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Gazelle

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$449.00 $369.00

The Origami Gazelle is not just beautiful to behold. It is tough, versatile, compact and capable. The flowing lines of the frame provide strength as well as beauty. The 7-speed Shimano gear set allows you to tackle hills or just go for speed knowing that the powerful disc brakes will bring you to a stop.

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Additional information

Weight 35 lbs
Dimensions 33 × 14 × 25 in
Weight

28 lbs.

Folded dimensions

13.7″ x 32.5″ x 24.5″

Suggested rider height

5′ to 6’1″

Max rider weight

240 lbs.

Frame

6061 Aluminum

Chain ring

52T two-piece with aluminum guard

Gear Set

11-32 T 8-speed

Derailleur

LTWOO A-3 Premium

Shifter

LTWOO A-3 thumb shifter

Brakes

YZ Mechanical Disc brakesYZ Mechanical Disc brakes

Color

Orange, White, Black

Chain

Crank arms

Forged aluminum 170mm

Fork

20" High-Ten Steel

Handlebar height

39″ to 43.5″

Handlebar stem

Aluminum, folding, height-adjustable

Handlebars

Aluminum 24.5 x 560mm

Headset

Threadless

Hubs

Aluminum 36H

Kickstand

Steel

Pedals

Aluminum and Plastic, folding

Rims

Double-wall aluminum

Saddle

Soft Velo

Seat height

30″ to 38″

Seat to handlebar

24.5″

Seatpost

Aluminum, 33.9 x 500mm

Spokes

14g Coated steel

Tires

Kenda Kwest 20 x 1.75

Wheelbase

39.5″

Wheels

20″

Bottom Bracket

Sealed Bearing, square taper

1 review for Gazelle

  1. gabrielgudding (verified owner)

    Bought two of these for daily rides on our local municipal trails. Really great bicycle for the price. The bike is sturdy, has good hardware, handles well, rides easy on the shoulder when one needs to walk with it, and packs up small and clean when it’s time to tuck it away. In short, great bike. Beautifully designed — and the bikes are thrown lots of compliments by other bicyclists and pedestrians.

    (One bike was perfect right out of the box. But the other one needed a few adjustments to the rear brake right out of the box, as the wheel wouldn’t spin smoothly. But I watched a few youtube videos and figured out how to adjust the rear brake correctly so that the wheel would spin freely. I also chose to remove the kickstand because it kept rubbing against the rear disc brake when it was secured in its upright position. The other bike had neither of these issues, however. Overall, very pleased with the bikes themselves despite the few minor issues with one of them.)

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