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Brodie Dynamo


$750.00 Released January, 2011

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Classy paint job. Nicely shaped body. Durable, comfortable saddle - nice padding, road design doesn't get in the way, can take a beating.

The Cons:Paint scratches and rubs off easily (attached packs/sacks, leaning against hard objects and even the bikes own cables will remove it). Somewhat heavy at 27+ pounds. Aluminum construction doesn't take bumpy surfaces very well.

The Dynamo is a mid-range hybrid bicycle from Brodie said to be their most popular model. It features an aluminum frame, a fully serviceable Shimano drivetrain and disc brakes for powerful stopping in all conditions.

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Pros
  • 2

    classy paint job

  • 1

    nicely shaped body

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    durable, comfortable saddle - nice padding, road design doesn't get in the way, can take a beating

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    disc brakes - good for all condition braking

  • 1

    solid components selection

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    versatile gearing - 24 speed, 3 x 8 (28-38-48t x 11-30t)

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    aluminum body won't rust, can take a beating

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    large 700x32c tires - very efficient for asphalt, but can also handle themselves nicely on packed dirt, fine gravel and can make due in sandier/rockier spots

Cons
  • 2

    paint scratches and rubs off easily (attached packs/sacks, leaning against hard objects and even the bikes own cables will remove it)

  • 1

    somewhat heavy at 27+ pounds

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    aluminum construction doesn't take bumpy surfaces very well

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