Hey guys, Dustin here, CEO of sixthreezero. And today I'm introducing you to our newest product in the sixthreezero lineup, the EVRYjourney Internal 7-speed. That's right. The 7-speeds are inside the rear hub, Shimano Nexus 7-speed. Stick around as we get into the product.
All right. So today I'm going to introduce you to sixthreezero's newest product, the Internal 7-speed with the Shimano Nexus hub. But before we do, hit that subscribe button on our channel. Stay in touch with us here at sixthreezero. All the content we're putting out, be the first to know and also be the first to know about our weekly monthly contest that we do, giving away bikes, e-bikes, accessories. Hit subscribe, it's a lot of fun. And download the sixthreezero pedaling apps to be a part of the community. All right, so let's jump in. A lot of you may already know about our sixthreezero EVRYjourney. It is our best-selling product with the forward pedaling design, easy on-off, also at the forward pedaling design you can be low to the ground and still get ample leg extension. So this is the same bike, but now with 7-speeds internal, it's super easy to pedal, super easy to shift, super easy to ride, and low maintenance, protected from the elements.
So I'm going to give you a little tour around the bike. Let's go. Okay. So the best part about the EVRYjourney bike is the forward pedaling design. What that means is the pedals are shifted about six inches forward from where they normally are. Normally pedals are straight below the seat. You can see our pedals are actually about eight inches forward. What this does is gives the rider ample leg extension while being lowered to the ground. So instead of having to raise the seat, move the pedals forward, you get ample leg extension. That's going to keep the rider lower to the ground means easier on-off, safer stopping, and just generally easier to ride. So that's our traditional EVRYjourney. We've had it before in single-speed, 3-speed, external 7-speed derailleur, and a 21-speed. And now we have the Internal 7-speed derailleur.
So front and rear handbrakes same features like the other EVRYjourney. We've got 1.9 five-inch tires, which are great because they're a little bit thick. So they're going to absorb the shocks and the bumps when you're riding. But they're also going to give you good rolling on pavement because of the slick tread. In addition, the wider tires are going to make balancing a little bit easier. So that's really, really nice, both a comfort benefit and a safety benefit. In addition to that, these come with a quick-release front wheel. If you're not familiar with the quick release front wheel, it's just what it sounds like. It's got a quick release mechanism here. You just loosen that, unlock the brakes, and you can pull the tire on and off easily. It makes transporting the bike that much easier. You can throw it in the back of your car, take it in and out. And if you have a car rack that requires the wheel to come off that makes it super simple.
In addition, super light frame, easy to lift. I can literally take two pinkies and lift the bike just like that. And if I just pull it like this, I can easily get that on and off a rack makes it easy to load. Also makes pedaling super efficient, super smooth. I've used the word super a lot, but it truly is, really easy and smooth to ride. Now the Internal 7-speed, what's the benefit? Really no maintenance, no tuning required over the long-term, and easy shifting, as simple as that. And unlike external derailleurs with the internal, you can shift while you're actually sitting here. Yeah, you can see the hub back there, very easily. And so it gives you a good range of gears. One to 7-speed, just like the external derailleur.
We've got one speed for going up hills, 7-speed when you want to hit those top speeds when you're out cranking and you got your momentum going. So this bike is really great, moderate commutes, moderate exercise, around-town riding, and just general all-purpose family riding or whatever else you want to do. Keep in mind too, you're going to be positioned in an ergonomic riding position. Let me show you. So once I'm on here, straight back, upright, the handlebar swoop into your body which allows you to not have to reach, but they come to you. Shoulders can be back. Back-up. Right? Perfect alignment on your spine. So it's great from an ergonomic standpoint. Forward pedaling also take some tension off your knees. Good for arthritis, things of that nature. If you don't want a lot of downward momentum on your knees, but you still want to get active and keep your body moving.
We've had a lot of people write reviews and respond that the EVRYjourney in particular great for post-surgery, great for arthritis, great for injury. If you want something relaxed, less pressure on the joints, easy to pedal, easy to ride. So I'm going to saddle up, put my helmet on and take you guys on a little ride. Show you how it works.
Okay. Before we push off for the ride, I just want to point out we do have what we call men's and women's, but obviously, anything's gender-neutral if you feel more comfortable on this frame or this frame. This is just a standard frame, high-top tube. This is more of a step-through. So we got the step-through frame for easier mounting and dismounting. This comes in the navy, the teal, and the cream. And we have the higher tube version here that we call men's on our website and then the matte black. So just wanted to point that out. Same sort of geometric philosophy with the forward pedaling, just different steps through heights. All right, let's do the ride.
Now the beauty of the light aluminum frame, it's really easy to pedal. Rides super smooth. I want to show you guys how easy it is to shift. I'm in second gear right now. I'm going to turn this corner. Pick up a little speed. Now I'm in fourth. The beauty of the Internal is you don't even hear the shifting. So there's no chain moving. It's all happening inside the hub. Very smooth. You'd never even know there. I just shifted again, shifted again. You can hear a slight noise, but nothing compared to an external derailleur.
Now I want to show you when you come to a stop with a forward pedaling, you can just stop quite easily. I can mount. And then I like to throw my leg back like this and put the kickstand down. So the EVRYjourney Internal seven, our newest product, it's an awesome, awesome setup. The Shimano Nexus is super smooth shifting, easy to ride. And again, you're going to love the ergonomic forward pedaling design specifically great for riders that want comfort. But they also want to push themselves as a little bit while riding. I like to call this a hybrid cruiser because it's a hybrid in the sense that you can do a lot of riding with it, but it's got the comfort of a cruiser. So it's a great bike.
Check it out on our website. And if you have any other questions, please comment below. We're happy to answer. Or you can reach out to us by email, TheTeam@sixthreezero.com. Or call us at 310-982-2877. And don't forget, go to our website and take the body fit quiz. Our proprietary algorithm is going to ask you some questions about your life and your body, and it's going to recommend the perfect bike for you. And the bonus if you're not happy, we have a 365-day return policy. If you don't love your bike within 365 days, send it back. No questions asked no money out of your pocket.
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