Civia Loring I-Motion Review : Introduction

Civia Loring
This past week I took delivery of a couple large boxes from Civia Cycles.   Inside was a very well packaged Civia Loring, a rear rack and pretty cool fenders.   This Loring is in for review but is still waiting for its very large front basket so for now there are photos and your basic details from Civia themselves.

Whether tooling around town, cruising campus or pedaling to the grocer, the Civia Loring offers supreme comfort, safety and utility. From its gently sloping top tube to its bamboo fenders and matching trim, the Loring is a study in elegance, simplicity and fun. Designed for short runs of five miles or less, the Loring carries up to 50 pounds of cargo while delivering an exceptionally balanced ride. The Loring features a steel frame, disc brakes and a three or nine-speed internally geared hub.

Build Sheet :

Fork Loring Steel
Fenders Loring Bamboo
Front/Rear Rack Loring Aluminum/Bamboo
Handlebar Loring Swept 8. º
Rims Alex SX44 disc specific
Crank Truvativ Isoflow 3-piece
Brake Calipers Avid BB5 mechanical disc
Wheel (Front) Civia disc hub, 36-hole, Alex SX44 rim
Wheel (Rear) SRAM i-motion 9, 36-hole, Alex SX44
Brake Levers SRAM FR5
Headset Cane Creek SC-1
Stem Truativ XR 1. º rise
Seatpost Truativ XR 350mm
Kickstand Pletscher two-leg
Saddle Brooks B-67
Tires Panaracer Pasela 26 x 1.75 with Tourgaurd flat protection
This product was given to me at no charge for reviewing.   I was not paid or bribed to give this review and it will have my honest opinion or thoughts through out. Read more on our review disclaimer.
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