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Harris Color(Black&Blue)

The all new Harris 20T is one of the best rides available in the market. Smart and comfortable, this beauty is equipped with all the modern technologies like black powder coated plastic guard, half alloy brake levers, boot type side stand and many more. It has got all the modern features and smart look that makes this ride a huge hit among kids.


Frame: MIG Welded Steel Frame with Heat Resistant Graphics
Fork: Steel Suspension Fork
Gearing: 21-Speed
Crank Set: Black Powder Coated with Plastic Guard
Shifters: No
Front Derailleur: No
Rear Derailleur: No
Brakes: V- Brakes
Brake Levers: Half Alloy
Hub: Steel
Wheelset-Rim: Steel
Tyres: Steel
Chain: 20"x2.35"
Freewheel/Cassette: Single Speed
Bottom Bracket: Cartridge Type Cotter-less
Handlebars: Adjustable Steel MTB Handlebar
Grips: Soft Grip
Saddle: Printed PU Padded Saddle with Quick Release
Seat post: Steel
Stem: Steel With Allen Head Expander Bolt
Pedals: Alloy Reflectorized
Extras: Boot Type Side Stand

  • Extend your Life Cycle

    45-minute rides a week even after discounting other influences, such as body mass index (BMI) and smoking keeps you at significantly lower risk of cardiovascular disease, type two diabetes, all types of cancer, high blood pressure and obesity and the body becomes much more efficient at defending itself and regenerating new cells, increasing your longevity.


  • Pedalling let's it beat better

    Cycling just 20 miles a week reduces your risk of heart disease to less than half that of those who don't.

  • Let your grey matter sparkle

    Regular cycling helps build new brain cells in the hippocampus – the region responsible for memory, which deteriorates from the age of 30. It boosts blood flow and oxygen to the brain, which fires and regenerates receptors.

  • Riding’s the way to keep the doctor at bay

    Regular cycling makes immune cells more active, so they’re ready to fight off infection. Therefore, people who cycle for 30 minutes, five days a week take about half as many sick days as couch potatoes.

  • Let your grey matter sparkle

    Regular cycling helps build new brain cells in the hippocampus – the region responsible for memory, which deteriorates from the age of 30. It boosts blood flow and oxygen to the brain, which fires and regenerates receptors.

  • Listen to your body language

    Cycling tones your waistline and builds muscles, especially– your calves, your thighs, and your rear end.


  • It is recommended that your road bike has a regular maintenance check every six months carried out a competent cycle mechanic or a bike shop to ensure that it is operating in perfect running order. Also, make sure the bike accessories are working efficiently.

  • Frequent inspections should be carried out to ensure that all nuts, bolts and hardware are secure and that no parts are worn or damaged

  • Ensure that the brakes operate smoothly without looking or grabbing when applied.

  • Make periodic checks for wear and tear.

  • Worn brake blocks and damaged brake cables MUST be replaced immediately.

  • For the best results use genuine replacement parts.


    RIDE IS FUN WHEN IT’S SAFE.
  • Ensure the rider is appropriately dressed.

  • We strongly recommend that you should wear an approved bicycle helmet at all times when riding the bicycle.

  • It is advisable that shoes or trainers are worn and clothes which may get tangled in the wheel or chain should be avoided.