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We’re proud of the amazing reaction our designer Dreamer Step-thru gets in the streets thanks to its flawless beautiful look, unusual signature colors, ergonomic frame geometry, color-coordinated details and luxury balloon tires. Getting on and off is a breeze with a classic unisex Dutch style step thru frame design. Power. A 7-speed transmission lets you quickly accelerate from start, go fast and climb hills easier. Fully-equipped. This comcruiser comes fully equipped standard. To keep your clothes clean, there are fenders, custom chain guard and a custom spoke-guard. For your utility, there is a rear rack with spring clip for carrying things/pannier bags around. Safety. For your safety, we included front and rear battery-powered lights to increase visibility at night, and a beautiful golden bell for whizzing through crowded cities. Comfort. A high-tensile steel frame absorbs the road better and along with the raised handlebar allows for upright seating to save your back. A custom vintage spring-loaded saddle will keep your buttocks comfy and Schwalbe Fat Frank Balloon tires will allow for a comfortable ride even on unpaved/potholed roads. At 34 pounds, it’s also lighter than most fully-equipped Dutch Bikes. There is also a kickstand for easy parking. Quality. The quality of our bikes can be seen in many elements including polished frame welding, 3-layer paint, Shimano transmission, and Schwalbe Fat Frank Balloon tires made with puncture proof Kevlar guard and reflective strips, the highest quality balloon tires available.

A great cruiser for taller men or those who would like more leg and arm extension, the 26-inch, single-speed Chief Man cruiser bike from Firm strong features an elongated frame with a forward pedaling design. The forward pedaling allows riders to keep seat closer to ground while still getting proper leg extension for a more comfortable ride. A great fit for most men from 5 feet, 4 inches to 6 feet, 4 inches tall, it’s ideal for recreational bike riding as well as exercise and commuting. The 21.5-inch extended length steel frame with a circular, high arching top tube is constructed of durable steel, while the 26-inch aluminum wheels with 3-inch wide tires roll smooth and easy as well as cushion the bumps as you ride over them freely. The wide, oversized seat completes your comfort with dual springs that help make the ride soft and cushy. Both the seat and the handlebars can be adjusted for height and tilt to ensure maximum comfort. Whenever you need to stop you simply pedal backwards, easing on the coaster brake. Other features include wide cruiser bike handlebars with synthetic leather grips, waffle tread tires, a guard to protect pant cuffs from getting caught in the chain, and a 350-pound maximum weight capacity. The bike is shipped 80-percent assembled. Firm strong has been designing high quality, affordable bikes for over 10 years with a focus on blending style and functionality to create a fun, adventurous experience for riders – not just a mode of transportation.

Behold Nashbar’s latest road thoroughbred: the CR5. It’s ready for high performance riding – be it racing, fondos, or just spirited group rides – right out of the box with its stellar combination of full carbon fiber frame and fork, Shimano Ultegra 11-speed components, Shimano RS11 wheels, plus FSA bars, stem, brakes, and bottom bracket. The CR5 features a new and improved UD carbon fiber frame plus a full UD carbon fiber fork with tapered steerer tube. The frame’s sculpted tubing profiles coupled with a massive BB30 bottom bracket shell provide the perfect balance between incredible stiffness, light weight, as well as a smooth, responsive ride. All of the cables are internally routed for a super-clean aesthetic while the frame is also set up for Di2 electronic shifting if you ever want to make the leap from mechanical systems. And the sleek satin finish on both the frame and fork makes for quite the sharp visual statement. Component-wise, you’d be hard-pressed to find a finer choice gram for gram, dollar for dollar than Shimano’s superb Ultegra 6800 11-speed system. The CR5 features plenty of it: shift/brake levers, crankset, front derailleur, rear derailleur, and cassette. The shifting is just perfect while the compact 50/34T crankset ensures you can both tame any climb as well as contest rip roaring county line sprints. It’s definitely impressive just how well these components works as so much functionality, precision, and reliability has trickled down from big brother Dura-Ace that Ultegra is a tour de force in its own right. Shimano also cranks out remarkable wheels and the RS11s are a paragon of versatility. Their 24mm-deep aluminum rims strike a balance between aerodynamics and handling while stainless steel bladed spokes, 16 front and 20 rear, will slice through the wind with aplomb. And these wheels aren’t just for race day as they’re sturdy and reliable enough to put through the paces day-in and day-out. There’s no skimping regarding tires, too, as a se

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