|Tous, Rennrad / Randonneur /Gravelbike, Pattes de cadre coulissantes, Frein à disque|
|Dernière mise à jour||20.03.2013|
A randonneur is a bike built for touring. Most touring bikes here in the U.S. have mountain bike geometries fitted with racks and panniers. The term randonneur is used to distinguish those bikes from road bikes meant to be used in tours called brevets (or randonees); long group rides, typically 100 -200 miles (160 - 320 km) where the riders are expected to be self-sufficient. Because they are road bikes and often have fenders and lights and can be loaded with light panniers, randonneurs make excellent commuter bikes. This randonneur is built with disc brakes, a Rohloff Speedhub, Tubus racks, Schmidt SON dynamo front hub, Supernova E3 head and tail lights, and internally routed electrical cables.