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Gazelle CityGo C7 2019 Hybrid Bike 49cm for £474.99 with DX 24 hrs delivery (using code) @ Rutland Cycling
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Gazelle CityGo C7 2019 Hybrid Bike 49cm for £474.99 with DX 24 hrs delivery (using code) @ Rutland Cycling

£474.99£698.9932%Rutland Cycling Deals
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Gazelle CityGo Hybrid bike is on a sale with free 24 hours delivery.
Use code - SAVE10 - at the checkout!

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Suitable for riders 1.5m-1.75m this is a very versatile bike, and comes complete with lock, lights, mudguards and racks! Powerful disc brakes and internal gears mean this bike is also reliable and low maintenance.
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Key Specifications

  • Frame - Stable, lightweight oversized aluminium frame
  • Fork - Rigid Steel
  • Drivetrain - Shimano Nexus 7-Speed
  • Brakes - Shimano Roller Brake

The CityGo with robust frame is built to withstand everything the urban environment throws at it. Every day the CityGo will get you to work, to the gym, and everywhere in between.

It will easily hold a laptop and groceries on the sturdy rear carrier or in the basket, which can be mounted as an accessory. There's even a storage box integrated into the frame! The CityGo is an indestructible bike thanks to its integrated lights and dual locks. The ultimate urban commuter!

The Aluminium frame is not only light, but strong too, making this bike a life-long companion for all types of trip. Gazelle have included all the accessories you could need with the bike, from the rear carry rack and full-length mudguards, to the integrated lights and dual locks, ensuring you have everything you need to get out riding.

The bike is kitted out with a 7-Speed Shimano Nexus hub gear, giving miles and miles of trouble-free riding, along with the Shimano Hub brakes, providing a reliable stop when required.

The CityGo is extremely comfortable thanks to the low-step trapeze frame design and the upright riding position with fully-adjustable stem.
Key Specifications

Frame - Stable, lightweight oversized aluminium frame
Fork - Rigid Steel
Drivetrain - Shimano Nexus 7-Speed
Brakes - Shimano Roller Brake
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Full Specification

Frame - Stable, lightweight oversized aluminium frame with 70.5° headset angle and 71.5° saddle tube angle gives positive steering characteristics. Both the men’s and women’s frames are fitted with a prominent double top tube
Fork - Rigid Steel
Shock - n/a
Number of Gears - 7
Shifters - Shimano Nexus 7-Speed
Chainset - Aluminum
Chainrings - 38x18t
Cassette - Hub Gear
Chain - Z410RB 1/2X1/8
Front Derailleur - n/a
Rear Derailleur - n/a
Pedals - Not Included
Rims - Ryde Dutch19, 28"
Front Hub - Shimano hub dynamo (2,4W)
Rear Hub - Shimano Nexus, 7 speeds, freewheel
Front Tyre - Continental CityRide, 42-622
Rear Tyre - Continental CityRide, 42-622
Front Brake - Shimano BR-C3000F
Rear Brake - Shimano BR-IM31
Brake Levers - Gazelle Ergo with softtouch for high braking comfort
Handlebars - aluminium look, comfort curved model
Grips - Gazelle Aerowing
Stem - Gazelle Shuttle, with toolbox, steplessly adjustable
Saddle - Selle Royal
Seatpost - Fixed
Weight - 18.6Kg
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Decent for the money. Nexus is £300+ on a standard bike...
Looks decent weight for the money
18.6kg is massively heavy! Looks like it's designed as a rental bike and/or for flat roads like in NL? Even with the excellent Nexus hub gear it seems expensive. May suit a few people but not most I suggest.
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But it’s indestructible!!!!
majorwedgy8421/01/2020 13:04

Compared to …Compared to https://www.halfords.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductMobileDisplay?catalogId=10151&langId=-1&categoryId=211566&productId=1536074&storeId=10001#recentlyViewedAndhttps://www.halfords.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductMobileDisplay?catalogId=10151&langId=-1&categoryId=211566&productId=1536067&storeId=10001


Or any other electric bike in this price range
majorwedgy8421/01/2020 13:06

Or any other electric bike in this price range


You are however comparing a very well made "normal" bike with the cheapest possible eBike. Once the battery has run out it'll be a hefty single speed and once the battery has failed it'll be scrap.
This looks decent but wondering if it trumps this one from Decathlon:
decathlon.co.uk/elo…tml - which seems pretty similar in spec?
The two Halfords bikes are not step-through, the Decathlon one is a good price.
johnnystorm21/01/2020 13:36

You are however comparing a very well made "normal" bike with the cheapest …You are however comparing a very well made "normal" bike with the cheapest possible eBike. Once the battery has run out it'll be a hefty single speed and once the battery has failed it'll be scrap.


LOL! Genuinely thought this was an electric bike! In which case my comparison is ridiculous and so is the price and weight of this bike!
ha ha, same here, I thought it was an ebike too!
If quidco and hukd are linked why isn’t there a reminder on every post to use quidco? 4% on this.
Besford21/01/2020 12:53

18.6kg is massively heavy! Looks like it's designed as a rental bike …18.6kg is massively heavy! Looks like it's designed as a rental bike and/or for flat roads like in NL? Even with the excellent Nexus hub gear it seems expensive. May suit a few people but not most I suggest.


