Cignal Melbourne Express 2000 Technical specs and features

Brand Cignal
Model Melbourne Express
First production 2000
Bike category Tandem
Bike sub-category Tandem Mountain
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Parts And Accessories Cignal Melbourne Express Parts   
Available Sizes - Captain 20/stoker 19 (inches)

Wheels And Breaking System

Bike front tire26 X 2.00 (inches) Duro
Bike rear tireNot Available
Bike wheel size26 (inches) Wheels
Brakeset type Tektro Levers
Tektro Linear-pull Brakes
Hubs for disc brakes Q and R
Rear: Aluminum
Front: Aluminum
Rims manufacturer 48-hole
Spoke nipples typeBrass Nipples
Spoke wheel 1.8 (millimeters) Straight Gauge
Stainless Steel

Frame and Body Specifications

Frame materialsHi-tensile Steel
Frame typeWelded
Handlebar construction Rise
Handlebar extenderNot Available
Handlebar stem detailsSteel
Headset size1 1/8 (inches) YST Steel

Gearing Specs

Bicycle chain 1/2 X 3/32 (inches)
Bottom bracket shell width68 (millimeters) English
Bottom bracket typeYST
Crankset parts and sizes 28/38/48 Teeth
Gear shift leversSRAM MRX
Rear gear set 14 - 34 Teeth
7-speed Freewheel

Cignal Melbourne Express Fork System Data

Derailleur (Front) Bottom-pull and clamp-on 28.6 (millimeters)
Shimano Tourney TY-32
Derailleur (Rear)Shimano Tourney TY-40
Fork material Oversize
Unicrown Crown
Hi-tensile Steel
Fork typeUnivega

Other Specs of Cignal Melbourne Express

Component group setsTandem Mix
Available colors - Gloss Black
- Starbeam Blue
Weight Not Available
Pedals details Resin
Rear shock absorberNot Available
Saddle seatVelo
Seat post extension 25.4 (millimeters) Diameter
Post Moderne Suspension

Cignal Melbourne Express bike review

Cignal produced the Melbourne Express bike in 2000 and can be classified as a Tandem bicycle, this exact model costs in american market arround $600.00.
Cignal Tandem Melbourne Express can be found in a few colors, among these colors Gloss Black and Starbeam Blue .
This bike is equiped with 26 x 2.00" Duro tires and Stainless steel spoke wheel while the rims are manufactured by Alloy, 48-hole. Cignal equiped this exact model with Tektro linear-pull brakes, Tektro levers braking system and Front: aluminum, Q/R, Rear: aluminum, nutted hubs.
To guarantee the comfiest ride Cignal used Hi-tensile steel material for the frame. Steel, rise high strength material is used on the handlebar of this Melbourne Express to ensure the perfect handling while the stems are made of Steel.
For the smoothest biking experience Tracer, 28/38/48 teeth is used on this bicycle linked to KMC IG-51 chain that is easily replaceable as stated by Cignal, the whole system is connected to a high reliability SRAM MRX gear shift levers.