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Gender-Neutral Bike Is Comfortable For Any Rider

Gender-Neutral Bike Is Comfortable For Any Rider
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Budnitz Bicycles has just released a step-through city cruiser that offers a smooth ride for everyone.

Emma Hutchings
  • 14 may 2013

Budnitz Bicycles has just released Model No. 5, a step-through city cruiser with a frame designed for both men and women. The bicycle was built for comfort and ease-of-use for any rider, without sacrificing performance or style.

The bike is designed for well-dressed commutes and weekend rides in the park. The step-through frame is easy to get on and easy to get off so it rides well in either a suit or a skirt.

Gender-Neutral Cruiser Streamlines Bike Design

The split-tube No.5 titanium cantilever frame weighs just 4 pounds and is built around large, 29-inch wheels and German-made tires that work together to smooth over uneven city streets and dirt roads.

Assembled by hand and built to last a lifetime, Budnitz Bicycles’ No.5 features a carbon belt drive, titanium fork, stem, ergonomic riser handlebars, seatpost and badges.

Gender-Neutral Cruiser Streamlines Bike Design

 

Designers from the company commented:

Over two years of engineering went into creating the world’s greatest step-through frame, one that’s both dignified on way to the office, and very fast tearing through back alleys on way home. Model No.5 is the ultimate bicycle for dressed-up daily commutes and weekend rides in the park.

Gender-Neutral Cruiser Streamlines Bike Design

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