- Charge Grater 2013
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The Grater is a new addition to Charge's range of bikes for 2013. It features a simple and stylish design based on a lightweight aluminium frame and is ideally suited to city life.
Top Features of the Charge Grater 2013
- Designed to be simple, reliable and stylish
- Lightweight 6061 aluminium frame
- Wide ration cassette provides ample gearing
|Rear Rack Mounts:||Yes|
|Number of gears:||8|
|Wheel Size:||700c (622)|
A commuters dream, simple, fast and extremely reliable. User friendly and easy to maintain, the Grater is perfect for the rider without to much spare time. The Grater also has the ability for you to fit mudguards thus added protection from the elements when riding. Flat bars provide the control you need and the more associated upright riding position renown for hybrid/city bikes.
The saddle and grips compliment the frame colour and design nicely and is a pleasure to look at and admire by all.
Another superb option for you if you require a bike for riding to work, or in the city, or just in the countryside with family and friends.
Each Grater is fully built, tested and tuned by Wiggle's team of qualified bike mechanics to ensure your bike arrives in perfect condition.
Note: Manufacturer may reserve the right to change the specification of that listed or shown on this page.
About Hybrid & City Bikes
Wiggle’s range of city bikes and commuter bikes are perfect for those wishing to lower their carbon footprint, avoid traffic congestion and a great way to exercise! We have a wide range of city bikes for men and women designed for both paved and unpaved roads along with a range of urban bikes to suit commuting and leisure riding. Manufactured with aspects of mountain bike construction and a practical road style set-up having a city bike is a great way to travel!
About the Charge brand
Charge is a small UK based rider owned bicycle company specialising in simple yet functional hardtail frames and bikes with a distinct and contemporary styling.
Charge Bikes products range from Cross Country to Dirt Jumping, from budget to high end. We are not a dirt jump company, or an XC company, we are simply a UK bike company. Charge products are designed to encompass the ultimate in weight, strength, performance and ride characteristics of any product available.
|Top Tube Length:||520||523||538||553|
|Effective Top Tube:||540||545||560||575|
|Head Tube Angle:||70||70||71||71|
|Seat Tube Angle:||73||73||73||73|
|Seat Post Clamp:||34.9||34.9||34.9||34.9|
|Seat Post Dia.:||31.8||31.8||31.8||31.8|
|All dimensions in millimetres or degrees unless stated otherwise|
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I ride Giant Defy 2 M/L which fits me nicely but then so does the Giant Defy 2 L frame. The Giant is is sloping top tube somewhat like the Charge Grater. I know it is hard to be exact but which would you think M or L ?
I also have a large Giant full susser, with a shorter stem than supplied and that fits really well.
I there room to fit pannier and mudguards? Which mudguards would you suggest?
Deciding between extra small and small.
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