An on going series with help from our friends at Renaissance Bicycles. These guys specialize in combining current technology with the look and feel of classic bikes. Today’s gallery is of a Velo Orange Polyvalent City Bike. This unique city bike has a wheel size of 650b and a 1×9 setup. Simple, easy and of [...]
Originally posted over at Cyclelicio.us, this is reposted with his head nod and smile. This is a great looking bike and a perfect commuter. Review of the 2010 Kona Band Wagon Fixed Gear Kona jumped on the urban fixed gear bandwagon back in 2007 with the Paddy Wagon, an unpretentious and servicable steel framed fixed [...]
Recently on Kona Bikes Facebook, and their Newsletter, Kona has released snippets into their newest lineup – Electric Bikes. Following close behind Trek’s Ride+ Bikes, Kona is quick on their heels with a new spin on their well received cargo bike, the Ute. Three Models There are three models in this new Electric line : [...]
A little preview of the Raleigh Clubman that we recently took in for review. In this 6 minute clip we go through the basics of unboxing a bicycle.
The bicycle shop I manage, Cool Breeze Cyclery, and sister store, Trek Bikes of Charlotte, have brought in a fleet of the new electric assist bikes, Trek Ride+. One of these, the FX+ is a demo bike that our co-owner with an engineering background took for this past weekend. Below is his original experience. We [...]
While at NAHBS one of the busier booths all three days was that of Brompton. Brompton is a folding bicycle company out of West London, England. They are actually built in England and take great pride of their English background. Their bikes span a wide spectrum and meet many peoples needs for the folding bike [...]