add more gears and the rider can choose the optimal speed/pedalling ratio. Cassettes can be taken apart and the sprocket wheels exchanged for others (new or with different number of sprockets).
Metal part connecting the pedal to the centre.
The total weight of the product.