The Angletech Altitude is a 30,31,26,29 pound a full-suspension recumbent bike with an aluminum, chromoly and steel Boulder / Risse / Easton frame. The frame comes in colors like custom, Buyer's Choice and Buyer's Choice.
Originally released in 1996, there are 3 versions of this bike.
The Altitude comes with Mix and Shimano components, including an aluminum, adjustable Rans stem, a wood, threadless, Phil, Dia-Compe Kontak Aheadset DL-2 Chris King headset and grip-shift, ESP, SRT-600 SRT-800 X-Ray shifters.
The Altitude has 3,7,8 speeds and has internal X rear cogs and an ESP Shimano derailleur.
It comes with Tioga ST Comp, Haro Holeshot, IRC Roadlite EX Schwalbe tires (20in x NaN) and Bontrager Mack, Araya RB-17 HED rims.