The 5th Avenue, is our brand new bike for customers who stay predominantly on good surfaced roads. It meets the desire of many customers for a 28" bike with the same superior characteristics as the silkroad.
The basis is high-quality, double butted frame from Columbus steel tubing used on the Silkroad. It utilizes integrated the stainless steel rack, which has proven its robustness and rigidity. The handlebar stop allows to route the light and shifting cables and the brake hoses ideally, which is crucial to the durability and thus reduces maintenance.
The integrated rack impresses not only technically, for example by its internal light cables, but also as a visually harmonious whole with the frame.
The 5th Avenue is characterized by a fast and agile handling, and is especially designed for the sporty cyclists, who travels mainly on paved and light graveled roads.
With a weight from approx. 12kg for the complete bike (including fenders) you experience a robust and sporty bike, which is unrivaled!
Things to remember:
- 28 "wheels with max. tire width of 35mm
- Double Butted Columbus steel frame with integrated stainless steel racks
- Braze-ons and dropouts from stainless steel
- Handlebar stop
- Derailleur shifting or Rohloff 14s internal gear hub
- Numerous equipment options
- From about 12kg with fenders
[The Fifth Avenue in Manhattan, New York City, is one of the most famous streets in the world. It leads through the heart of Midtown Manhattan, as well as along the east side of Central Park and is a symbol for the rich New York. Many famous buildings and landmarks are along New York's Fifth Avenue. In Midtown Manhattan are the Empire State Building, the New York Public Library, Rockefeller Center and St. Patrick's Cathedral on Fifth Avenue. Another nickname is Millionaires Row, as many wealthy New Yorker bought on Fifth Avenue property.]