You see we the weight on the Hippopotumus version!
royaltee21/01/2020 15:17

If quidco and hukd are linked why isn’t there a reminder on every post to u …If quidco and hukd are linked why isn’t there a reminder on every post to use quidco? 4% on this.


because HUKD get the lot if you don't use quidco/TCB!
HerefordCiderApples21/01/2020 20:41

because HUKD get the lot if you don't use quidco/TCB!


That’s so obvious now you say it, can’t believe I didn’t think of that!
laireyclairey21/01/2020 14:29

This looks decent but wondering if it trumps this one from Decathlon: …This looks decent but wondering if it trumps this one from Decathlon: https://www.decathlon.co.uk/elops-920-step-over-classic-bike-grey-id_8353686.html - which seems pretty similar in spec?


Decathlon looks much inferior with V brakes and a lower weight limit. Also it was a similar frame which had the huge frame recall at btwin. That is a weak design of frame anyway without a top tube and with btwin's history of failing frames I'd personally go with the Gazelle over that model by a long way. It's mile better in spec too and worth the extra.

However both bikes use the Nexus 7 hub which is not as reliable as the Nexus 8 and neither is anywhere as near as reliable as the Nexus 3. I'm sure for lighter riders and occasional use it will be fine but I've heard of such hubs failing at around 4,000 to 5,000 miles. Also the Nexus 7 is actually a 9 speed hub with 2 gears disabled it's actually more complicated than the Nexus 8. Also there is no direct drive gear on the Nexus 7 (I think its one of the gears disabled) compared to the Nexus 8 and Nexus 3 so you can't choose a super strong efficient gear to reduce wear on the hub. However it is weather proof and low maintenance but when you do have to maintain it, service it it is complicated if you do it yourself or expensive for a bike shop to service it.

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bonzobanana22/01/2020 12:26

Decathlon looks much inferior with V brakes and a lower weight limit. Also …Decathlon looks much inferior with V brakes and a lower weight limit. Also it was a similar frame which had the huge frame recall at btwin. That is a weak design of frame anyway without a top tube and with btwin's history of failing frames I'd personally go with the Gazelle over that model by a long way. It's mile better in spec too and worth the extra.However both bikes use the Nexus 7 hub which is not as reliable as the Nexus 8 and neither is anywhere as near as reliable as the Nexus 3. I'm sure for lighter riders and occasional use it will be fine but I've heard of such hubs failing at around 4,000 to 5,000 miles. Also the Nexus 7 is actually a 9 speed hub with 2 gears disabled it's actually more complicated than the Nexus 8. Also there is no direct drive gear on the Nexus 7 (I think its one of the gears disabled) compared to the Nexus 8 and Nexus 3 so you can't choose a super strong efficient gear to reduce wear on the hub. However it is weather proof and low maintenance but when you do have to maintain it, service it it is complicated if you do it yourself or expensive for a bike shop to service it. https://www.bike-eu.com/laws-regulations/nieuws/2019/01/decathlon-recalls-three-model-year-b-twin-bikes-10135135


Thanks for the facts on this... Would be interested to know if there's a similar Dutch bike you'd recommend then?
laireyclairey22/01/2020 13:02

Thanks for the facts on this... Would be interested to know if there's a …Thanks for the facts on this... Would be interested to know if there's a similar Dutch bike you'd recommend then?


It's very difficult to recommend a bike as I don't know your exact requirements but if you do want a all weather comfort bike then this bike is fine. I wouldn't use it for touring or long distance riding due to the Nexus 7 and if you are planning to cycle a huge amount perhaps something which has more durable gears. I could recommend a Nexus 3 bike but that has a reduced gear range and would be more difficult on hills. Getting the right bike is about tailoring it to your exact requirements. If you are a fair weather cyclist then many of the all weather features of this bike (enclosed chain, hub brakes etc) may be an un-necessary expense and weight. Also if you are planning to load it up with shopping trips and have some large hills it could be difficult as the bike is heavy. Many people have exact requirements for the style of bike they want as well.

I do really like this Gazelle bike though, seems like well chosen components except they have sacrificed a bit of long term reliability for a wider range of gears.

They do offer the Citygo C3 but its the 2020 version at full price which is £100 more than this. Normally there is £200 difference between the two with the C7 costing more. If in a few years you bought the C7 and the hub did fail it wouldn't be too hard to switch out to a 3 speed hub wheel and shifter. Maybe £100-150 on top so this still looks good value. I just feel that its always worth warning about the Nexus 7 being the shortest lifespan geared hub in Shimano's range on average and you may not have any problems at all anyway depending on usage. If after the warranty it does go wrong I would replace the hub rather than fix.
laireyclairey22/01/2020 13:47

@bonzobanana I currently have this spec bike- I use it every day for my …@bonzobanana I currently have this spec bike- I use it every day for my commute and to go to the gym: https://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:gPkwJc63ihUJ:https://www.halfords.com/cycling/bikes/classic-bikes/olive-and-orange-by-orla-kiely-womens-classic-bike-pink-tall-flower-17-19-frames+&cd=2&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=uk


Very similar bike really, except the Gazelle looks more modern. That one has the better 8 speed hub which I think has a direct drive gear in gear no.5 i.e. best gear to use if you can as much as possible but doesn't have the Shimano dynamo hub. For the hub gears the Gazelle is a bit of a downgrade.
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