• Santos Travel Lite

    Travel Lite

    Classy allrounder

  • Santos Travel Lite

    Travel Lite

    Classy allrounder

  • Santos Travel Lite

    Travel Lite

    Classy allrounder

 

 

The Travel Lite will make you want to ride more. No doubt about that. Before you know it, it will take you to the grocery store, to work, across the Alps, to sweet and sultry Tuscany... and onwards to Istanbul, Teheran and Nepal. Once you ride this bike, you do not want to stop anymore. Really. Okay, maybe for a delicious plate of real Italian pasta or a small fine hotel in Bassano del Grappa.

Enthusiasm and experience were the recipe. Ours and mostly our riders. We added our expertise and distilled the essence from all the ingredients. The basis for a strong, stiff and light touring bike, that takes you anywhere. That you would like to ride all the time.
OpPad winnaarA beautiful frame with nicely finished welds. No unneccessary inserts. With a lot of clearance for wide tires. And with user friendly, low maintenance FIRMtech brakes. High mileage and low maintenance, that was the goal.

This classic bike is your reliable partner on your holiday, on your way to work and for rides to the grocery store. It's time to leave!

Oh and by the way, if you ever have the chance to test it, warn your boss that you might be delayed for a day... or two...

 

 

 

 

Specifications

 

 

General:   Santos only:  
Transmission:          
Brakes:         Geometry:  10 maten

 

 

 

 

 

 

Clean & dedicated

Elegant, beautifully designed

 

 

 

  • Clean and dedicated

    Super elegant allrounder

    An eye catcher, for sure. Besides functionality, the Travel Lite's looks are a main feature. The frame is beautifully designed, clean and dedicated. No superfluous inserts, nicely finished welds, a semi integrated head set and minimalistic FIRMtech brakes.

    The frame is designed for one kind of brake and gear system. That means cable and cableguides are fine tuned in shape and function, without concessions.

  • Clean and dedicated

    Super elegant allrounder

    An eye catcher, for sure. Besides functionality, the Travel Lite's looks are a main feature. The frame is beautifully designed, clean and dedicated. No superfluous inserts, nicely finished welds, a semi integrated head set and minimalistic FIRMtech brakes.

    The frame is designed for one kind of brake and gear system. That means cable and cableguides are fine tuned in shape and function, without concessions.

  • Clean and dedicated

    Super elegant allrounder

    An eye catcher, for sure. Besides functionality, the Travel Lite's looks are a main feature. The frame is beautifully designed, clean and dedicated. No superfluous inserts, nicely finished welds, a semi integrated head set and minimalistic FIRMtech brakes.

    The frame is designed for one kind of brake and gear system. That means cable and cableguides are fine tuned in shape and function, without concessions.

 
  • Heren- en damesvariant
  • Low top tube possible

    Ladies and gents version available

    The Travel Lite is available 5 ladies and 5 mens sizes.
    The ladies frame has a low top tube and maintains its stiffness and stable riding characteristics due to its well considered geometry. There's plenty of room left for a bottle cage.

 

 

Super strong and stable

Comfortable touring with a crazy amount of luggage

 

 

 

 

Lots of space in the frame

Lots of space in the frame

The Travel Lite's spacious frame offers plenty of space for many bottles.

Super stable

Super stable

The Travel Lite is build to cary a lot of luggage. The ladies and gents frame will carry all of your luggage with ease, up to 55kg, divided over 5 panniers. To carry a heavy load and for intensive use, the Travel Lite has a super stiff frame. The triple-butted aluminum tubes and the efficientgeometry with large triangles make it a super strong bike.

Sterke, vaste achterpadden

Strong, fixed dropouts.

The rear wheel has fixed dropouts, this ensures a perfect alignment of the rear wheel. When you remove the rear wheel, in case of a puncture, it is easy to put it back in. The alignment of the belt is easily checked by looking down at it after a couple of spins.

Bottle cage underneath the bottom tube

Bottle cage mount on the down tube

The Travel Lite is designed to ride a lot and far away. That includes the possibility to take a lot of water along. The inserts underneath the down tube allow you to take an extra bottle.

55kg bagage

55kg bagage

The Travel Lite is equipped with the TravelRack XL, an extra strong rear rack. You can easily take more than 40kg* along, divided over five panniers.

*In case you use the carrier for panniers only on the side and on top of the bike, it's suitable for at least 40kg. The carrier is not suitable for child's seats.

