Products tagged with: friday
2010 Fuji Feather Single-Speed Road Bike. This classic fixie bike combines retro styling with simplicity, making for one fun ride. Commute, cruise to the coffee shop, or take turns on the track. Its frame may appear traditional, but its components are all innovation: sealed cartridge bearing bottom bracket, NEW Fuji Classic sealed high flange hubs, Fuji Superlight racing saddle, and Kenda tires. All at a price that echoes another decade.
2012 Transit Loblolly Trail 7-Speed Comfort Bike. Where are you going to ride today? Doesn't really matter, because the Loblolly Trail 7-Speed Comfort Bike will make getting there fun -- and comfortable, too, of course. With its sturdy and lightweight aluminum frame, , dependable V-brakes and 7-speed Shimano gearing, the Loblolly Trail is equipped for two-wheeled adventure no matter where you point it.
2012 Transit Sycamore Trail Comfort Bike. No matter where the trail leads, you're sure to get there comfortably if you're riding a Transit Sycamore Trail Comfort Bike. The Sycamore Trail is designed to put you in a comfortable, upright riding position, and the Suntour fork and cushy seat inject even more comfort into the mix. And let's not forget about functionality -- the 21-speed Sycamore Trail has enough gears for wherever your two-wheeled wandering takes you. Add it all up and you've got yourself the perfect bike for neighborhood cruising, bike path excursions, even commuting.
AL2 Road Bike. If you're the kind of cyclist who cares more about how well a road bike rides than about the brand name plastered on the downtube, the AL2 is your kind of bike. For one thing, the AL2 rides great -- like bikes costing hundreds more, in fact. Its 6061 aluminum frame and carbon fork deliver a lively ride with excellent vibration damping and efficient power transmission. The Shimano 105 shifters and derailleurs provide smooth and reliable gear changes. Tektro dual-pivot brakes give you all the stopping power you'll ever need, and the lightweight alloy wheels accelerate quickly, roll smoothly when you get up to speed and let you corner with confidence. In short, this road bike's got performance written all over it. What it doesn't have written all over it is a big ol' brand name, so you can enjoy the ride without distraction -- and confound your friends, who'll want to know what the heck you're riding and why in the world you removed all the stickers.