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This trekking bike stands like almost no other for contemporary and sustainable mobility as well as the highest demands on state-of-the-art technology and quality. In daily use, trekking bikes are often a substitute for cars and an integral part of a way of life based on a sense of responsibility. The resulting demands for comfort, riding pleasure and durability are met by the handmade steel frames and high-quality components of the manufacturers Ritchey, Selle Royal, Magura, Racktime, Ergon or SKS. With the Pinion C1.12 gearshift, this T-700 also offers an almost constant, direct and loss-free driving experience (power transmission), which is graded into ergonomically sensible gearshifts. This model is of highest quality, like all bikes of the bicycle manufactory ...
On the road with understatement in pure culture - state-of-the-art switching technology transformed into a clear and puristic form. The C-line not only blends seamlessly into the frame design, it is also the heart of the modern T-700.
The new design consistently pursues the goal of merging drive and bicycle. The C-Line transmissions are the smallest and most powerful central transmission ever.
The new, compact housing is 33% lighter than aluminium. Highly developed manufacturing processes and highest precision allow the use of an ultra-light magnesium alloy. Of course 100 % made in Germany.
Whether it's a daily sprint to the office or a long weekend bike trip, the C-Line is the right companion. The biomechanically optimal support distance (Q-factor) of only 166 millimetres allows sporty and at the same time healthy cycling, because the pedalling force is introduced into the bike in line with the body axis.
The design of the new C-Line focuses on optimum integration into modern bicycle frames. This includes the fact that the train guide adapts to the frame design in 3 positions. Brake lines or electric cables can also be routed invisibly past the transmission to the rear end.