Cruise the streets in style with the latest offering from KHS bikes in the form of the 2011 KHS Urban Soul, which boasts of great looking upgrades from the previous year’s model.
This city bike has several upgrades that have not yet been seen on other city bikes from KHS. It carries a double butted Cromoly frame and a strong fork with the help of a high tensile steel straight leg. It also uses a threadless 1-1/8 headset and Weinmann SP17 rims.
Surprisingly, the 2011 version of the Urban Soul doesn’t have any front and rear derailleur nor does it come equipped with shifters. But It does have a neat looking crankset in the form of a cotterless Alloy crankset paired up with a KMC Z30 chain and a sealed cartridge bottom bracket.
Alloy is one key element of this bike as it is an integral piece on some components of the bike, including the bike stem, brakes and even the hubs. The bike comes in two distinct colors—infinite black and burgundy. The frame sizes are available in varying sizes ranging from small to extra-large. It is also modestly priced at $480.