A cruiser that has the gears to make hills easy. The Impact relishes city streets and country roads thanks to the flat bar and stable but responsive ride quality. Constructed with a light, reliable and high-quality double butted 6000 series aluminium alloy frame the Impact focuses on comfort and ease of use. The new Impact 2013 is available with front and rear disc brake option.
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I got my first nice bike last July. It came with a set of Mavic Aksium Race wheels that I love because they are bomb-proof and stay true all the time, but I am thinking about a lighter set. If I went from these wheels to say something like the Mavic Ksyrium SL or SLS (aroun ... Read More »
My current bike is a Specialized Allez Apex with a 11-28 cassette. I am looking at buying a lightly used set of wheels which includes a Force 12-27 cassette. I don't have a lot of experience with the different tooth sizes, curious what "impact" this will feel like. I am pretty happy with my geari ... Read More »
Wow!!! What a difference. I got a different bike this year and have been dialing in the adjustments rather aggressively. So I took it all back to original positioning and this is what I did. I tilted the seat one click and moved it forward 10 millimetors. Then I changed my stem to a 6 degree ri ... Read More »