The Frame Pro Elite 2.0 is an upgraded version of the Framed Elite 1.0. It is an entry level bike which can be used for commuting, exercising or just for the fun of riding. The bike comes with an alloy frame with a steel fork. As a result, the bike is quite light and extremely easy to handle. Shimano shifters with Shimano front and rear derailleurs make shifting smooth and seamless while alloy v brakes allow precision braking with stability and control. The bike has a stylish and elegant look and packs-in a power-puffed punch. Coming with an incredibly low price tag, this bike is value for your money.
The bike is equipped with 700C x 28C Alloy TIG Welded Frame (size 17 inches, 19 inches and 21 inches); 700C Steel Rigid Fork (TIG Welded) with Steel Steerer Tube; A-head Headeset; Sealed BB Bottom Bracket adn Axle; 10millimetre x 3 pcs. Spacers; Steel Black Chainring and Alloy Black Cranks; Z50 Chains; Steel Low-Rise Handlebar; Alloy A-head 4-bolt Stem (Ext : 90 millimetre ); Alloy Silver 14Gx36H Front Hub; Alloy Silver 14Gx36H Rear Hub with Quick Release Cassette; 14G Steel Spokes with Brass Nipple; 7-Spd Index Freewheel; Shimano Shift Levers with Shimano Front and Rear Derailleurs; 700C Alloy Double Walled Rims (14Gx 36H); 700C x 28C Puncture Resistant Tires with Butyl Tubes; Alloy v Front and Rear Brakes and PP, 9/16 inches Pedals with Balls and CPSC Reflectors.
The Framed Elite 2.0 is another offering by Framed which targets those who are looking for an entry level bike. This bike can be used for commuting as well as for riding. Equipped with an Allloy Frame, the bike is extremely nimble and handy. The steel fork of the bike does a smooth job in handling the bumps and hits from the road. Shimano shifters live up to their reputation and standard and allow for smooth and efficient shifting. The Alloy v Front and Rear Brakes function quite well and can bring the bike to a quick halt. The bike looks cool and elegant and it is definitely going to attract some attention.
The bike does not ship fully assembled and if you have not assembled a bike before, you might face a bit of problem. It is best to take it to your local bike shop in case you face any kind of difficulty in assembling it. You might also want to get everything tuned up – especially the derailleurs and the brakes, before you start to ride it.
Overall, if you are someone who is looking for a bike which can be used for commuting and which could be taken on occasional rides on weekends, this bike will suit you perfectly. The range of features offered by this bike is more than sufficient for beginners who are trying to get into biking and the price at which you get the bike is more than reasonable. This bike is definitely worth a try.