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An entry-level road bike with no gear shifting. Technical features: Hi-Ten steel frame, rigid steel fork, Altair Double Wall aluminum rims, foot pedal brakes, chain guards, long fenders, trunk, comfort saddle, bell, footrest. Suitable for walking on highways and flat country roads.

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