A bike under the tree for Christmas is nearly every kid's dream, at least it was mine. Just because we're adults now, doesn't mean we can still have the dream. Here's a short list of bikes that you can put under the tree right now:
The Driggs is the flagship model from Brooklyn Bicycle Co. This Driggs 3-speed bike won't be the fastest or lightest one on the road, but it will absolutely be the most stylish. With its signature double top tube, color matched fenders, and premium paint job, the Driggs was designed with one purpose - to turn heads.
An authentic cruiser bike from Brooklyn Bicycle Co., the Brighton 7's carefully crafted frame geometry and Selle Royal wide comfort saddle combine to make this beach bike as comfortable as it is fun. 7 speeds and wide cruiser tires will take you from Broadway to the boardwalk with ease. For those of us here in Edmonton, this bike can take you from the University, along Whyte Ave, and beyond.
One of Brooklyn Bicycle Co.’s most versatile commuter bikes, the Lorimer features a wide gearing range and puncture-resistant tires for all-day and all-terrain riding. But don’t let this sleek hybrid bike fool you: It’s just as ideal for commuting and running errands as it is for working up a sweat on city streets or bike paths.
Whether you are looking for a fitness bike or a commuter, the Vitamin B features an aluminum frame with internal able routing and disc brakes in order to deliver a light weight bike with performance features like disc brakes and internal cable routing that you'd expect to find at a higher price.
The Orbea Optima E40 is a lightweight and versatile e-bike designed with comfort in mind. Whether you are commuting to work, a trip to the grocery store or a leisurely Sunday afternoon ride, the Optima E40 has you covered. The Optima E40 is as much as 20 pounds lighter than the competition in some cases. That means you can actually lift it onto your bike rack. In stock in Blue ins size Small, Metallic Red in size Medium.