Capri 3-Speed - Mixte Step Thru

Pelago SKU: CAP47-3R-TUR-N
Capri 3-Speed - Mixte Step Thru
Capri 3-Speed - Mixte Step Thru
Capri 3-Speed - Mixte Step Thru
Capri 3-Speed - Mixte Step Thru
Capri 3-Speed - Mixte Step Thru
Capri 3-Speed - Mixte Step Thru
Capri 3-Speed - Mixte Step Thru

Capri 3-Speed - Mixte Step Thru

Pelago SKU: CAP47-3R-TUR-N
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Winter doesn't mess around in Canada, and neither should bikes that brave the elements to bring you out and back again every day! The Pelago Capri 3-Speed is a Finnish step-thru city bike with classic beauty and four-season practicality that rides anywhere the streets take you all twelve months of the year.    

Every detail of Pelago Capri has been honed to geometrical beauty, which has played a part in its design earning a number of awards and being chosen to the permanent collection of the Finnish Design Museum. We’re pretty proud of that one. Clean lines and an inviting colour scheme go together with outstanding performance.

Smooth-rolling hubs and puncture protected tyres keep you coasting with the breeze long and freely. The internal 3-hub gear system ensures versatility for commutes or recreational riding in and out of the city. Steering is nimble and Capri is light to handle.

Like every Pelago, Capri is equipped with mounting posts for front and rear racks for whatever cargo you’d like to pick up, deliver or just transport from one place to another.

In addition to its enormous practicality, the Capri is stylish in a vintage classic way. A full-grain Brooks B17s leather saddle adds a touch of sophistication and tons of comfort once broken in and perfectly accents the heritage yellow frame colour. Swept-back handlebars provides a comfortable riding position while still allowing you to bear down when needed for climbs and breakaways. Add a front or rear rack (and basket of your choice!) to make the Capri a constant companion on your adventures in the city and out on the rail trails.  

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  • Pelago Capri 3-Speed Mixte Step-Thru - Made in Finland
  • Step-thru style frame with moderately upright riding position 
  • Chromoly Steel frame  - Strong, lightweight and comfortable
  • Shimano Nexus 3-Speed internal gears - Low maintenance and reliable for year-round use 
  • Grip shifter - Dependable and easy to use in the winter with mittens or gloves
  • Front and Rear Aluminum fenders - Sturdy, rust-free and reliable with no risk of cracking
  • Swept-back handlebar - Comfortable for long days in the saddle
  • Rim V-Brakes - Powerful & easy to adjust
  • Brooks Leather B17s Saddle - Super comfy for a lifetime when broken in, made in the UK
  • Double walled aluminum rims - Strong and lightweight
  • Puncture resistant Schwalbe Spicer tires - Care free city riding
  • Strong side mount kick stand
  • Optional: Pelago Chainguard keeps your chain clean and protected from the elements 
FRAME Pelago TIG-welded steel frame, 5-year limited warranty
FORK Pelago Capri 1 1/8″ lugged DB 4130 Cr-Mo, 5 year limited warranty
HEADSET 1" Threaded, Aluminum, Silver
STEM Pelago 40mm, 25.4mm, Silver
HANDLEBAR Pelago Commuter 30mm rise, 25,4mm, Aluminium, Silver
GRIPS Texturized rubber
27,2mm Aluminium, Silver

SEAT Brooks B17s, Leather, Honey
BRAKES Alloy rim V-brakes
BRAKE LEVERS Aluminum, 4-finger
SHIFTER Shimano Nexus Revo
FRONT HUB Aluminum, rubber sealed bearings, 36H, Silver
REAR HUB Shimano Nexus 3-Speed Internal
RIMS Pelago STD Double-walled Aluminum, 700C, 36H, Silver
TIRES Schwalbe Spicer 35-622, Black-Reflex
BOTTOM BRACKET Sealed Cartridge BB, 68mm BSA, 117mm
CRANKS Forged Alloy w/ Chainguard, 44T, 170mm, Stainless hardware, Silver
CHAIN KMC Z-610 RB, 3/32"
COGSET Shimano 20T, 3/32″
PEDALS Aluminum with rubber grip, Silver

45mm Aluminum

WEIGHT 15.2 kg / 33.5 lbs



SMALL (48CM) 5'1" 5', 5"
MEDIUM (52CM) 5' 5" 5' 9"
LARGE (57CM) 5' 9" 6' 1"

How is a city bike different from other types of bikes?

