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City streets or untamed terrain, these hybrids can take on them all, no problem!

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    Milano Mettalic Grey

    10,680.00

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    EMI starts at 958.0
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    Milano Orange

    10,680.00

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    EMI starts at 958.0
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    Milano Blue

    10,680.00

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    EMI starts at 958.0
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    Urban Trail Black

    9,410.00

    Price is inclusive of taxes
    EMI starts at 844.0
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    Urban Trail Blue

    9,410.00

    Price is inclusive of taxes
    EMI starts at 844.0
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    Urban Trail Red

    9,410.00

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    FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

    What Is A Hybrid Cycle?

    A hybrid bike is a type of cycle that combines the features of a mountain bike and a road cycle. They typically have wider tires than mountain bikes, but thinner tires than road cycles. This makes them well-suited for riding on a variety of surfaces.

    What Is A Hybrid Cycle Good For?

    A hybrid cycle is good for a variety of activities. They can be used for commuting, leisure rides, and even some light off-roading. Plus, they're versatile enough to be used for a range of different distances.

    Is A City Bike Good?

    A city bike is ideal for commuting and urban riding. It’s typically designed to be lightweight and easy to manoeuvre. This makes them perfect for navigating busy city streets.

    What Is The Difference Between A Hybrid Cycle And A City Cycle?

    A hybrid bike is a mix of a mountain bike and a road bike, while a city bike is meant for urban trips. A city cycle is a bicycle built for comfort (more upright), while a hybrid is built for riding over a range of terrain (forward-leaning). Thanks to the rough condition of roads in India, a hybrid (when coupled with the right gear) is perfect for daily commute.

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