Origin-8's Cutler is your ticket to around-town fun. This simple urban bicycle is ready for the streets with a smooth-riding steel frame and fork and tough, fast-rolling wheels. The Origin-8 saddle is super comfy and riser bars let you sit up and enjoy the scenery while durable CST tires shrug off road debris. And, the rear coaster brake keeps this rig cable free and looking super clean.
D Street Projekt, there's not much to say about it because there isn't a lot to it and that's the point, no gears, no flash, and no worries. Projekt comes with a D street frame complete with track dropouts. If you want to outfit it with fenders and racks for commuting, its got the mounts. Strong double wall rims and sturdy 32 hole alloy wheelset team up with a flip-flop hub that lets you switch it up from fixed to single speed and back again. The Project has one vision, a small carbon footprint and a very big life. - Custom D-Street hi-ten single speed frameset - New oversize alloy riser bars, 660mm wide - Alloy 3-piece crankset with sealed BB - Simple one-speed freewheel drivetrain - Tektro R317 rear brake - Kenda 700 x 28c tires - Sturdy 32-hole alloy wheelset with double wall rims
The Jamis Beatnik is a stripped-down, go fast rig for the urban jungle. It's built on a steel frame to handle anything the city has to throw at you and has brakes and flip-flop hub just in case. Everything you need to survive on pedals on the street. Nothing more. Nothing less.
You'll have a blast cruising paved roads, bike paths, or maybe even a little dirt on Sun's RevMX. It's Klunker style frame with coil-sprung saddle and extra-wide handlebar will get you where you need to go in comfort and classic style. Single-speed simplicity and a hands-free coaster brake make this bad boy ridiculously easy to maintain, and knobby 27.5 x 2.4-inch tires provide stability and traction on varied terrain. When you arrive at your destination, the included sturdy steel kickstand will come in handy.
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