Urban Cyclist - - On Test -

While the Yeats looks like a path racer, it has con­ven­tional ge­om­e­try. That makes it eas­ier to get on with but less au­then­ti­cally vin­tage in feel. The rid­ing po­si­tion is well re­solved and the mod­ern steer­ing is com­ple­mented by sur­pris­ingly keen ac­cel­er­a­tion. The 30mm tyres strike a good bal­ance be­tween com­fort and speed. The Sturmey hubs and cranks are im­pres­sive items at the price.

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