Gazelle Chamonix T27 - Ladies Bike

  • Rigid lightweight frame for precise steering characteristics
  • Tried and tested Shimano gear combination
  • Handlebars are manually adjustable on the go
  • Hub dynamo and integrated cables can take the occasional knock
*Delivery 8-10 Weeks
Gazelle takes trekking to a higher level with the Chamonix T27. Refined suspension integrated into the head tube keep you in good shape on longer touring trips. And with 27-speed gears you can cope with anything. And whether you choose the ladies’ or the men’s model: with an adjustable saddle, handlebars and handlebar grips, you can adjust this Chamonix exactly to your favourite cycling posture.
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Lock Type AXA Defender
Rear carrier description Aluminum
Seatpost description Sprung
Grips Ergon GC10
Tires Schwalbe Citizen, 37-622
Light powering hub dynamo
Frame shape High-step, low-step
Frame description Stable, lightweight oversized aluminium frame with 70.5° headset angle and 71.5° saddle tube angle gives positive steering control and sporty riding characteristics. Ladies’ frame with low step-through, extra stable construction and sporty look.
Frame material aluminium
Name of the frame Chamonix
Weight in kg. 16.5 kgs
Colors of the bike black
Fork material aluminium
Fork suspension type internal to headset
Handlebar description aluminium, trekking comfort curved model
Saddle Selle Royal Freccia
Chaincase description Plastic
Tire size in inch 28
Tire color black
Rims Ryde Eco 19, 28"
Lock description ART ** certified
Headlight Axa Compactline 35
Gears 27
Gear type derailleur
Brake Front v-brake
Brake Rear v-brake
Front derailleur Shimano Acera
Rear derailleur Shimano Deore

You can calculate the frame size of your bike a bit more accurately as follows:

Always take your inside leg measurement without your shoes on. You measure your inside leg by standing with your legs about 15 cm apart and measuring the distance from the floor to crotch height. If you multiply this measurement (in cm) by 0.68, it will give you the corresponding frame size.
Is the frame size between two sizes? If so, use the following rule: if the bike is for sports use, then choose the smaller of the two sizes. Is it a touring bike? If so, go for the larger frame size.
Do you have a bike with a suspension seatpost? If so, then subtract 4 cm from your frame size.

You can of course measure the frame size of your present bike. Do so by measuring the end of the seat tube to the centreline of the bottom bracket. Allow for the 4-centimetre correction quoted above with a suspension seatpost.

Body length         Frame size           Remark
less than 1.60m 46  
1.50m - 1.65m 49  
1.60m - 1.75m 53  
1.70m - 1.85m 54 lifestyle bikes only
1.70m - 1.85m 57  
larger than 1.85m 59 lifestyle bikes only
1.85m - 1.95m 61  
1.95m - 2.10m 65