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Retrospec Judd Single-Speed Folding
$399.99
Whether you’re pedaling your way across campus, heading to the office, or packing up the RV for a weekend getaway, Judd’s convenience is unmatched. Judd sports a hand-built aluminum frame, Kenda Kwest commuter tires, and built-in coaster brakes. Judd’s hand-built aluminum frame is 30% lighter than the leading folding bike. Kenda Kwest commuter tires equip Judd for long-lasting riding and unwavering dependability. Single-speed riding with a built-in coaster brake means less maintenance than other commuting bikes. Judd is your low-maintenance, easy to store, city companion. - Judd utilizes its folding handlebars, top-tube and pedals to effortlessly fold up to 10”x30”x22” allowing you to store it essentially anywhere. It is so compact that you can store it indoors, eliminating the weather damage that comes with storing larger bikes outside, increasing the longevity of your new two-wheeled companion! - This bike comes with Kenda Kwest commuter tires with rounded tread and large water dispersion grooves, which means you’re ready to take on the streets, no matter what the day’s forecast may be. The 20” wheels also allow for faster acceleration and require less force from your legs in order to pedal, making getting from point A to point B a breeze. - This bike is constructed with quality components and materials to ensure a smooth ride that is easy to handle and gets you to where you need to be. We have also equipped this bike with a rear coaster brake, which eliminates the need for any cords or wires making it easier to fold up when you’re in a hurry and on the go.
SE Bikes Lager
$599.99
The Lager packs a quality punch with a butted top tube and down tube, Cr-Mo seat tube, alloy cranks, and super smooth Freedom ThickSlick tires. This bike comes equipped not only with riser bars, but also with alloy bullhorn bars. The perfect bike to get you where you want to go and in style. - Hi-Ten steel urban single-speed style frame with butted top tube and down tube, Cr-Mo seat tube with integrated seat clamp, plus water bottle and fender mounts for increased carrying capacity - Hi-Ten SE steel straight leg fork with wide tire clearance - Dual pivot alloy brakes - Alloy cranks with sealed cartridge Euro bottom bracket - SE high-flange alloy fixed/free 36H hubs with extra high-profile double-wall rims - Freedom ThickSlick Sport tires - Includes two styles of handlebars: an SE alloy riser, and an SE alloy bullhorn so that the rider can opt for an aggressive or more relaxed riding position
Bianchi Pista Steel
$999.99
Bianchi's Pista is a retro track bike that's ready for the track and the streets. Lovingly fashioned from double-butted chromoly, this rig is masterfully crafted to excel on banked velodromes, with a minimal 28mm fork offset for stable handling, a high bottom bracket for pedal clearance, rear-entry dropouts for chain adjustability, and a short wheelbase for agility. It features track-ready components such as double-wall rims, an FSA Tempo crankset, high-flange hubs, and steel track bars.
SE Bikes Philly Big Ripper 29
$1,891.00
We gave you a peek at the world’s first Philly Big Ripper earlier this year, but now the secret is out! Three hundred of these awesome limited-edition bikes are hitting the streets on Independence Day to celebrate the City of Brotherly Love. Philadelphia’s BIKELIFE scene continues to explode, and the Philly Big Ripper delivers an iconic look for a historic city. This is the bike Ben Franklin would have been raising it up on! Act fast, though. These bikes are going to disappear faster than a cheesesteak at Geno's.
SE Bikes Vans Blocks Flyer - Taking Pre Order (July?)
$1,999.99
The Blocks Flyer is one of the most popular bikes in the SE line, and it just got even more special with the limited-edition, individually numbered Vans Blocks Flyer. This bike brings together two of the originators in the game to create an instant classic in the SE Bike Life scene. With details like Vans x Cult tires and grips along with a Vans padset, this will literally be the baddest bike on the block. Vans was founded in 1966 in Anaheim, CA, and the brand is as BMX as it gets. Tons of top BMX riders have worn Vans shoes, ridden in Vans-sponsored BMX races and events, and simply lived the Vans lifestyle for as long as action sports have existed. To complete this kit, Vans also produced Vans Blocks Flyer shoes, complete with reflective checkerboard detailing and Blocks Flyer sidewall art. Did you get the shoes? Better get the bike!
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