Sterke, hangebouwde wielen

Strong wheels

The Travel Lite has super strong Santos touring wheels, suitable for heavy duty purposes! They are handmade, have extra wide rims and 36 spokes.

  • Lots of space in the frame

    Lots of space in the frame

    The Travel Lite's spacious frame offers plenty of space for many bottles.

  • Super stable

    Super stable

    The Travel Lite is build to cary a lot of luggage. The ladies and gents frame will carry all of your luggage with ease, up to 55kg, divided over 5 panniers. To carry a heavy load and for intensive use, the Travel Lite has a super stiff frame. The triple-butted aluminum tubes and the efficientgeometry with large triangles make it a super strong bike.

  • Sterke, vaste achterpadden

    Strong, fixed dropouts.

    The rear wheel has fixed dropouts, this ensures a perfect alignment of the rear wheel. When you remove the rear wheel, in case of a puncture, it is easy to put it back in. The alignment of the belt is easily checked by looking down at it after a couple of spins.

  • Bottle cage underneath the bottom tube

    Bottle cage mount on the down tube

    The Travel Lite is designed to ride a lot and far away. That includes the possibility to take a lot of water along. The inserts underneath the down tube allow you to take an extra bottle.

  • 55kg bagage

    55kg bagage

    The Travel Lite is equipped with the TravelRack XL, an extra strong rear rack. You can easily take more than 40kg* along, divided over five panniers.

    *In case you use the carrier for panniers only on the side and on top of the bike, it's suitable for at least 40kg. The carrier is not suitable for child's seats.

  • Sterke, hangebouwde wielen

    Strong wheels

    The Travel Lite has super strong Santos touring wheels, suitable for heavy duty purposes! They are handmade, have extra wide rims and 36 spokes.

    • Stong frame
    • Safely downhill, full of confidence

      Strong and stable frame

      The Travel Lite follows without hesitation. Even during super fast downhills on paved roads or unpaved mountain tracks it feels very reliable. It has a super strong frame, a steel front fork and exceedingly strong wheels, which make swaying impossible.

    • Travel worthy
    • A crazy amount of luggage

      Stable riding behaviour, even with a lot of luggage

      You can fit the Travel Lite with more than 40 kg of luggage, divided over 5 bags. For example, choose a Santos TravelRack XL rear rack (26 kg*) and a Tubus lowrider (15kg). The strong, stiff frame and the steel front fork ride effortless over cobblestones and tree-roots. The fat tires give you lots of comfort.

      *In case you use the carrier for panniers only on the side and on top of the bike, it's suitable for at least 40kg. The carrier is not suitable for child's seats.

    • Santos travel wheels
    • Comfortable and strong

      Santos travel wheels

      The Travel Lite has super strong Santos travel wheels. Handmade with the right spoke tension. Sealed nipples make these travel wheels indestructible and ready for your holiday.

      The 55mm wide tires enable you to profit from the comfort and without fenders you can even mount 60m tires. Super comfortable.

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Built for heavy duty purposes

    SStrong wheels that easily carry your luggage; a Santos Hold-it-All for a big PET bottle or that nice bottle of wine to enjoy at the end of your day's ride. The Travel Lite+ is your reliable companion.
     

    • TravelRack XL

      TravelRack XL

      The TravelRack XL is a heavy duty carrier, especially designed for our 29-er models. Designed by Santos, produced by Tubus. It carries 40 kg of luggage, has an extra long plateau and is situated more to the front, which makes it stronger than any other 29-er carrier. Suitable for a crazy amount of luggage.

      Read more

    • Strong wheels

      Strong wheels

      Santos wheels can withstand it all.

      Wheels are very important. They have a lot to endure and are difficult to repair while traveling. All the more reason to make our wheels strong, very strong. How?

      Read more

    • Santos Hold-it-All

      Santos Hold-it-All

      One size fits all.

      From a regular bike bottle up to a large PET bottle. The name says it all; you can stash anything with the Santos Hold-it-All. Thousands of Santos riders use this unique Santos Only accessory on their journeys around the world.

      Read more

     

     

     

     

    Durable transmission

    Riding a lot, barely any maintenance

     

     

     

     

    • Belt tensioner
    • Care free riding, little maintanance

      Reliable Rohloff hub

      The Travel Lite is equiped with the most durable and low maintenance components; the most reliable and user friendly internal Rohloff gear hub with Santos belt drive. It transforms your Travel Lite into a low maintenance travel companion and durable commuter.

