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The ergonomics is the perfect combination of comfort and aggressiveness for a Hybrid Bicycle.
Lightweight Alloy Rigid Fork.
The Single-Speed drivetrain was easy to ride and is easy to maintain as well.
Power V-Brakes were safe and balanced to use on both dry and wet roads.
The 700x35C stock tires were fast rolling and had good grip on urban roads.
This a Hybrid Bicycle built on a strong yet lightweight Alloy frame which is comfortable to ride. The Single-Speed drivetrain was easy and smooth to pedal. The Power V-brakes were powerful and balanced on both dry and wet roads. Priced at Rs.13,800(as on 7th September 2021) the Firefox Prisa is an ideal choice for anyone looking to buy a Bicycle for fast commutes and general fitness.
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The Firefox Prisa is a Hybrid Bicycle which has an Alloy Frame.
The Firefox Prisa is a Single-Speed Bicycle.
This Hybrid Bicycle from Firefox comes with Steel V-Brakes.
The Firefox Prisa has an Alloy Rigid Fork.
The Firefox Prisa comes with a pair of Wanda 700x38c tires which are attached to Double Wall Alloy Rims.
The price of the Firefox Prisa is Rs.13,900.
The Firefox Prisa is a Hybrid Bicycle which is ideal for short and fast commutes around town.
Firefox is an Indian Bicycle Company who took the market by storm in 2005 with their range of imported bicycles. Firefox’s philosophy is to constantly improve the Indian cycling experience. Firefox have a complete range of bicycles for Kids and Adults.
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