Momentum Vida Commuter Bike - 2021, Large

Item #BCY13872
Recommended Rider Height: 5'10" - 6'1" Sizing Guide
Condition: NEW
Regular price $699.99
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Why We Love It
The Momentum Vida is a smooth riding comfort bike for enjoyable mile after mile. The smaller 26" wheels are easier to control and give you a smoother ride over bumps in the road. Whichever frame design you choose, both feature a low standover height for confidence when mounting and dismounting the bike. The Vida's geometry is casual and upright to keep the riding all about fun!
  • Wide and comfortable 26" tires
  • Comfortable upright ride posture
  • Low standover height for confident mounting and dismounting
  • Disc brakes for the best control
  • Floor Model. In excellent condition, with minor cosmetic wear from test rides.
Year 2021
Brand Giant
Model Vida
Size Large
Frame Material Aluminum
Drivetrain Shimano, 1x8 spd
Weight 29 lbs 13 oz
Fork Momentum Street, ALUXX Aluminum
Brakes Tektro, Disc Brakes - Mechanical
Shifters Shimano M315, Mechanical
Rear Derailleur Shimano Altus M310
Bottom Bracket Shell Press fit
Crankset ProWheel Alloy, 40t, 175mm
Cassette Shimano HG31, 11-34t
Chain KMC
Handlebar Unbranded Alloy, 680mm
Headset Integrated
Stem Unbranded Alloy, 31.8mm x 60mm, 15°
Seatpost Unbranded Alloy, 30.9mm
Saddle Selle Royal Essenza Comfort, OXE Rails
Front Axle Spacing 9x100mm (Quick Release)
Rear Axle Spacing 10x135mm
Wheelset Unbranded Disc Aluminum, Alloy
Front Tire Kenda, 27.5" x 2.4"
Rear Tire Kenda, 27.5" x 2.4"
Tire Type Clincher
Tubeless Compatibility Wheels are not tubeless compatible
Pedals Sold separately
Recommended Rider Height
5'10" - 6'1"
a. Effective Top Tube 660.4 mm
b. Seat Tube 551.2 mm
c. Seat Tube Angle 67°
d. Head Tube Angle 69°
e. Head Tube 210.8 mm
f. Stack 683.3 mm
g. Reach 370.8 mm
h. Standover Height 739.1 mm
i. Saddle Height Range N/A

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