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The fit is good; handling is stable; and, as one would expect from a bike designed for long days in the saddle, the ride is quite comfortable.
A new website, Spinlister, lets you search and rent a bike for an hour, day, or longer by putting you in touch with someone with a bike to spare.
By making the forward-most top tube of the Kidz Tandem a place to attach various add-on parts, Brown Cycles has effectively given you a 4130 chromoly do-it-all machine.
This city bike comes equipped with all the features you need, including full coverage fenders, a generator powered headlight and battery powered tail light, as well as a nice burly rear rack to haul your goods.
The bike industry is still looking for the correct term for bikes like the Secteur. It isn’t a race bike, nor is it a touring bike.
Specialized never stops innovating, and with the rapid rise of electric-assist bikes and battery technology, they’ve unveiled a bike that only they could build.
Before becoming a mountain bike legend, Joe Breeze raced road bikes successfully and the Venturi is a nod to his past and 35 years of inspiration.
The Bossanova has a whole list of attractive features: full-coverage fenders, disc brakes, drop bars, triple crank, steel chassis, practical tires, and rack eyelets.
Linus Bikes of Venice, California, offers simple, reliable bikes designed for short-haul transportation.
Our third installment of photos by Justin Steiner at the 2012 North American Handmade Bicycle Show.
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