Well aren't they all? Not to the leisure cyclist. This rider is looking for an upright riding position and better materials at the all important "contact points": saddle, seat post, grips and tires. Bicycle designers listened to the recreational cycling community and the result is a new frame geometry. The pedals are farther forward and the handlebars are closer the rider. This new riding position makes it almost impossible for the rider to place too much pressure on their wrists. Combined with a simple twist grip shifter, the comfort bike offers enough gears for recreational paths and a relaxed riding position for maximum enjoyment.