NYC LS

The NYC is inspired by the iconic Biomega bike CPH, reinvigorating Biomega’s status as a pioneer in chainless bikes, this time with a smooth, quiet carbon fiber belt drive.
The NYC’s sleek and no-nonsense design integrates a front mudguard in the aluminium down tube, complimenting its aggressive and sporty urban driving properties.The NYC comes with a internal hub with different speed options and provides you a hassle-free ride at all times with no adjustments.
The NYC comes with a Gates Carbon external belt drive. It is stronger, quieter and requires less maintenance. It is grease-free, oil-free and hassle-free. It will not leave any marks on your pants and you will never have to pull over to fix a dropped chain.

DKK 7,099.00
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Specifications

The NYC Lowstep is inspired by the iconic Biomega bike CPH, reinvigorating Biomega’s status as a pioneer in chainless bikes, this time with a smooth, quiet carbon fiber belt drive.

Technical specifications

Frame

Biomega aluminium frame

with CNC logo in down tube

 

Fork

Biomega aluminium fork

(night glow effect on white bikes)

 

Drivetrain

Gates Carbon belt drive

 

Handlebar

Biomega aluminum handlebar

 

Saddle

Black with embossed logo

 

Front and rear brake

Shimano hydraulic disc brakes

Gears

- Single speed

- 7 speed Nexus gear

 

Rim

- 700c aluminum rim

 

Tires

- 700×25 tire with reflective strip

 

Size

M (50cm), L (55cm)

 

Weight

10,8 kg (1 speed), 12,3 kg (7 speed)

Biomega Worldwide shipping

Including 30 day free return in EU and 30 day money back guarantee

Biomega Support & Service

Up to 5 year warranty

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