Dawes Excel 631 2017 Mens Bike

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Formed in 1926, the Dawes factory made bikes for the armed services during the war and has supported British racing cyclists over the years both on and off-road. Based in Birmingham, Dawes has a limitless passion for quality, service and cycling.
Dawes Excel 631 2017 Mens Bike

Built using Dawes' tried and tested touring geometry, and world renowned Reynolds 631 double tubing, the Galaxy Excel bolsters the Dawes touring range, and adds yet another price point for you to choose from. Shimano XT 27spd transmission takes care of getting up to speed, while the Shimano BR-CX50 canti brakes bring you to a controlled stop. Coupled with a plethora of quality, branded components such as the SKS mudguards, Alex Ace 19 rims and puncture resistant Schwalbe Marathon tyres, the Galaxy Excel is ready to take on whatever challenge you throw at it.

  • Frame: Double Butted Reynolds 631
  • Fork: Reynolds "R" Butted Blades, Cro-Mo steerer
  • Cranks: Shimano FC-T4060 170mm Crank
  • Bottom Bracket: Shimano SM-BB52
  • Pedals: VP Double Sided Clipless
  • Front Derailleur: Shimano FD-3503 3spd
  • Rear Derailleur: Shimano RD-M771 Deore XT
  • Shifters: Shimano ST-3500 STI Levers 27spd
  • Cassette: Shimano 9spd CS-HG300-9 11-34T
  • Chain: KMC HG-53
  • Hubs: 36H Shimano HB-T4000, Alloy, Quick Release
  • Rear Hub: Shimano 36H HB-T4000 Quick Release
  • Rims: ALEX Ace19 Double Wall Alloy, with CNC braking surface
  • Tyres: Schwalbe Marathon with GreenGuard 700 x 32C
  • Brakes: Shimano BR-CX50 Alloy Cantilever
  • Brake Levers: Alloy lever. Part of shifter
  • Handlebar: Dawes Alloy Drop Bars
  • Headset: FSA TH-888 1 1/8" Aheadset
  • Stem: Ahead Stem
  • Grips: Black Cork Tape
  • Saddle: Dawes Comfort Touring saddle
  • Seat Post: 27.2mm x 300mm Micro Adjust

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