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Commuter Bike Guide

Avoid Traffic And Stress

Change the pace and commute by bike! It’s a win-win for you and the environment—you reap the rewards of daily stress-reducing exercise, spend less money on gas and parking, all while reducing your carbon footprint.
 
Whether you’re cruising to happy hour or taking the bike lane to the office cycling is the best way to go. Commuting by bike increases your awareness of the sights, smells, and sounds that make up your community. There are several styles to suit every rider and every commute, let us help you find your perfect ride

Trek FX 3 Disc
FX 3 Disc is a versatile hybrid bike that's primed for performance, comfort...
Trek Verve+ 2
$2,499.99
Verve+ 2 is an electric hybrid bike that will help you get out and ride mor...
Trek CrossRip 1
The drop-bar CrossRip is surefooted when roads get rough, quick in traffic,...
Giant Escape City Disc 3
The best fitness plan is one that’s fun. This versatile flat-bar road bike ...
Electra Vale Go! 9D EQ
Electra’s Vale Go! 9D EQ is the versatile pedal-assist e-bike that takes ri...
Momentum Lafree E+
$2,100.00
Frame : ALUXX aluminium, double tube low-step design Fork : ALUXX aluminiu...
Trek FX 1 Stagger Disc
FX 1 Disc Stagger is a hybrid bike with a classic stepthrough frame design ...
Trek FX 3 Disc Women's Stagger
FX 3 Disc Women's Stagger is a versatile hybrid bike made for performance, ...

Bikes For Every Commute

Versatility

Multi-speed city bikes offer you the versatility to stop for groceries after work or explore rural roads on the weekend. Having gears takes the burn out of hills while allowing you to maintain speed on flat sections. Many of these commuter bikes have rack and fender mounts.

Multi-Modal

Linking your commute with public transportation can save time, but a full-size bike can be tough to handle in limited spaces. A folding bike transforms into a smaller size that is easily carried. Once folded, it can fit inside the trunk of a car or under your desk at work.

The Basics

Singlespeed bikes need little regular maintenance and—due to their lack of moving parts—can be highly reliable. They consist of one freewheel and brakes so there is nothing else to get in the way of your ride.

Take it to the next level with a fixed gear bike. These bikes don't coast and often don't have brakes, so they require some added skill to ride.

Gear For Your Commute

Bike commuting awakens you to the sights, smells, and sounds of your community.

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