Co-op Cycles CTY 1.1 Step-Through Bike

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Made for urban cruising, the Co-op Cycles CTY 1.1 Step-Through bike features a low crossbar for easy mounts and dismounts, a flat handlebar for a heads-up ride and a versatile 3x8 drivetrain.

  • Features

    • 6061 aluminum frame and fork provide a smooth, stable ride
    • 24-speed drivetrain is smooth and precise to ensure clean shifting and efficient pedaling; trigger shifters are easy to use
    • Mechanical disc brakes offer excellent stopping power, even when it's wet
    • Puncture-resistant 700 x 40c tires have a wide, stable contact patch, versatile tread pattern and reflective sidewalls for enhanced visibility
    • Selle Royal saddle adds comfort; platform pedals let you use your street shoes
    • Full fender and rack mount compatible (fenders and racks sold separately)
    • Bicycle weight limit is 300 lbs. total, including rider + all gear carried on the bike and on the rider's body
    • Specs and images are subject to change


    Free Adjustment Period:
    New bikes go through a normal break-in period, after which they should be readjusted. All bicycles sold at REI include free adjustments for one year after purchase date—as many times as you need. Included: derailleur and brake adjustments, lateral wheel truing, hub and headset bearing adjustments, tire inflation and chain lubrication. Not included: replacement or installation of new components or accessories, any other services. Call your local REI Co-op Bike Shop for more information.
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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use

    Urban Cycling

    Bike Frame Material



    6061 aluminum



    Bike Suspension

    No Suspension


    6061 aluminum


    Shimano ty-301 48/38/28

    Bottom Bracket



    Shimano Altus 8 trigger shifters

    Front Derailleur

    Shimano Tourney

    Rear Derailleur

    Shimano Acera

    Rear Cogs

    Shimano HG31, 11-32, 8-speed

    Number of Gears

    24 gear(s)

    Brake Type

    Mechanical Disc Brake


    Tektro M300 mechanical disc

    Brake Levers




    Front Hub

    Joytech, 32h

    Rear Hub

    Joytech, 32h

    Wheel Size



    Kenda K-1024 with protective shield and reflective sidewall, 700 x 40

    Tire Width

    40 millimeters

    Handlebar Shape

    Riser Bar


    Co-op Cycles aluminum


    Co-op Cycles aluminum

    Seat Post

    Co-op Cycles aluminum


    Selle Royal Shadow +


    Wellgo aluminum platform


    FP threadless


    Shimano HG53


    26.8 pounds

    Bike Weight

    Bike weight is based on median size, as sold, or the average of two median sizes.



  • Size Chart

    XS S M
    Height Range 5'0"-5'3" 5'3"-5'6" 5'6"-5'9"
    Reach 378.6 389.2 404.4
    Stack 541.6 557.7 571.9
    Effective Top Tube 535.2 555.4 580.2
    Seat Tube Center-Top 325 375.0 425.0
    Standover Height 656 688.0 719.0
    Head Tube Angle (degrees) 71 71 71
    Seat Tube Angle (degrees) 74 73.5 73.0
    Chainstay 445.0 445.0 445.0
    Fork Offset 50 50 50

    Sizing Notes

    All measurements are stated in millimeters or degrees unless otherwise indicated.

    How we measure bikes

    1. Standover Height Standover Height is a measurement from the ground to the top of the top tube, measured at the midpoint of the top tube.
    2. Reach Reach is the horizontal distance from the center of the cranks to the center of the head tube, measured at head tube level.
    3. Stack Stack is the vertical distance from the center of the cranks to the center of the head tube, measured to the top of the head tube.
    4. Effective Top Tube Effective top tube is the distance from the center of the head tube to the center of the seat tube/seat post, measured parallel to the ground.
    5. Seat Tube Center to Top Seat Tube length is the measurement of the seat tube, from the center of the cranks to the top of the seat tube.
    6. Head Tube Length Head Tube Length is measured from the bottom to the top of the head tube.
    7. Head Tube Angle Head Tube Angle is the acute angle between the head tube and the ground (measured towards the rear of the bike)
    8. Seat Tube Angle Seat Tube Angle is the acute angle between the seat tube and the ground (measured towards the rear of the bike).
    9. Bottom Bracket Height Bottom Bracket Height is a measurement taken vertically from the ground up to the center of the cranks.
    10. Wheelbase Wheelbase is the measurement from the center of the front axle to the center of the rear axle.
    11. Chainstay Length Chainstay Length is the measurement from the center of the cranks to the center of the rear axle.
    12. Fork Offset Fork Offset, or rake, is the distance from the front axle to a line drawn parallel to the center of the head tube or steering axis.
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