      Rather go for the Pinion gear box? Check our Travel Lite+ (still in Dutch).

    • Belt tensioner
    • Gates belt drive

      Durable Santos belt drive

      The right belt and sprockets make your bikes transmission super durable. The Travel Lite has this durable Santos belt drive. That means fixed dropouts (thus the certainty of a straight rear wheel) and Gates belt drive. It's the ultimate system for a lót of silent kilometers.

     

      Rohloff 14 Rohloff Pinion 18 Pinion  Pinion 12 Pinion  Derailleur Derailleur Alfine
    Number of gears 14 speed 18 speed 12 speed 3x10 11 speed
    Total reach
    Increase per gear 13,6% 11,5% 17,6%    
    Weight  
    Suitable for tandem
    Suitable for E-bike
    Direct pedal stroke  
    Proven durability
    Available since 1998 2011 2011 - 2010
    Maintenance ?
    Suitable for Travelmaster

     

     

     

     

    Hydraulic FIRMtech brakes

    Reliable and user friendly

     

     

     

     

     

    • FIRMtech brakes
    • FIRMtech brakes 2
    • Reliable hydraulic FIRMtech brakes

      Evenly distributed braking power

      The hydraulic FIRMtech rim brakes by Magura are robust and durable. They brake firmly and directly and are easy to dose. With the control wheel attached to the brake lever you can easily adjust the braking power; either more aggressively or with a more friendly stroke. Riders with smaller hands and less strong fingers will find them easy to use. Also in wet weather.

    • The Firmtech version distinguishes itself from the standard Magura brake with the mounting on the frame. The brake notches are wellded on the back side of the forks, both front and rear. In this way the brake bites itself into the fork and the brake power increases when making an emergency stop.

      The brake cillinders are directly wellded onto the frame like a hinge and cannot be adjusted. The benefit for you is that it is not possible to mess up your brakes. Ideal for bikers with two left hands. With a small handle on the lever you can adjust the bite. Changing pads is a piece of cake; open the hinge and pull out the worn pad, click the new one in and close the hinge. Done in a minute or two without tools.

     

     

    Santos Only

    SON SL, modular cable guides, many colours...

     

     

     

     

     

    SON SL Light set

    Wireless dynamo hub

    In case you opt for the SON light set, you get a beautiful headlight with a wide, clear beam. This is a distinctive feature of the SON headlights. The connection to the hub is wireless, which makes it very easy to take out the wheel.
    We mount the headlight on a Santos headlight bracket, this provides a clear, straight beam above your front wheel.

    The SON lights are available in 6 colours, just like corresponding SON dynamo hub and rear light.

    • E-Bike Ready
    • Travel bikes with power

      E-bike ready

      The Travel Lite+ is designed with the future in mind. It is E-bike ready, that means that you can turn your bike into an E-bike in the future. That's nice, because you never know in a couple of years you just might need that.
      The Travel Lite+ E-bike has a powerfull motor and a big battery for a large radius. We chose a modular system, so we are flexible, now and in the future.
       

    • Santos cable guides
    • Modular and clean

      Santos cable guides

      Santos developed modular cable guides for the Travel Lite. The cables run along your frame perfectly, without superfluous inserts. No matter how you customize the bike.

    • Santos kleuren
    • Color your world

      Santos colors

      Your Santos in your own color; choose from more than 50 frame colors, 14 letter colors and match your SON lights, Rohloff hub and/or Pinion box.

       

     

     

    Custombuilt

    For everyone a unique bike

     

    Which frame do you need?

    Which frame do you need?

    Your wishes and needs determine the frame of your choice. Do you expect to bring a lot of luggage? Do you prefer paved roads, single tracks or both? Santos offers a suitable frame for every purpose.

    By the way, your frame is available in more than 50 colors!

    Version

    Version

    Choose the kind of gear system you like. We offer the unique possibility to choose from various gear systems; opt for the reliable Rohloff hub, the low maintenance Pinion gear box or an affordable derailleur system.
    Both Rohloff and Pinion can be selected with Gates belt or chain.

    Customize

    Customize

    The finishing touch; handlebars, saddle, tires, rims, fenders, brakes, lights, front fork, grips, carriers ánd color! It's completely up to you; you decide íf you need it and what exactly you prefer.
    The result: your unique Santos.

