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Cannondale Mavaro NEO City
$2,750.00
With its comfortably sportive position, flex-free step-thru frame, and adventure-ready 27.5 x 2.0" wheels, the Mavaro NEO is built to enjoy the open road. The Mavaro geometry, derived from Guru fit system data, puts the rider in the ideal position for comfort and control. Logical stack and reach jumps ensure that riders of every size enjoy the same great ride-feel. With their oversized, SmartForm C2 Alloy construction, the Mavaro NEO frames are some of the stiffest on the market, for safe, precise handling and stability at speed. It's especially noticeable in City step-thru frames. When it comes to urban suspension forks, the new HeadShok stands alone in design and function. With a new thru-axle design, it offers a level of smoothness, weight, and steering precision that other forks just can't match. 27.5x2.0" wheels offer great comfort and grip, allowing you to carry smooth speed on the pavement, and venture confidently onto rougher or unpaved surfaces. The Mavaro NEO City features the Bosch Active Plus system for silent, smooth assist.
Bianchi Cortina
$430.00 - $437.99
Bianchi's Cortina is perfect for getting around town and campus, running errands, commuting in style, and enjoying your time outdoors. It features a lightweight, double-butted, hydroformed aluminum frame, sturdy aluminum fork, and double-wall rims for durability. A wide, thick, spring-suspended saddle, ergonomic handgrips, and slip-resistant platform pedals maximize ride comfort. Simple Revo-Twist shifters matched to Shimano's reliable Altus drivetrain provide 24-speeds for carefree cruising.
KHS Eastwood
$389.00
Cruise in comfort on the KHS Eastwood. Pairing clean aesthetics with a smooth-riding steel frame and fork, the Eastwood is just plain fun to ride. Its casual geometry and riser bars are perfect for those seeking an upright riding position. A plush saddle and wide platform pedals further enhance the bike's comfortable ride. A simple Shimano 7-speed drivetrain with a Mega Range freewheel provides plenty of gears for hilly areas and is easy to shift thanks to the twist-style shifter. The Kenda Khan tires come in a bump-smoothing 700 x 38c width, and offer built-in anti-puncture design so you're less likely to deal with flats. For rides to the park, through the neighborhood, or around the campground, the Eastwood offers plenty of outdoor enjoyment.
KHS Brentwood
$379.00
Cruise in comfort on the KHS Brentwood. Pairing clean aesthetics with a smooth-riding steel frame and fork, the Brentwood is just plain fun to ride. Its casual geometry and riser bars are perfect for those seeking an upright riding position. A plush saddle, shock-absorbing seatpost, bump-reducing suspension fork, and wide platform pedals further enhance the bike's comfortable ride. A Shimano 21-speed drivetrain with a Mega Range freewheel provides plenty of gears for hilly areas. The Kenda Khan tires come in a bump-smoothing 700 x 38c width, and offer built-in anti-puncture design so you're less likely to deal with flats. For rides to the park, through the neighborhood, or around the campground, the Brentwood offers plenty of outdoor enjoyment.
Gazelle Bikes Tour Populair Low-Step
$1,299.00
The model that marked the start of Gazelle’s history has already proven to be timeless. Get one ride in on the Tour Populair Low-Step and you’ll know why. The Low-Step steel frame makes for an easy on and off, along with an extremely relaxed and upright position. The internally geared Shimano Nexus rear hub provides 8-speeds to get you up and over that nasty hill in your commute, and the roller brakes make sure you can stop with authority on the way back down. A stylish and unbelievably plush Brooks saddle completes the build on this retro beauty.
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