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Kalkhoff Endeavour 1B Move

What it’s built for:
The Endeavour is Kalkhoff’s spiritual successor to their much loved Voyager line, a bike that we have sold and loved to ride for years.This bike puts its rider in a comfortable, active position allowing confident riding on everything from paved bike paths to winding dirt roads. Here Kalkhoff elects to utilize the award-winning Bosch Performance Line motor system, providing unparalleled climbing confidence and impressive range. Coming in both diamond and mid-step frame variants there is an Endeavour for riders of all sizes.


Why we love it: 
It’s always nice to see much-loved bike get a serious refresh, and Kalkhoff has ticked all the boxes once again with a high-value, pragmatic option for many different riders. It is the classic step-up for a rider looking for a bike that will go beyond the daily commute and do so in style. The Voyager is ready to take care of day-to-day transit just the same way that it will call you to head off into the hills every weekend.

Stop by for a ride on the Endeavour today!




//Black Frame

//Bosch performance drive system

//Hydraulic disc brakes

//Shimano Altus 8 speed

//AXA integrated light system. 

Though we’re a bike shop that sells, builds and fixes bicycles, they’re really just the means to an end; albeit a beautifully designed means to an idyllic end. Our job most importantly is to encourage as many people as we can to get out and ride for transport and enjoyment. We'd love to make riding a bike as commonplace as your morning cup of coffee, which by the way is our other obsession.

Bicycle Junction is situated at 1 Marion St, Te Aro, Wellington.