     

     

     

     

    Geometry

    All sizes on a row

     

    Tip: a test ride says more than figures. Feel free to make an appointment at one of our Santos (World) Stores.

    GeometrieTM26  

     

    Geometrie Travel Lite
    All sizes are in millimeters, unless mentions otherwise.

    Size Seat tube
    length
    Top tube length Overstand height Head set height Head set - Dropout
    Mens  
    49 cm 490 580 799 908 602
    53 cm 530 590 822 911 602
    57 cm 570 600 853 932 622
    61 cm 610 610 883 951 642
    65 cm 650 620 913 969 662
    Lady's  
    45 cm 450 575 650 908 602
    49 cm 490 580 656 908 602
    53 cm 530 585 668 929 621
    57 cm 570 595 678 951 642
    61 cm 610 605 713 969 662

    * Measured with Schwalbe Marathon Supreme 50 mm tyres.

     

     

     

    Tested

    Experts experiences

     

     

     

    Michiel van den Brink

    Bike fanatic
    Travel Lite

     

    "The Range Rover among the trekking bikes!"

     

    20.000km on a Travel Lite

    Our Bike junkies, Ellen en Elmar, took the Travel Lite out for a two year journey through the Americas.

    "The Travel Lite is a stylish bike, strong as steel, that can do anything; from the rugged mountain trails in the Andes to the smooth tarmac in Holland."

    Fietsjunks

    Overlanders
    Travel Lite

    "The Santos Travel Lite is multi-functional; you can take her out for a weekend in the countryside and it's a hell of a friend for long distance cycling."


     
     
    Santos Travel Lite Stories

     

    Travel Lite Stories

    A source of inspiration

     

    It feels like I’m cycling in Central Asia. The landscape is wide and wavy with brown and green tones and a lake here and there. I’m in Connemara. From Killarney I headed north.

    The first days it was raining continuously. It’s still damp, but apart from some drizzle it’s ‘dry’. I knew Ireland was nice, but I did not expect it to be so beautiful. As I have experienced before in North America, Kazakhstan and Russia, I feel at home again here too now nature opens up and I am surrounded by open space. For the first in this trip I bike for over an hour without meeting someone, no house no car no human.

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    I arrive in Clifden, and a tourist village where I planned to treat myself to a hostel. The storm Ophelia is coming and I have been warned by many people over the last two days. How fierce the storm will be I don’t know, but skiping a night of camping is probably not a bad idea. Clifden has plenty of hotels and one hostel, which still costs 24 euros a night for a dormbed. The man who runs the hostel is moody and unfriendly, I pass on this place. On my GPS I see that there are three hostels in Letterfrack at the entrance of National Park Connemara, just 14km away. I decide to ride there and happen upon the nicest and cutest hostel ever. It is an old monastery house, colorfully painted, filled with books and with a large kitchen and cozy living room with fire place. Despite the fact that the tourist season has ended, I meet some other travellers with whom I instantly get along. I want to stay here. For the first time during this trip I check in at a hostel, and I like it!

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    The next morning when I wake up it’s still peaceful outside and there is no sign of an emerging hurricane. I decide to take a walk before the storm arrives. The gate to the national park is closed ‘due to weather alarm’ but I jump over it and walk up the mountain behind the hostel. Here too the landscape is open and I do not have to worry about flying branches or falling trees. It’s a nice walk, the higher I get the more the stronger the winds. Before noon I arrive back at the hostel. I decide to spend the rest of the day by the fire in anticipation of the raging storm. The other eight guests, like me, decided to stay in today. Together we look at the weather forecast and how the storm gets closer on the radar. We wait and wait and wait, but not much happens. No flying roof tiles, no trees pulled from the ground, no power cut, no spectacle. When the evening falls, I give up. In the south of the country, Ophelia has caused some damage, which is shitty. Where I am not much happened, which is also a shame, storm can be so beautiful. I deliberate pitching my tent next to the hostel for the night, but decide to treat myself to a bed for one more night.

