Its 20-inch wheels and compact mini-velo dimensions make short work of even the tightest urban confines, while a range of drivetrain options, including a minimal maintenance Gates carbon belt drive sees to it that it’ll be a long time in between servicing. Add to that how the Quinn has an integrated central cargo cage built into the top tube and it’s easy to see why this is a fantastic bike. So fantastic that it has garnered three international design awards: Red Dot Award: Design Concept 2015, iF Design Award 2016, and Taipei Cycle D&I Awards 2016!
- Seat Tube: 406
- Seat Tube Angle: 72°
- Effective Top Tube: 567
- Reach: 407
- Top Tube: 545
- Stack: 491
- Stand Over: 695
- Rear Center: 395
- Head Tube: 220
- Head Tube Angle: 71°
- BB Drop: +30
- Wheelbase: 1028
- Fork Length: 327
- Fork Offset: 45
- Which size is right for me?
The Quinn has an adjustable seatpost. It’s able to accommodate a rider up from 1.60m to 1.88m tall.
- What is the weight of the Quinn?
It’s 13.3kg (Shimano Nexus 3 internal gear hub and Gates Carbon Drive).
- What is the standover height?
It’s approximately at 74cm.
- What are the dimensions of the central cargo cage?
It measures approximately 480mm x 85mm x 240mm. It can accommodate most messenger bags, laptops bags, and other similarly-sized bags and carriers.
- How is the weight obtained?
The weight is measured without the box, pedals and accessories.
- Are pedals included?
All Coast Cycles bicycles come with pedals.
- Is it possible to change the parts that are fitted?
Normally, we do not entertain such requests. However, do drop us an email if you have such a request.
- How do I maintain the Quinn?
For normal cleaning, use cold or lukewarm water and a mild cleaning product. A squirt of dishwashing liquid gets the job done too. Solvents of any kind, as well as steam cleaning, must be avoided.
- What is the weight limit of the front rack?
The front rack is able to carry a maximum load of 15kg.