City tours won't be the same in the classy Micargi Bronco bike! The cruiser-style beauty is a class apart from the regular bike and gives a classy statement. It consists of components like retro cruiser handlebars, steel chrome seat post, hi-stop coaster brakes, and a steel chrome triathlon stem. The heavy-performance 24’’ rear and 26’’ front tires offer excellent road grip.
- Unique Tread Tires: The bike tires have a unique profile that promises great traction even on wet surfaces.
- High-Performance Brakes: The coaster brakes are great all-weather performers, and you can completely rely on these brakes.
- Long Retro Cruiser Handlebars: Sit back and enjoy long rides with the retro cruiser bars, which let you sit through the journey in a comfortable position.
- Hi-Ten Steel Frame: The bike frame has a high strength to weight ratio, making it reliable.
Cruising around the town will be your best experience with the Micargi Bronco. The bike has a hi-ten steel frame, which has a high strength to weight ratio. The bike is reliable and sturdy. You would love to take a cruiser around the city. People are bound to give you second glances!
The Bronco by Micargi is like no other. The cruiser style hi-rise bars amp up your look. The bike comes with fenders that won’t let your clothes get dirty by the mud thrown back by the bike tires.
The bike’s chain comes enclosed in a chain guard, which protects your feet from an injury. It also ensures that your shoelaces and pants do not get stuck in between the chain while you are riding.
The bike’s seat comes with springs that absorb the shocks during the journey. The springs dissipate the impact of the jitters that you may face along the way. The saddle is wide and comfortable, which lets you sit through the rough patches with great comfort.
The bike uses coaster brakes, which are among the best available in the market. Coaster brakes have an easy pedal kickback function. The application of coaster brakes is easy and quick. Coaster brakes function equally well during wet and dry weather conditions.
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Heavy This thing is a beast for sure.It is possibly the heaviest frame you could get on a stock bike, and begs to be motorized.If you do decide to motorize it, however, be prepared for some major custom work as the inside of the frame can't accommodate an engine as it is---you would have to remove the pedals and crank entirely and simply make it a motorcycle if you were to have any hope of adding an engine.That is what I had to do, and despite no longer being a bicycle, it is one mighty ride.
needs a lot ofwork Very nice bike but hard to buy parts.I had to have a welder puta new bar on it so I could put a motor on it and had to put disk brakes also.
Awesome bike! This thing draws attention everywhere i go! I bought it userd from a friend, and i ride it to school every day. I want to make it better though... Will the Angle-fire 66cc mount to this thing stock?