Kindernay internally geared rear hub / 14 speeds

Developed in Norway – made in Europe

If you want one, start by clicking HERE to learn more.

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4 Responses to Kindernay internally geared rear hub / 14 speeds

  1. Bryan Fanson says:

    This looks the business but costs as much as my trike, ouch.

  2. Dan Brown says:

    How much does it weigh ?

  3. trike hobo says:

    For the specs Dan, visit the Kindernay website (link follows). They say it’s the lightest one out there. http://www.kindernay.com/

  4. trike hobo says:

    These internally geared hubs cost a pretty penny Bryan, that’s for sure, but man, do I ever love my Rohloff! The many advantages outweigh the initial cost investment in my humble opinion. This is especially true for riders who pedal the backcountry beyond pavement, where IGH solutions are critical in rugged terrain.

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