The Charge Mixer 8 Special Edition caters for the rider who likes the finer things in life and wants to be seen riding a bike that has been designed in the UK.
|Rear Rack Mounts:||Yes|
|Number of gears:||8|
|Steerer:||1 1/8" Ahead|
|Wheel Size:||700c (622)|
|Brake Type:||Hydraulic Disc Brake|
The polished steel frame of the Mixer 8 Limited Edition features some lovely key touches and includes double water bottle cage bosses, straight bladed polished forks, and front and rear disc brakes.
The Mixer 8 also comes equipped with Charge parts that compliment the look of the frame like the Charge Griddle bar grips, and Charge Spoon saddle.
The wheels supplied are very strong and are able to withstand the stresses of city life. Fitted with Charge Coaster tires (700x32c), these bad boys will tackle any road surface you decided to ride over.
The Mixer 8 looks and feels like a single speed, but is actually an 8 speed geared bike. The Alfine 8 speed internal hub provides trouble free shifting without all the bulkiness of conventional gearing and with the 8 speeds, you'll have plenty of choice to choose from.
For riders who want a trouble free ride, the Mixer 8 Special Edition is your choice -find out what size you need using size guide chart below.
Charge is a British-based cycle brand, drawing on years of experience to create practical and refined bicycles for the everyday cyclist. Cycling has exploded in popularity and so has consumer choice – choosing a bicycle can be confusing, so Charge decided to strip back the product line and launch the three bike categories that define Charge best: the Plug, Grater, and Cooker. The Plug is a multipurpose road bike with progressive geometry and fast-rolling large volume tires that provide superior comfort, speed and durability. The Grater takes the performance aspects of the Plug frame and adds the functionality benefits of fenders and flat bars for urban use. The all-new Cooker bikes are designed around the new 27Plus wheels – blending the speed and rollover of a 29er, the cushioning of a fat bike tire and the quick agility of a 27.5, all with unparalleled grip on any terrain. This is the new standard in off-road biking.
|Size Guide (Charge Plug/Mixer/Tap Road Bikes)|
|Frame Size||Rider Height (cm)||Inside Leg (cm)|
|X-Small||163 - 170||69 - 74|
|Small||170 - 178||71 - 76|
|Medium||178 - 183||74 - 81|
|'Size matters! That's why at Wiggle we measure each of our bikes to build accurate size charts for our customers. Our qualified team of mechanics then individually check each order against measurements supplied by you to ensure the size chosen is correct. Another reason you can have complete confidence when buying a bike from Wiggle!'|
|Top Tube Length:||525||535||545||566|
|Head Tube Length:||100||126||154||176|
|Seat Tube Length:||554||569||590||626|
|Seat Post Size:||27.2||27.2||27.2||27.2|
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