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BSG was founded by Thierry Boltz and Claude Saos, from the design studio Boltz & Saos based in Strasbourg, France. Wood.b was born from a shared passion for cycling and the everyday use of this mode of transportation by the two designers. A portion of the frame is constructed using ash plywood, forming the architectural structure to which are then added high quality Columbus brand steel (stays and fork) compatible with standard bicycle components.
This has been in the works for a long time now. Say hello to the Fairdale / Roger bike. The bike comes with a complete Roger board (with Indy’s and Bones) and a super-functional skate rack. It has a coaster brake vs. a fixed wheel, so you don’t have to pedal the whole time you’re riding it, you can totally coast. Only 50 of these were made. Crazy, huh? At Roger, we like riding bikes and riding skateboards so we combined the two and are bringing you the best of both worlds. I know, I know… we’re just smart like that.
We customized the Linus Roadster Classic to create the ideal Almond Summer Bicycle. Complete with: -Cherry wood crate for carrying your gear -Leather-wrapped top tube cover -Surfboard Side-Rack -Brooks b17 Saddle. This does not include Almond surfboard. The complete bike/surfboard version is available at our retail location in Newport Beach, or by special order.
Urban Velo is a reflection of the cycling culture in current day cities. Our readers are encouraged to contribute their words and art. Urban Velo is published bi-monthly. Thats six times per year, on the odd months. Issues are available for free download as they become available. Print copies are available online and at select bicycle retailers and coffee shops.
The Mundo Utility Bicycle is perfect for carrying gear, people, groceries, anything! It rides well in city traffic, on single-track trails, or muddy dirt roads.
Trek’s first production belt-drive singlespeed features an aggressive riding geometry and an edgy appearance. The belt drive is a carbon fiber composite belt reinforced to prevent stretch. The worry-free, lube-rejecting, lighter-than-any-chain-you’ve-ever-owned belt also produces a ninja-like quiet ride. Don’t be mistaken, this is not a retro-styled singlespeed. The District is completely progressive.
Pilen concept is a race bike inspired by early Le Mans style, the concept is supposed to create a sentimental bond with the user and also give them the same feeling as if they were driving a sports car. This concept is developed for the Swedish bike brand Pilen cykel in Målilla.