Here are the Specs of the Swift:
Drivetrain. SRAM 5.0 twist grip shifter; SRAM 4.0 derailleur; SRAM PG-850 11-28T cassette; Jagwire derailleur cable; KMC Z72 chain; 52T single-chainwheel aluminum alloy crankset (170mm) with chainguard. Sealed-cartridge bottom bracket.
Gear Inches Meters/
Rev Speed at
pedal cadence Speed at
52 x 28 36 2.9 6 mph (10 kph) 11 mph (19 kph)
52 x 11
92 7.4 16 mph (26 kph) 27 mph (45 kph)
Pedals. Wellgo 924, aluminum alloy cage and body.
Brakes. Tektro Quartz MT-14 V-Brake and Tektro 325A levers.
Handlebar. 500mm width aluminum alloy with SRAM rubber grips.
Stem. 60 mm x 5 degree single-piece forged stem. (100mm 10 degree stem swapped in for tall riders.) CroMoly stem riser. (See frame geometry for details on dimensions.)
Seat. Velo VLG-3029 Plush Comfort with Ozone. (This is a mid-width recreation saddle. Sport riders may wish to swap in a narrow racing saddle.)
Seat Post. 6061-T6 aluminum; 590mm 32.9mm; microadjust clamp (length cut to match rider size at factory or dealer).
Weight. 9.9 kg (22 lbs.).
Note: this is inherently a very light bike due to the structural efficiency of the TrusFold frame system. We do equip it stock with some bulletproof 100psi tires and tubes, which actually adds almost 2 lbs (1 kg) to the weight. We also equip the Swift with a generous saddle. If you want to skimp on weight, just put on a lightweight tire/tube set and a racing saddle. You’ll have a sub-20 lb. ride.
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