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K2 Astral 4.0 Flat Bar road bike

January 4, 2006 06:00 PM EST | Cycling | Email to Friend

K2 Astral 4.0 Flat Bar road bike is no longer available. You might be interested in checking out other road bikes

This is no hybrid, it’s a hot rod made for comfort and speed. The flat bar style offers a more upright position for more comfort and the component selection provides you with quick handling and speed. Order K2 Astral 4.0 Flat Bar road bike today!

K2 Astral 4.0 Flat Bar Features

  • FRAME: K2 Reflex Road-Fitness Double Butted 7000 Series Aluminum with flat oval top tube and replaceable hanger
  • FORK: Straight-bladed aluminum alloy with chromoly steerer and eyelets
  • FRONT DERAILLEUR: Shimano R443, for flat bars and triple chainrings
  • REAR DERAILLEUR: Shimano Tiagra
  • SHIFTERS: Shimano R443, for flat bars and triple chainrings, 8 speed
  • FREEWHEEL/CASSETTE: 8 speed cassette, 11-28
  • CRANKSET: Truvativ FiveD, 170/175mm, 28/38/48
  • BOTTOM BRACKET: Sealed cartridge
  • CHAIN: KMC HG53
  • WHEELSET: Alex DA-16 double-wall rims, 32 hole aluminum double-sealed hubs with stainless steel spokes
  • TIRES: Vittoria Randonneur, 700x28c with reflective stripe and flat protection
  • BRAKES: Tektro aluminum alloy linear pull
  • LEVERS: Tektro aluminum alloy comfort with TPR grip insert
  • HEADSET: TH "Intelliset" 1 1/8" threadless
  • STEM: Aluminum alloy threadless, 15 degree rise, four bolt faceplate
  • HANDLEBAR: Aluminum alloy flat bar, 580mm wide
  • GRIPS: K2 Pipe Clamp lock-on MTB
  • SEATPOST: Aluminum alloy micro adjust, 300mm
  • SADDLE: K2 Comfort Tech Performance Gel Fitness
  • PEDALS: Road/Fitness with resin body, alloy cage and toe clips/straps
  • COLORS: Blue/Silver - (BSV)
  • SIZES: M (52-54), L (55-57), XL (58-60)

Assembly Info for K2 Astral 4.0 Flat Bar Road Bike

You or a bike shop must install, adjust, and inspect
the following
:

  1. Install saddle to seat post and seat post to frame.
  2. Install Handlebar on stem and stem on fork.
  3. Adjust headset.
  4. Install front wheel in fork.
  5. Install pedals to crank arms.
  6. Inspect cranks and bottom bracket.
  7. Connect and adjust front brakes.
  8. Adjust rear brake, front and rear derailleurs and shifters.
  9. Inspect wheels for true and round condition and adjust if necessary.
  10. Install reflectors and inflate tires.

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