The 1996 Angletech Altitude SL is a 26 pound a recumbent bike with a steel and chromoly frame. The frame has a Buyer's Choice finish.
The Altitude SL is a is an average weight bike at around 25 pounds. It was released in 1996 and costs $2,500 brand new. The Altitude SL is fully rigid.
The Altitude SL comes with Shimano XTR components, including an aluminum stem, a Chris King headset and grip-shift SRT-800 X-Ray shifters.
The Altitude SL has 8 speeds and has a Shimano XTR derailleur.
It comes with IRC Roadlite EX tires (20in x 1in) and HED rims.