Retrospec 24" Single Speed Charter Rental Cruiser - Westridge Outdoors
 Retrospec 24" Single Speed Charter Rental Cruiser - Westridge Outdoors

24" Single Speed Charter Rental Cruiser

Regular price $279.99


Low maintenance takes on new meaning in the Charter. Built to last so you can spend more time renting your fleet over and over again and less time doing upkeep.
Charter is a durable low maintenance single speed aluminum cruiser built to last. This bike is packed full of rust-proof, corrosion-resistant alloy parts, and a unisex step thru frame.
The 24" Charter is perfect for teens and petite adults alike. It also packs some impressive features including aluminum frame, quick-release seat post clamp, rustbuster chain, 13g stainless steel spokes, ergo grips, rear mount kickstand, plus many more.

 

 KEY FEATURES
  •  DURABLE STYLISH DESIGN
  • SINGLE SPEED COASTER BRAKE
  • STAINLESS STEEL 13G SPOKES
  • 24x2.125 SMOOTH ROLLING TIRES
  • SEALED HEADSET
  • DOUBLE WALL ALUMINUM RIMS
  • RUSTBUSTER CHAIN
  • SEALED BOTTOM BRACKET
  • DURABLE PEDALS
  • REAR MOUNT KICKSTAND

Frame: Aluminum Low Step-Thru, Unisex
Brakes: Coaster Brakes
Tires: 24x2.125 Cruiser Tires
Fork: Steel 1" Threaded
Handlebar: Cruiser Bar, 22.2mm
Stem: Quill Stem
Headset: Sealed Mechanism
Saddle: Comfort Cruiser Saddle
Crank: Prowheel 3PC Alloy
Chainring: 42T Alloy
Rear Cog: 18T
Chain: KMC Rust-Buster
Bottom Bracket: Sealed Cartridge Bearing
Pedals: Wellgo Aluminum Chasis with Kraton Rubber
Rims: Aluminum Double-Wall with 13G Stainless Steel Spokes, Coated ED Black
Hub Rear: KT Coaster Brake Hub
Hub Front: KT Hub
Axle Nuts: Stainless Steel Acorn
Seat Post Clamp: 31.8mm, Black
Seatpost: 27.2mm, 300mm
Grips: Comfort Ergonomic
Kickstand: Rear Mount Bolted to Frame
Sign Plate: Welded Large Metal Plate with Removable Decal
Recommended Weight Limit: 220 LBS

Measuring Inseam

Inseam is the most important metric to consider when deciding on bike size. In order to take this measurement properly, follow these guidelines:

  1. Stand upright with your feet 6-8" apart.
  2. Using a tape measure or tailor tape, measure from the bottom of your foot to the top of the inside of your leg.
  3. Compare your inseam measurement to the standover height of the bike. You should have about an inch of space between your body and the top tube.

Additional Sizing Info

Charter is a durable low maintenance single speed aluminum cruiser built to last. This bike is packed full of rust-proof, corrosion-resistant alloy parts, and a unisex step thru frame.
The 24" Charter is perfect for teens and petite adults alike. It also packs some impressive features including aluminum frame, quick-release seat post clamp, rustbuster chain, 13g stainless steel spokes, ergo grips, rear mount kickstand, plus many more.

 

 KEY FEATURES
  •  DURABLE STYLISH DESIGN
  • SINGLE SPEED COASTER BRAKE
  • STAINLESS STEEL 13G SPOKES
  • 24x2.125 SMOOTH ROLLING TIRES
  • SEALED HEADSET
  • DOUBLE WALL ALUMINUM RIMS
  • RUSTBUSTER CHAIN
  • SEALED BOTTOM BRACKET
  • DURABLE PEDALS
  • REAR MOUNT KICKSTAND

Frame: Aluminum Low Step-Thru, Unisex
Brakes: Coaster Brakes
Tires: 24x2.125 Cruiser Tires
Fork: Steel 1" Threaded
Handlebar: Cruiser Bar, 22.2mm
Stem: Quill Stem
Headset: Sealed Mechanism
Saddle: Comfort Cruiser Saddle
Crank: Prowheel 3PC Alloy
Chainring: 42T Alloy
Rear Cog: 18T
Chain: KMC Rust-Buster
Bottom Bracket: Sealed Cartridge Bearing
Pedals: Wellgo Aluminum Chasis with Kraton Rubber
Rims: Aluminum Double-Wall with 13G Stainless Steel Spokes, Coated ED Black
Hub Rear: KT Coaster Brake Hub
Hub Front: KT Hub
Axle Nuts: Stainless Steel Acorn
Seat Post Clamp: 31.8mm, Black
Seatpost: 27.2mm, 300mm
Grips: Comfort Ergonomic
Kickstand: Rear Mount Bolted to Frame
Sign Plate: Welded Large Metal Plate with Removable Decal
Recommended Weight Limit: 220 LBS

Measuring Inseam

Inseam is the most important metric to consider when deciding on bike size. In order to take this measurement properly, follow these guidelines:

  1. Stand upright with your feet 6-8" apart.
  2. Using a tape measure or tailor tape, measure from the bottom of your foot to the top of the inside of your leg.
  3. Compare your inseam measurement to the standover height of the bike. You should have about an inch of space between your body and the top tube.

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