Escape 2 Disc S Metallic Navy

£475.00
Availability: In stock (1)

The best fitness plan is one that’s fun. The versatile Escape Disc can get your legs spinning and motivate you to be active every day. Commute to work, ride to class, find new adventures in your daily routine.

With its lightweight ALUXX aluminium frame and upright positioning, the all-new Escape Disc is totally versatile and totally fun to ride. The D-Fuse seat post is great for smoothing out rough roads, absorbing shocks and vibrations, and giving you a smoother, more comfortable ride. The disc brakes deliver powerful braking performance in dry or wet conditions. As an added bonus, there’s clearance for larger tyres (up to 45c), which makes it easier to ride rougher roads. It also comes with integrated mounts, so you can customise your ride with racks or fenders.

KEY PERFORMANCE FACTORS

Balanced and efficient

Lightweight ALUXX aluminium frame, smooth-rolling 700c wheels, and confident upright positioning offer a balanced, efficient ride quality.

Versatile and capable

Powerful disc brakes, and a wide range of gears help you increase your speed and tackle hills with more control.

Rugged reliability

Puncture-resistant tyres and integrated rack mounts ensure any rider can take on tough city streets as well as more adventurous rides.

Frame Size: Small
Frame: ALUXX-Grade Aluminum, disc
Fork: alloy, rack mount, disc
Handlebar: Giant Sport XC , 31.8
Stem: Giant Sport, 15-degree, 31.8
Seat Post: Giant D-Fuse, alloy
Saddle: Giant Sport Comfort
Pedals: Giant Urban Fitness
Shifters: Shimano Altus
Derailleurs: Shimano FD-TY710 / Shimano Altus
Brakes: Tektro HD-R280
Brake Levers: Tektro
Cassette: Shimano CS-HG31, 11x34
Chain: KMC Z8.3
Crank Set: Forged alloy, 30/46
Bottom Bracket: cartridge
Rims: Giant GX Disc
Hubs: alloy, 32h,loose ball bearing
Spokes: stainless, 14g
Tyres: Giant S-X2, Puncture Protect, 700x38
Extras: N/A
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