Genesis Tour de Fer 20 Touring Bike 2016

Product Code: 145591
£ 1295.00 GBP
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Product Description

The bike you’d turn to if you were to quit your job and embark on an impromptu pedal-powered world tour!

Essentially a slightly more upmarket, posher Tour de Fer, sporting a bit more kit and an upgraded Reynolds 725 Heat-Treated chromoly frame for those looking for that fully-loaded, no-stone left-unturned, off-the-peg expedition bike.

Build-wise, we dressed the frame with durable, no-nonsense components that we knew from personal experience are tour/expedition worthy and should last the sorts of high-mileages for which the bike was intended. The spec list should, by all accounts, read like a cyclo tourist’s wishlist; even going so far as to include an SP dynamo hub and B&M headlight!

Expedition-ready straight from the box - just add rider, luggage and a strong sense of adventure.

Features

Schwalbe Marathon Mondial

The natural successor to the legendary Marathon XR and sitting at the top of the new Marathon range as go-to expedition tyre. They’re tough, light (580g) and the ideal option for taking the path less travelled with their combination of smooth centre tread for fast, efficient straight-line rolling and side lugs for bite when the going gets loose and rough. The perfect compromise tyre for a mixture of sealed and unsealed surfaces - worry not when the ‘road runs out’ around the next bend!

Tubus Cargo Classic/Tara

The Cargo is the original, a stable in the Tubus range since it was introduced back in 1988 (and for good reason!) and the absolute standard by which all other luggage racks are measured. Renowned durability for even the longest of tours (CrMo construction and powder-coated finish), light (533g) yet with serious carry capacity (Max 40Kg) and all backed up by Tubus’ famous 30yr warranty. Up front we’ve paired it to the Tara as it plays nicely with discs and mudguards, is super-stiff (thanks to the cross-brace and large, Ø14mm dia. tubing) and, like the Cargo is constructed from cromoly steel, so easily repairable regardless of whereabouts you are in the world.

Reynolds 725

Classic seamless Chromoly (as above) but heat-treated to boost tensile strength. Think of it as Chromoly on steroids. It’s heated to around 1600F whereby a structural change in the steels’ crystal lattice occurs (a stronger, more uniform orientation). As it’s stronger we can away with using less of it so thinner butts are the order of the day here, helping to achieve a lighter overall frame weight, without compromising strength.

Dynamo Light

Lighting the path ahead is a dedicated dynamo setup powered by a Shutter Precision PD-8 and a Busch & Müller Cyo Premium Plus (80lux). A formidable combo, with the SP PD8 putting out a full 6V3.0W (plenty to power both the B&M 80Lux headlight and for charging external devices on the hoof) in a lightweight (a smidgen over 400g), well built (sealed cartridge bearings) and ultra-efficient package that gives the high-end £££ German offerings a run for their money (72% output @ 15km/hr).

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Questions and Answers


Hi, I can’t really say without actually fitting the parts. You would most likely need a hybrid friendly front mech to cope with the bigger chainrings, likewise you would probably need a longer chain. I would imagine a new chainset would be okay. It would probably be a squeeze going bigger with the tyres unless you wanted to take the guards off. You might get a 38C tyre on but with the lack of clearance would probably make the guards noisy and prone to jamming up with muck. I hope this is of help. Thanks, Dan

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Specifications

Frame and Fork

Frame: Reynolds 725 Heat-Treated Chromoly

Fork: Cr-Mo Unicrown Disc

Headset: FSA Orbit DL/No.1

Colour: Starlight Blue

Weight: 15.26kg (Med w/o pedals)

Sizes: XS/S/M/L/XL

Transmission

Shifters: Shimano Deore SL-M610

Rear Derailleur: Shimano Deore RD-M610

Front Derailleur: Shimano Deore FD-T610

Chainset:  Shimano Deore FC-T611, 44/32/24T

Bottom Bracket: Shimano SM-BB52, 68mm

Chain: KMC X10

Freewheel: Shimano CS-HG500-10, 11-34T

Wheels and Braking

Hubs: Shutter Precsison PD-8 / Shimano FH-M525

Rims: Sun Ringle Rhyno Lite 29, 36H

Spokes: 14G Stainless Silver DB w/ Brass Nipples

Tyres: Schwalbe Marathon Mondial, 700x35c

Brakes: Promax Render-R w/ 160mm Rotors & Jagwire KEB-SL Compressionless

Brake Levers: Shimano BL-R550

Contact Zones

Handlebars: Genesis Tour Lowriser R10mm x 12

Stem: Genesis Road (+/-12

Grips: Genesis Ergo Tour Lock-on, Triple Density

Saddle: Genesis Road Comfort

Seatpost: Genesis

Seat Clamp

Pedals: VP-383S w/ Toeclip

Geometry

Tour de Fer 20 Geometry

FRAME SIZES XS S M L XL
1 - Horizontal Toptube Length (mm) 533 547 578 604 636
2 - Seat Angle (°) 73.5 73.5 73 73 72.5
3 - Headtube Length (mm) 125 140 160 180 200
4 - Head Angle (°) 71 71 71 71 71
5 - Seat Tube Length (C-T, mm) 450 480 510 530 570
6 - BB Drop (mm) 75 75 75 75 75
7 - Chanstay Length (mm) 455 455 455 455 455
8 - Fork Offset (mm) 55 55 55 55 55
9 - Trail (mm) 61 61 61 61 61
10 - Wheelbase Length (mm) 1041 1056 1083 1109 1136
11 - Standover (mm) 758 778 799 807 843
12 - Stack (mm) 566 580 599 618 637
13 - Reach (mm) 365 375 395 415 435
Stem (mm) 100 100 100 100 100
Handlebar (mm) 580 600 600 620 620
Crankarm (mm) 165 170 170 170 170