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Takara Kabuto Single Speed Road Bike

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Road bike reviews are a great way to learn about cheap road bikes. The Takara Kabuto is a single speed road bike designed with the budget buyer in mind. The design can withstand the intensity of a triathlon or recreational fitness. The bike is constructed of a steel frame. Even if the bike is exposed to the elements, it is designed to resist corrosion. The bike is perfectly designed for people between five feet and eight inches and six feet. Takara Kabuto Single Speed Road Bike comes highly recommended.




Specifications for the Takara Kabuto Single Speed Road Bike:

• Weight — 29.5 pounds
• Steel frame
• Steel Fork
• Alloy Rims
• Alloy Hub
• Fork — Tig Welded 1 inch Threaded
• Handlebar — Steel Road 42.5cm wide
• Stem — Alloy Quill
• Brakes — Alloy Side Pull
• Frame — Tig Welded Steel Frame
• Crank — Steel 3-piece Steel Chain Ring
• Bottom Bracket — Loose Ball and Cone
• Kickstand — Steel
• Bar Tape — Cork
• Pedals — Alloy Cage
• Rims — Alloy Singlewall Stainless Steel Spoke
• Hub Rear — Joytech Alloy Freewheel and Fix Gear
• Hub Front — Joytech Alloy High Flange
• Tires — Kenda Yellow 700 x 32
• Seat Collar — Alloy
• Seatpost — Steel 25.4

Review of Takara Kabuto Single Speed Road Bike:

Many people find the black finish of the Takara Kabuto to be extremely attractive. The Kenda tires add to the profile of the bike. Many cheap road bikes designers do not pay attention to the details. Takara Kabuto’s designers ensure the bike is highly functional and also visually appealing. Many onlookers are impressed by the sleek design. Most people get more than one comment while riding in the park or on their way to work. Style is equally as important as functionality with Takara Kabuto.

Compared to other cheap bikes, Takara Kabuto has incredible suspension and absorbs the shocks on the road. Even on uneven terrain, bikers will not feel the bumps compared to other cheap road bikes. This is recommended to avoid back problems and other aches associated with bike riding. Many bike riders ride on uneven terrain daily and need shock absorbers to avoid costly medical conditions.