Behind each bike lies a designer, and within each designer lies assumptions. The assumption of most North American bike designers is that people ride bikes for recreation, which usually involves a bike path, a country road, and several hours of spare time. The bikes that result from this assumption are usually hunched-over, have exposed oily drivetrains that require tighter athletic clothes, feature anywhere from 21 to 33 speeds, and aren’t often made to be locked up to metal poles all day, especially in foul weather. A city bike is quite the opposite. Its position is gloriously upright, the chain is able to be totally covered, you can wear whatever you want, you have all the gears you’d ever need (3-speeds for flatter terrain, 7 or 8-speeds for hills), and tough frames and sealed mechanisms to battle all kinds of weather.

What’s the difference between a brand like Pelago and others you carry?

Here in Canada, winters can suck. But Finland is reported as being the happiest country worldwide - and their winters are much colder, darker, and longer than ours! Part of this can be attributed to the fact that they cycle year-round, with the city of Oulu being the informal winter cycling capital of the world. You can ride in all seasons with any bike (and many Canadian cyclists do) but the Fins are dedicated to riding good bikes that are made to handle winter weather - with powder-coated steel frames, internal gear hubs, upright riding positions and puncture-proof tires.

When comparing a Pelago to a Linus, the Pelago will be a lot longer-wearing - the paint won't "pock" over time and the frame is stronger. A fair comparison would be a Pelago against an Achielle, but the latter is much heavier and designed for slower rides than the more moderately-positioned Pelago. A Fahrradmanufaktur cuts its teeth on being an excellent trekking bike as well as a city bike, whereas the Pelago shines in urban environments with some longer rail-path rides thrown in.

Is a Step-thru for Women and a Roadster for Men?

Heck no! It’s the 21stcentury and anyone can ride either a Step-thru or a Roadster. The difference between the two is not gender, but position. A Step-thru has a remarkably high head-tube that raises the handlebar up very high so the back is straight and the hips pointed forward. A Roadster has a much shorter headtube that positions the rider over the handlebars for more control, and the hips over the cranksets for more power. If you imagine yourself toodling through the bike lane at a stylish and efficient pace, choose a Step-thru. If you imagine a bit more zip and power then choose a Roadster.

How strong are the wheels and will I get a lot of punctures?

Wheels are always the first part to break on most bikes and these wheels are strong! All the city bikes we sell feature strong double-walled rims that are internally box-sectioned to handle streetcar tracks and potholes. They all feature strong stainless-steel spokes that can never rust. Bikes like the Pelagos also feature Schwalbe Delta Plus tires that are Kevlar-belted to drastically reduce punctures in the city.

What is an internal gear hub?

In Europe a bike with an internal gear hub is what makes it a definitive city bike. Internal gear hubs are awesome. Because the chain isn’t derailed up and down a set of external cogs (using a derailleur), the chain will never fall off again, and best of all, the chain can be covered so you can wear whatever you want. The gears are sealed inside the rear hub and they hold a tune two times longer than a derailleur, minimizing tune-ups and allowing you to store the bike outside throughout the winter problem-free.

How do I ensure my new bike won’t get stolen? 

Research shows that very few bicycle thefts are related to a bicycles value and are best defined as low-risk/low-return. A good bicycle lock is expensive to break through and takes time, thus increasing the risk and lowering the return. Estimates are that over 90% of bicycle theft is tied to cash-for-drugs and that makes every bike a target. Make sure you buy a good Abus U-lock or a chain and you’ll be fine. You can read more about bike theft here.

What’s the warranty?

Five year warranty for manufacturer's defects on frame and fork, one year on parts. Does not include wear and tear.

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