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    When I leave the hostel the next day I only have four more days of cycling ahead of me in Ireland. In those four days I will cross the country from the west coast to Dublin on the east coast. The first day of cycling is beautiful, followed by three days crossing farmland on major roads and following bike paths along canals. The land is flat and I’m surprised to see how strong my legs have grown again within just a months time. I can cover long distances within a day. On the fourth day, I only have 30km to ride to get to the center of Dublin. I cycle along a canal to the edge of Dublin, from there I can bike 6 km through Phoenix park which leaves me with just 1.5 kms through the busy city to get to the hostel where I’ll meet with Ulf. Ulf is a friend from the Netherlands who is coming over to spend weekend in Dublin together. We’ve booked a hostel in the city center and I want to arrive early so that when he arrives I am showered, have picked up groceries and ready to cook a meal for him and me. I am looking forward to strolling around Dublin together this weekend.

    After 20km, the road bends slightly downhill and I enter Phoenix park through a white gate. I’ve been needing a wee for an hour now and am looking forward to finding public toilets in this park. I scan the area for a toilet building while I’m rolling around the empty boulevard with about 35km/h. When I look in front of me again, I realize that the white stripe that I had taken for just a mark on the road actually marks a curb. I see how my front wheel approaches it and that there’s no escape. I’m shaving the curb and come flying off my bike. My head first touches the ground and I feel how it smacks the inside of my helmet. The rest of my body follows and folds itself to the ground with a severe pain going through my upper body. I lean forward in the grass and hear myself shouting in pain. I see two men coming running, calling: ‘Are you OK? are you ok?’.

    When they arrive with me they’re not sure what to do. The man tells me he’ll call an ambulance, I tell him I’m not sure if that is necessary, maybe the pain will go away and I can get back on my bike soon enough. More people arrive and a woman kneels down next to me and will stay with me until finally the ambulance will arrive. She thinks I shouldn’t move or try to sit up. I don’t have much choice anyway. The left side of my body hurts and feels heavy. I can move my legs and all my fingers and my hand, my neck feels okay too, luckily. But my shoulder does not feel good, it hurts and feels…strange. I lay on the wet cold grass and start shivering. They put a scarf and a coat and another coat and another coat over me. Still, I’m shivering from the cold, the pain and the shock. I feel woozy and tell the woman I think I’m going to faint. And there I go.. I’m only gone for 2 seconds, but it feels like rollercoaster of nightmares for minutes.

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    Where is the ambulance? We’ve already heard two, but they both weren’t for me. After 45 minutes it finally arrives, a fire department’s ambulance. The three men take over, put me on a stretcher and roll me into the ambulance. I’m given morphine and they tell me that I can ask for more anytime, because this ‘ambulance’ has no suspension and there’ll be several speed bumps on the way to the hospital. I don’t like painkillers and stick with the first 2.5 milligrams of morphine. The men take care of me, take off my soaked cold shoes and socks and turn up the heater in the ambulance.

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    The E.R. is busy, extremely busy. The pain is increasing and I ask the men, waiting to take the stretcher I’m keeping occupied, to give me some more morphine. “Unfortunately,” they say “because we are in the hospital we aren’t allowed to do anything anymore.” The nurses there, however, are too busy to care about me and despite the fact that I tell them I’m in a lot of pain, they won’t give me anything. Finally they help me go to the toilet, after all I really needed a wee. Then I am placed in a wheelchair and set aside. The men take a stretcher, they have taken good care of me. Now I just have to wait and wait for someone to have time to see me. Suddenly I feel it coming again and I call a nurse “I think I’m going to faint, can you come over here?” He looks at me with and seems to think ‘Hmm, I’ll pop over in a bit…’.

    When I wake up from another rollercoaster of nightmares two nurses are kneeled at my wheelchair checking my wrist. Suddenly there is a bed for me and I get some pain relief. Not much later, the doctor comes over, a caring, friendly, young woman. I’m glad I’m lying down again.
    Everything goes slowly, but at last I can leave for an X-ray. I am being moved through the hallways of the hospital as if my bed was empty, no eye contact is made. I’m a number. After the X-ray I have to wait again to hear the results. I keep telling myself that everything is so slow because there are others who need help more and are in a much worse state than me, but it’s hard to be patient when you’re in pain and worried about the diagnosis.

