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Ortler Miss Liz women glossy black grey city bike (2020) for £468.99 includong delivery @ Bikester
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Ortler Miss Liz women glossy black grey city bike (2020) for £468.99 includong delivery @ Bikester

£468.99£600.9922%Bikester Deals
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Ortler bikes are famous in Germany for being smooth, well-oiled machines ideal for cruising the city's flatter roads. This one from Bikester is no exception — the Miss Liz is a beautiful women's bike, with a cargo stand on front (ideal for a basket or otherwise), and a double kick stand. The leather details on the seat and grips complement the natural brown rubber tyres.

Down from £571.99 to £439.99 (plus £29 delivery charge as it is coming from Europe), this is really good discount.

Please note, that delivery will. be between 11-15 working days from today's receipt of payment. Plus you'll get a ten year warranty on Ortler bikes free from Bikester.

"Doesn't she look fantastic? Solid and elegant at the same time, she lives up to her name: Miss Liz. Styled like a model from head to toe, this Cargobike with wide tires is easy and comfortable to steer. On the practical front carrier you can take whatever needs to be carried with you.

A style icon that always fits you perfectly! Just let them all hang out - whether in the city, on a hill or on the way to work. The double-legged stand keeps the bike stable under any load. Even with a full transport box or heavy bag on the handlebars, it stands like a one. You can carry whatever you want on the practical front rack. Whether shopping or school bag, nothing is too heavy."


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Beauty really is in the eye of the beholder - I think this is ugly as sin! Each to their own.

I'll stick to my "conventional" bike with a pannier rack on the rear (I don't want anything sat around my front wheel!)
Hub and coaster brakes, chain cover and internal gears all make for a very low maintenance bike.
But it's seriously heavy, I wouldn't want to try cycling up any hills on that or carrying it up the stairs to a flat!
ArthurDent102/06/2020 12:02

Hub and coaster brakes, chain cover and internal gears all make for a very …Hub and coaster brakes, chain cover and internal gears all make for a very low maintenance bike.But it's seriously heavy, I wouldn't want to try cycling up any hills on that or carrying it up the stairs to a flat!


It is definitely a city cruiser.
I looked at a few bikes from bikester a few weeks ago, but many of their recent reviews are terrible.
Dynamo hub and 7-speed Nexus gears seem decent at this price. The weight presumably includes all the chonky components (rack, saddle, chainguard etc.) so not *too* bad (if you're sticking to short trips - I wouldn't want to ride it for more than 5 miles at a time, but that's not what it's designed for.)
My wife has something similar ( against my advice) and it now just gathers dust and is a trip hazard, and she bought a proper bike.Probably OK if you live somewhere flat like Holland.
mcrobbj04/06/2020 12:29

My wife has something similar ( against my advice) and it now just gathers …My wife has something similar ( against my advice) and it now just gathers dust and is a trip hazard, and she bought a proper bike.Probably OK if you live somewhere flat like Holland.


Cities are fairly flat. Manchester, Birmingham, London are all pretty flat.
Akira_Cat04/06/2020 12:30

Cities are fairly flat. Manchester, Birmingham, London are all pretty flat.


Not all cities, Edinburgh and Glasgow for example
The landscape looks flat until you get on a bike. Places that you’ve stomped over with ease for years suddenly have gradients when you cycle. 🥴
I expected a 3 speed hub gear at most but no, 7 speeds. That'll probably give you enough range to get up hills and go at a decent pace on the flat.
Decent set-up this...
mcrobbj04/06/2020 12:29

My wife has something similar ( against my advice) and it now just gathers …My wife has something similar ( against my advice) and it now just gathers dust and is a trip hazard, and she bought a proper bike.Probably OK if you live somewhere flat like Holland.


The GF has a Pashley and she loves it but it weighs an absolute ton (23Kg). It's fine for nipping to the shops but any further or any kind of hill and she's struggling. Low maintenance with hub brakes and hub gears but a wicker basket (that's rotted) and a leather saddle that also doesn't like rain.

She's considering a conventional bike (probably a hybrid) now because she wants to go further than just the shops.
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