Gazelle Marco Polo Tour - High step bike

  • Rigid aluminium frame for optimum steering precision
  • Derailleur and open chain enable sporty performance
  • Hub dynamo and integrated cables can take the occasional knock
  • Excellent value for money
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    Gazelle Marco Polo Tour - High step
    The Marco Polo concept by Gazelle will appeal to you. In particular because it is built by hand, with a great deal of eye for detail. You may not have any plans to do a round the world trip by bike but you won’t take much persuading to go on a long touring trip. You will want to be able to get a move on in commuter traffic too. You don’t need a front carrier, but you can certainly appreciate the durable shifting mechanism and the high-end brakes.
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    Frame Alu 7005-T6 double-butted, handmade & hand-polished welds. Frame with 70,5° headset angle and 71° saddle tube Also features integrated cables.
    Fork Lightweight aluminium
    Rear carrier Tubus Logo Classic 
    Tires Schwalbe Marathon Mondial, 47-622
    Rims Ryde Sputnik, 28"
    Spokes Stainless steel, extra strong
    Fender Curana C-Lite, aluminium
    Handlebar aluminium , Straight 
    Stem With toolbox, steplessly adjustable
    Steer grip Ergon GP1-L, ergonomic
    Brake lever Magura HS22
    Bell Gazelle Decibel XXL
    Front hub Shimano hub dynamo (3W)
    Rear hub Shimano Deore 10
    Brake system back rim brake with hydraulic control; Magura HS22
    Brake system front rim brake with hydraulic control; Magura HS22
    Crank Shimano Deore
    Seatpost Fixed
    Saddle Fizik Rondine
    Lights front Trelock Veo 50, LED headlamp, 50 lux, on/off switching via headlamp
    Light back Axa Blue Line 50 steady, LED dynamo, on/off switching via lamp
    Light powered by Dynamo hub
    Lock type AXA Defender, ART ** certified
    Kickstand drop-down rear stand, Pletcher Comp
    Chain KMC X10 ELZilver 117SCH

    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