Dutch / Classic Bicycles

These fashionable, traditional bicycles are all the rage of the European continent. Their design has hardly changed for many decades. Current Dutch bicycles were modeled on early 20th Century English designs but have been considerably improved to provide a very enjoyable riding experience of today. An incredibly laid-back position assures that almost anybody can ride these bicycles. A Very upright riding style which looks very … Continue reading Dutch / Classic Bicycles

Cruiser / Beach Bicycles

Cruiser bicycles also called beach bicycles or boulevardiers, work best on flat terrain. They are comfortable bicycles with a classic look. Designed purely for relaxed laid back riding and looking cool. They were hit during 1930s through 1950s. Many cruiser bicycles are manufactured in a wide array of colors, to suit the fashion tastes of any bicycle lover.   Cruisers feature wide tires, which provide … Continue reading Cruiser / Beach Bicycles

Recumbent Bicycles

Recumbent bicycles also known as Trikes, are born out of the marriage between a bicycle & a deckchair. Recumbent bicycles have a long, low design and a full-size seat with a backrest which offer a laid back reclined and very comfortable riding position. The rider’s back & buttocks are well supported. You can sit upright if you ride a recumbent bicycle. This can help riders … Continue reading Recumbent Bicycles

Electric Assist / E-Bicycle / Electric Bicycles

Touted by all cycling industry experts as the ‘next big thing’, electric bicycles aim to take the strain out of cycling. They are great for commuters who need to arrive at work in a less sweaty state or if you’re not confident about your fitness. electric assist bicycles feature battery-powered motors to help make climbing hills and traveling long distances a little easier. You can … Continue reading Electric Assist / E-Bicycle / Electric Bicycles

Fixed Gear / Single Speed / Fixie Bicycles

These are bicycles without freewheel mechanism, with only one gear. Fixies are designed to be ridden on a velodrome, which is a banked oval track specifically for bicycle racing. A true fixie has no freewheel, therefore the cyclist has to pedal while moving. That requires a good degree of control while using it. Fixies are lightning-fast in the hands of an accomplished rider. One gear … Continue reading Fixed Gear / Single Speed / Fixie Bicycles

Folding Bicycles

They are ideal for those who need to travel with their bicycle, want a bicycle to keep on their boat or plane, or who live in small apartments and don’t have a lot of storage space. Best suited to short rides, folding bicycles are phenomenally popular among big-city commuters. The most compact ones will fit under your desk and they can be carried onto a train … Continue reading Folding Bicycles

BMX (Bicycle Motocross)

BMX Stands for “Bicycle Motocross“, are popular with kids as well youngs because of their small size. They are used by adults and kids alike for various trick and stunt riding. BMX is a fun urban trickable bicycle that is strong, simple & versatile. BMX is a fast-paced, racing bicycles flying around a finely sculpted track with jumps at breakneck speed. These are built around … Continue reading BMX (Bicycle Motocross)

Tandem Bicycles

Tandem Bicycles are designed to carry two (sometimes more than 2) riders and usually for long distance cycle touring. These Bicycles offer a fun way for families and couples to get around, especially when one rider is weaker than the other. The front rider controls the steering, braking, and shifting. The back rider mainly has access to pedals and in some models may have limited … Continue reading Tandem Bicycles