In response to requests from many of our customers, the Boulevard series will be expanded by a new model with ladies style frame.
Available in frame size S, M and L it includes all the attributes known from the classic Boulevard and is perfectly suited for pleasurable and comfortable cycling.
The frame and the welded rack are made from a robust double butted CroMo tubeset. The frame of this bike gives an incomparably steel-like riding comfort. Features such as the integrated rack have proven its robustness and stiffness. The handlebar stop allows to route the light cables, the shifting cables and the brake hoses ideally, which is crucial to the durability and thus reduces maintenance. The frame is ready for the installation of child seats that clamps to the seat tube.
The Boulevard T is available with Shimano 8- speed gearhub or with a 14-speed Rohloff gearhub. The benefits of Shimano gearhub are obvious with being able to shift while standing, which offers in particular in urban transport a large advantage. The extra plus the low maintenance needed. The Rohloff hub with the large and variable gear bandwidth is ideal in all terrains, the daily ride as well as extended tours in hilly terrain.
All Boulevard models are equipped with fenders. The base versions can be fitted with different lighting systems. These range from the automatic Basta light systems in combination with a Shimano hub dynamo up to the design light of supernova in combination with a SON dynamo hub. Moreover, there is a wide range of optional equipment available. For further details please check our price list.
Things to remember:
- CroMo butted steel frame
- Integrated CroMo rack
- Handlebar stop
- New light cable routing with integration in the rack
- Rohloff or SHIMANO Alfine internal gear hubs with eccentric bottom bracket
- Many modular equipment options
- From about 14.5 kg with fenders
[As Boulevard (from Dutch bollwerc) is referred to in France originally a wide ring road, following the dismantling of an urban Wall fortification on the same area. In the city of Paris, there were until the 19th Century only narrow alleys as in the Middle Ages, the hygienic and traffic was questionable. The term was in the 19th Century glory for the wide streets, which Baron Haussmann in Paris created. New industries and cultural institutions have relocated as a sign of modernity. Thus along the "Boulevard du Temple" arose in Paris, for example, buildings for popular theatrical forms.]