By TARA JONESTREE, Associated PressBicycles made by a Japanese company have a long history of providing high-quality bicycle components.
But for years, there has been an absence of bicycles with the components that can withstand the rigors of everyday use, particularly for riders with mobility problems.
But Japanese bike maker Kawasaki is working to change that.
Kawasaki unveiled a new bike-specific bicycle last week that includes all of the components of the bicycle’s original design.
That includes the chain, fork, brakes and suspension components, as well as all the necessary parts for repairs.
The bike can also be customized to fit riders of any size.
The bike comes in three sizes.
It starts at $4,495, including shipping, and comes with a seat, pedals and handlebars.
Its seat is adjustable and has a full-width handlebar.
The handlebar has an adjustable handle for comfort, and the handlebar also comes with its own cable lock.
The chain is a 2-speed system with an electronic shifting system.
Kawi has been using the technology for several years to make its own bikes.
The company is also experimenting with a 3-speed chain with the goal of making bikes with better stability.
The rear wheel is made of a carbon fiber alloy, and it has a 29-tooth cog.
Kawhi says the wheel has been made of 100% high-carbon fiber.
It also has a custom steel fork with steel brake pads and steel brake rotors.
The fork has a 45-degree stem that makes it comfortable to ride.
The rear wheel also has an air reservoir that helps to cool the bike and keep the tires in contact with the road.
The stem is designed to provide a better position on the bicycle when riding downhill.
Kawii says that a new, adjustable stem with a larger air reservoir will improve the bike’s handling.
The wheel has a 3.7-inch wide-grip, 27mm-wide-gripped rim with a 60/40 mix of carbon fiber and aluminum.
The rim has a 12-to-1 cross-section and a 41-topping diameter.
The wheel has six-spoke tires that can go from 0-50 mph in just 3.3 seconds, and Kawasaki says the tires provide traction at high speeds.
The brakes are Kawasaki’s proprietary “Kawasaki-branded” system that can be adjusted for weight and ride comfort.
It has a hydraulic system with two discs, four-piston calipers and a dual-pivot brake.
The system also includes a new hydraulic disc brake.
The suspension features a fork that is adjustable from 35 to 45 degrees, a rear shock and a shock mount that can adjust from 3.5 to 8.5 inches.
The suspension is adjustable for front-to/rear weight, and can also accommodate an optional fork with adjustable shock.
The Kawasaki-Kawasee X-mount brakes have an innovative system that allows them to be used with forks that have a single-pane caliper.
Kawishi says the system works to make the brakes last longer and prevent wear from wearing the disc brakes down.