Malvern Star La Belle 7 2019 Green Small

Malvern Star La Belle 7 2019 Green Small

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We do not ship bikes! Why?

All of the bikes we sell are assembled to order by our on-site, professional bike mechanics. The bikes are then fully tuned up and tested before we let them go out of the store in the hands of their happy, new owner. Our mechanics also customise seat, handle bar, brake lever positions and anything else that needs to be adjusted so that you collect a bike that is ready to ride. 

To maintain our professional standards we do not ship bikes!

About Malvern Star La Belle 7 2019
La Belle re-invents a Malvern Star classic from years-gone-by, wraps it up in a stylish and sophisticated package and gives a nod to the comfort and practicality of the famous ‘Dutch’ style ladies bikes. Whatever outfit you’re wearing, La Belle invites you to simply get on and enjoy the ride.

Frame: 6061 Alloy Low-step, with skirt guard
Fork: 1" threaded Cr-Mo, lugged crown, steering stabilizer

Wheelset/Rims: Double wall alloy 32H
Hubs: Fr: Alloy QR, Rr: Shimano Nexus 7sp internal hub gear, with 20T cog
Spokes: Stainless Steel
Tyres: Kestrel 700 x 38c, tan wall w/Hippo Skin Kevlar puncture protection, 30tpi, AV tubes

Shifters: Shimano Nexus 7-Speed
Crankset: Forged 44T. 170mm, with custom alloy chain guard
Bottom Bracket: Cartridge
Chain: KMC Z410A
Cassette: Shimano 20T sprocket

Brakes: Fr: Alloy dual pivot long reach, Rr: Coaster
Brake Levers: Alloy V brake
Handlebar: Alloy swept back bar with 600mm width, 50deg sweep
Handlebar Stem: Polished alloy 1" quill 40mm x 18deg
Headset: 1" Threaded
Grips: Comfort stitched
Pedals: VP Comfort Platform with alloy cage
Saddle: Women's retro city comfort with riveted finish, coil springs and plush padding
Seat Post: Alloy 27.2, alloy non-QR clamp:300mm
Extras: Real wicker front basket, full fenders with rear ‘bumper bar’, custom full coverage chain cover, custom skirt guard, retro ‘knocking’ bell, steering stabilizer and alloy twin leg kickstand

About Malvern Star
Malvern Star is an Australian home-grown icon. The largest and most famous bicycle manufacturing company in Australia was created by cyclist Tom Finnigan in 1903 with the 240 gold sovereign winnings he earned by winning the 1898 Austral Wheel Race, the oldest track bicycle race in the world. He opened a small shop on Glenferrie Road in the Melbourne Suburb of Malvern. The six pointed star logo coming from a tattoo on his forearm. In 1928 they sent the first ever Australian team to race the Tour de France headed by Sir Hubert Opperman. “Oppy” later went on to win the famous Paris-Brest-Paris race in 1931 setting a new record time for the event.

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