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The latest incarnation of this classic road bike melds Joe Breeze’s fanatical devotion to the finely tuned ride qualities of steel tubing with modern accoutrements
One inventive reader saw two bikes that no one wanted, and combined them into one fat bike to take his friends riding in the snow.
These bikes are perfectly suited to both casual road riding and commuting alike, nicely balancing a sporting attitude with functional features such as fender mounts and mounts for a rear rack.
So what are my initial impressions? The Roper checks off a lot of the boxes for what I look for in a commuter.
NuVinci was gracious enough to allow me to cruise around Las Vegas on one of the growing list of bikes that specs their N360 hub, the Dahon Mu XL folding bike.
For 2012 Electra has more models, in more colors, and more bells!
A cyclocross bike and a capable commuter, the Fantom Cross Uno is simple and straightforward, once some preferred changes were made.
The Bully is an inexpensive but useful little bike for navigating crowded streets and fitting into crowded elevators.
The Gridlock is a stylist fixed-gear bike, for sure, but still offers the utlity of gears with a three-speed, fixed gear hub.
We reviewed an iZip in Issue #13, but for 2012 the brand is completely revamping its lineup with new frames and new models.
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