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They usually had 635 mm (28 x 1 1/2) wheels with Westwood rims, long cranks and long wheelbases, and very shallow frame angles (68 degrees or less.) Roadsters used "roller-lever" brakes operated by rods, instead of cables.
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The typical roadster would also be equipped with a "gear case", a chainguard that completely enclosed the chain.
Roadsters were built for durability above all else, and were intended to be able to cope with dirt roads, cobblestones and unpaved footpaths, with a bare minimum of maintenance. customs regulations placed a higher duty on bicycles weighing or "light roadster" bicycles were the basic transportation of the urban working class.