In terms of components, the 28.7 uses the same suspension as the 28.3, namely Suntour NEX-E25 forks with 63mm travel and a 40mm seat post. The shifts come from the drivetrain, which switches from twist and shift gears to an 11-speed Shimano Deore drivetrain. The 11-42T cassette and 40T chainring offer plenty of options for rolling hills without spinning, while the MT200 hydraulic disc brakes are perfect for riding all year round.
Like the other bikes in the Samedi range, the 28.7 has a very distinctive M-shaped handlebar. Ergonomically designed and interesting to look at, they were comfortable and offered a convenient riding position. Whether I’m riding long distances on this bike is another matter, but for the quick commute to the shops, work, or along the canal, it’s a great prospect.
Utility and recreation combine with this bike, with hauling capabilities that make it appealing to those of us who cycle errands or commute to work with ease. At the top of the range, it’s the best money can buy on Saturday 28, and if you want all the components that go with the price, then it’s a great buy. Ultimately, the bike you want, and the one you look at and want to ride, is the one you’ll end up riding. So while you don’t need all the shiny gears and expensive screens, if there’s something you like and can afford the investment, that can only be a good thing.
Where can I buy it?From a full charge. They have showrooms in the south of England, like Silverstone, where I tested the bike.
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This notice was published: 2022-05-03 23:01:00