The Gazelle Sports Trekking and Trekking range encompasses bikes built for speed and / or a long range of operation. The common feature of each bike is derailleur gearing, which lends light weight, climbing capability and easy accessibility to distant horizons.
Light weight is usually achieved by use of derailleur gearing, rim braking systems, battery lighting, lightweight components like saddles, tyres and luggage racks.
All, however, embrace the Dutch philosophies of practicality and utility, combining the usual integrated accessories and comfortable ride with low maintenance designs.
The Chamonix S27 is the lightest bike in the Gazelle range of everyday bikes, tipping the scales at a sprightly 14.4kg - not bad for a bike comfortably under £1000 and fully equipped with guards, lights, lock and plenty of comfort! Designed as a sporty trekking or light touring bike, the Chamonix S27 allows you to tackle long day trips, light multi-day tours or daily commutes. The carbon fibre fork offers both comfort and light weight, the Shimano 27 speed transmission is silky smooth and the riding position is stress-free. The Chamonix S27 is perfect for you if you plan rides over reasonable distances and varied terrain and if you want to carry some load. However, it is also perfect for mid- to long-distance commuting or even as a town bike if you live in a hilly area. This is a benchmark bike if you need the practicality of a Gazelle, but need to regularly cycle up hills!
Frame type: Contemporary men'sView our Bike Brand Size Guide
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Sizes available: 53, 57, 61cm.
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All Gazelles have a frame lock fitted at the rear of the bike, which immobilises the rear wheel at the flick of a lever. This means that an opportunist thief will have to carry your pride and joy away. If you use it in conjunction with a good D-lock, you have great security.
The lock always comes with 2 keys - if you lose them or damage them, all is not lost. We have outlined all you need to know here.