Incline, decline, and beeline across your city
Comfortable ride in shorts or a skirt
Easy gear transitions
Sport any outfit with our step through bike
Smooth riding, stop on a dime
Change gears with the flick of your wrist
- Frame Lightweight, Hand-Built, Step-Thru High-Tensile Strength Steel Frame with Rack & Fender Braze-Ons
- Fork Lightweight Hand-Built Classic Urban Fork
- Rims Retrospec aluminum double-wall 32H, 20mm apex section, precision machined brake tracks with wear indicator
- Hubs Steel ball-bearing, 32H, bolt-on
- Tires Retrospec 700C x 35 All-Conditions, S/V valves
- Spokes 14G UCP
- Kickstand Center-mount, steel
- Rear Carrier Classic design, steel with "mousetrap-style" spring-clip (40lb load limit)
- Bell Aluminum
- Fenders Classic full-wrap steel
- Derailleur Shimano Tourney 7S
- Shifter Shimano 7-Speed Revoshift Grip-Twist Shifter
- Crank Steel 1-piece 170mm x 44T, w/chainwheel guard
- Chain KMC Z410, 1/2" 1/8"
- Freewheel/Cog Shimano Tourney 500, 7S 14-28T
- Headset 1 1/8" (28.6mm) steel, Threaded
- Brakes Aluminum alloy linear side-pull calipers & brake alloy/nylon levers
- Handlebars Steel Riser 620mmwide, 60mm rise, 15° sweep, 25.4 Center
- Grips Retrospec Comfort
- Stem Quill-type, steel/alloy 40mm extension/30⁰ degree rise
- Saddle Retrospec Women's/Men's specific ErgoComfort
- Seatpost Steel 25.4mm x Step-Thru 350mm, Diamond 300mm
- Seatpost Clamp Aluminum alloy
- Pedals High Impact, Reinforced Nylon Resin Platform, 1/2"
- Recommended Weight Limit 250 LBS
|Size||Height Range||Standover Height|
|42cm||5' - 5'10"||19.35"|
What's My Size?
Your inseam can help you find the perfect sized bike (measuring it properly is similar to pant inseams but measured a little differently). Here's how they work:
- Stand upright with your feet 6-8" apart.
- Using a tape measure or tailor tape, measure from the bottom of your foot to the top of the inside of your leg.
- 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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Got two Beaumonts within the last two months. Bikes are nice after putting them together but makes a little noise when riding. Anyways, I'm not happy with the company not giving back to the community at all. After spending almost $800 bucks on two bikes the least you can do is give back a product that's worth $50 bucks to a youth that's graduating and can't afford one. I've reached out multiple times and yet no response from Retrospec. Other companies have donated a hemlet without asking. So much for giving back to the community Retrospec. I will not continue doing business with a company that can't give back for the most valid reason, first and last time. Left a bad taste in my mouth.
This bike is sweet and super easy to assemble. Love the bright yellow color. Big fan of retrospec. "You got like 3 feet of air that time” - Napoleon
Very easy to put together following instructions. Great in between size for larger child/petite adult.
Love my bike, been looking for something since the pandemic with no luck, until I found this in stock (eventually) Perfect for 5.2" frame and great mix between form and function.
Bike was in good shape upon arrival. Assembly was fairly straightforward and took maybe 45 minutes. The posture of the bike is great for my wife, who I bought it for. Child seat fits nicely on the back in place of the factory rack. Only complaints after about a month are three. First, the weight limit is fairly low. Only 156 lbs or so. More than enough for my wife and kids, but I can’t take it for a spin. Might consider getting beefier rims and tires. Second, the tires are really narrow, so this isn’t like a beach cruiser. I knew that going in, but beware of that if it’s been a while since you’ve ridden a bike. Control can be challenging on bumpy surfaces. Lastly, the fenders are cool but they tend to get bent during shipping. It’s simple enough to try to straighten them, but I haven’t tried putting too much pressure on them for fear of breaking them. So they remain skeewampus.