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    The doctor comes over and tells me the good news that my neck is fine, but unfortunately my collarbone is fractured. She does not like to bring this news, I can tell, it’s broken near the shoulder, a place that she says will hurt a lot and heals slow. When she says I can’t ride my bicycle for the next six weeks, I cry for the first time. Soon I realize how lucky I am. My neck is intact, my head is intact and the rest of my body is also fine. If I hadn’t worn a helmet … I don’t know how and even if I had been sitting here today.
    They bring me some food while I wait for Ulf, who is coming over to pick me up at the hospital. I may go ‘home’, provided that there is an adult with me who’ll keep an eye on me, in case there are signs of a concussion. Meanwhile it’s evening and before Ulf arrives I get a message that there is a visitor for me, it’s the woman who sat with me in the park this afternoon.. When she walks in, I begin to cry immediately, it touches me that she tracked me down and came over to see how I was doing. She brought a toothbrush, bath products, chocolate and juice. An angel!

    An hour later, Ulf arrives and after instructions from the doctor and putting on a sling we leave in a taxi to the hostel. I have my bag with clothes with me, my bike and the rest of my stuff is stored in the guardhouse at the gate of Phoenix park.
    It is nice to see Ulf. The familiar face of a very sweet friend that I feel comfortable with. The first night I hardly sleep because of the pain, but I’m very relaxed and can take in what happened. I think about my options; what, where, Canada, The Netherlands? I realize that in the coming weeks I will not be able to do anything but sit. So why wouldn’t I go to the Banff festival in Canada? It’s better to sit at a nine-day festival in the Canadian rockies than on a couch in Tilburg, right? After a phone call with my mother and a chat with Ulf I decided, I’m going to Canada! The next morning, I search the internet for an affordable ticket back from Canada to the Netherlands after the festival. I don’t have to even think I could take my bike there and get on it a few weeks after the festival, so I will send my bags with Ulf and send my bike through mail to the Netherlands. It’s a lot of organising with only one arm, pain and little energy. I’m going to Canada with only one backpack for 16 days.

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    On Sunday night it’s time for Ulf to fly back to the Netherlands. I move to Jasper, a friend of mine from the Netherlands who lives in Dublin now. How lucky am I to have a friend from the Netherlands visit and a friend who lives here with whom I can stay, I’m a blessed person.

    No cycling for 6 weeks, the doctor said at first, but later I learned that means that after those 6 weeks I can start with little rides again in town, not on a heavy loaded bike, lots of kilometers, around the world. That’ll take a bit more time. I think it’s important to let my collarbone heal well and not get back on the bike to soon. That’s why I’ll go back to the Netherlands. If I’m waiting for it to heal in Canada, sitting next to my bicycle, I’ll definitely get back on it to soon.

    I find it hard to let go of my Canada plan. Although it would be a big challenge, I was looking forward to biking in Canada in winter, in snow. I’m going to let go of that plan. It’s been five days since the crash and I also notice that in a certain way it is nice that I can now make a plan with a completely clean slate. I will be in the Netherlands again and can go any direction I want; South America, Asia, Africa, Oceania. Everything is possible.
    The plan to bicycle through Canada in winter started from the fact that I would go there for the festival anyway. Somewhere in the back of my mind I knew that it wasn’t what I would’ve chosen had I not been going to Banff anyway. Now the canvas is white and I can paint a whole new plan.

    As a friend of mine strikingly said, “You’re only a real cyclist if you have fractured your collarbone at least once.” The next Tour de France I will indeed be able to symphatize more with the guys who come flying off their bikes headfirst, breaking their collarbone and have to leave the tour. I’m one of them now.

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    Tomorrow I fly to Canada. The pain in my clavicle is very bearable as long as I keep my arm still and in the sling. I don’t have to even think of using or moving it in one way or another. Fortunately, I have a nice place in Banff where I can stay and I only have to walk to the Banff Center where the festival takes place and back. Banff is tiny. For nine days I can watch movies, attend presentations and, of course, introduce my own shortfilm PEDAL!

    I look forward to the next two weeks in Canada. After, on November 13th I land in the Netherlands and then… well, we’ll see about that later.

    BANFF!!

     

     

     

     

     

    Brochures

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    Travel Lite Brochure

    Travel Lite Brochure

    Travel Lite Info sheet

    Travel Lite Info sheet

     

     

     

     

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    Available as E-bike too

    Would you like tail winds under any circumstances? Now you can! This bike is also available as E-Bike.

    Not ready yet for an E-bike, but would you like to keep the option open for the future? No problem! This bike is E-bike ready, which means you can always electrify your bike later.

    View our E-bike Serie

     

     

     

     

     

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    Our dealers are ready to help you. Check our dealer page for their addresses.

     

     

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