Redux 2
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Tackle any obstacle the city can throw at you on the Redux 2 — a sleek city bike with hydraulic disc brakes.
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Redux 2

Get down in the city with the Redux 2! Ready to commute, hit the pub, or ride home from a show, the Redux 2 is up for the challenges of street riding. There is no such thing as a predictable surface when it comes to riding in the city. You encounter countless obstacles from potholes and manhole covers to train tracks, curbs, grates and everything in between. The Redux 2 is the bike that can handle it all.

Nimble like a mountain bike but made for the street, this best-selling bike is the ultimate multiuse machine. Plus, it's fast and clean. Designed with a lightweight aluminum frame and fork, the Redux 2 is light enough to lift up steep stairs to an apartment but durable enough for hardcore city use. You get 9 speeds, a larger diameter handlebar, and hydraulic disc brakes for optimal stopping power.

This bike is smooth-shifting and low-maintenance with the ultimate braking power in wet and dirty conditions. Big all-terrain tires roll over almost anything in their path. Clean lines, sporty graphics, minimal logos and overall good looks also make the Redux 2 a top pick.

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The future of hybrid bikes, and a terrific value

Review by Oscar
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I knew what I wanted - a flat bar bike capable of running wide slick tires, with hydraulic disc brakes to stop quickly, and 1x gearing to keep shifting simple. Plus, a fairly aggressive head tube angle for a nimble ride. Redux checked all those boxes. It's a smooth, agile ride, and extremely versatile - you can do gravel rides, haul groceries, and speed over rutted streets. Similar bikes cost a lot more, and have more relaxed geometry. The Redux is a no brainier (guess that's why it's now sold out, at the time of this writing!)

I've gotten a lot of compliments on the bikes appearance, and aside from having a shop tune the derailleur and adjusting the disc brakes myself, I've had no mechanical issues. I like that all the parts on the bike are pretty decent, including the pedals - companies often put God awful pedals on.

Cons: the orginal handlebars are too wide for an urban ride, and don't flare back. The handlebar width is a less common 35mm. The grips aren't very ergonomic. Both of these are easy to change, so not a big deal.

All in all, the best choice for a quick practical urban whip.

(Posted on 8/4/2019)

Favorite bike of all time

Review by Boston biker
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I love my redux 2. The only bike I might like better is my first Ross yellow banana seat bike when I was a kid:)

(Posted on 7/17/2019)

Great Bike So Far

Review by ZachO
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These are my initial thoughts after putting a few miles on the bike.

I like it! Quite a bit. I used to mountain bike a bit, but really never had a town bike. I had a Montague folding bike for traveling for a few years. Going from that bike to night and day. This Redux 2 is lighter, more nimble and comfortable, way faster and more responsive. I really like it.

I wish I had known about the online assembly instructions before I put it together...but I do enough mechanical stuff that it went pretty smooth overall, and probably took me just under an hour. I'm still dialing a few things in but as far as the brakes and shifting, it was ready to ride right out of the box (after assembly).

So far so good!

This will be different for everyone because of body proportion differences, but I was really unsure whether to go with M or L. I think I would have been fine with a M, but L is perfect for me at 5'10". I actually bought the "2" because it was available in L, and I got it at a discount with a pro deal that make it slightly cheaper than the "1". I really wanted the flat black...but I actually really like this flat green and don't mind the upgraded components. I guess I could have gone with a "1" in M, and would have been fine. But I'm glad I went with the L and I really do like the green.

(Posted on 7/7/2019)
Frame AL-6061 Double Butted Custom Formed Tubing
Fork Alloy Blades, w/Post Mount Disc, Internal Cable Routing
Headset 1 1/8"Internal Cartridge Bearing
Cranks Alloy Forged 3PC 104BCD, 40t
Bottom Bracket Sealed Cartridge Bearing
Rear Derailleur Shimano Alivio M4000 Shadow
Shifter Shimano Acera M3000 9-Speed Trigger Shifter, Right Side Only
Cogset Shimano 9sp 11-34t Cassette
Chain KMC 9sp
Front Hub Alloy Quick Release Disc, 32 Hole
Rear Hub Alloy Quick Release Disc, 32 Hole
Spokes 14g Stainless Steel w/Brass Nipples
Rims Alloy DDM-5, 32h, 27.5", 28mm Wide Double Wall
Tires Vee Tire Co. Zilent 27.5x47c, Wire Bead, 30 TPI
Brakes Tektro HD-T285 Hydraulic Disc
Brake Levers Tektro HD-T285
Pedals Alloy Body, Cromo Spindle
Handlebar Double Butted Alloy 35mm, 28mm Rise, 680mm Wide
Grips MTB Lock-On with End Plugs
Stem 3D Forged Aluminum Alloy, 35mm Bra Clamp
Seat Redux Saddle
Seatpost Alloy Micro Adjust, 27.2 x 350/400mm
Extras Reflective Decals, Rack and Fender Mounts
Bike size SM/15 5'4" - 5'7" MD/17 5'7"- 5'10" LG/19 5'10" - 6'1" XL/21 6'1" - 6'4"
Seat Tube Length 380.0mm 430.0mm 480.0mm 530.0mm
Stand Over Height 692.0mm 743.0mm 783.0mm 840.0mm
Top Tube Length 565.0mm 595.0mm 610.0mm 625.0mm
Stack 562.0mm 581.0mm 605.0mm 629.0mm
Reach 393.0mm 417.0mm 425.0mm 433.0mm
Head Tube Length 120.0mm 145.0mm 170.0mm 195.0mm
Head Angle 72.5° 72.5° 72.5° 72.5°
Seat Angle 73.0° 73.0° 73.0° 73.0°
Wheel Base 1018.0mm 1050.0mm 1066.0mm 1081.0mm
Chain Stay Length 425.0mm 425.0mm 425.0mm 425.0mm
Fork Offset 48.0mm 48.0mm 48.0mm 48.0mm
BB Height 70.0mm 65.0mm 65.0mm 65.0mm
Stem Length 70.0mm 70.0mm 80.0mm 80.0mm
Handlebar Width 680.0mm 680.0mm 700.0mm 700.0mm
Crank Length 170.0mm 175.0mm 175.0mm 175.0mm
Seat Post Length