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The founder of Public Bikes says the idea for the company occurred during a trip to Amsterdam in 2002. If you can’t visit Amsterdam, but nevertheless want to know what he would find so inspiring, take a virtual trip to Amsterdamize.Public Bikes has a vision statement that corresponds nicely with our philosophy here at BRFOU: […]
Bowery Lane Bicycles make what the Rivendell folks would call “MUSA” products. Made in the USA. These bikes are made in NYC (with American Steel, they note) in the same factory that cranks out Bikes for The Rest of Us made by Worksman Bicycles. So you’ll pay a little more than a Chinese-made bike but […]
Nirve is a brand that makes me think of funky cruisers parked in front of my LBS. To my surprise they have a series of steel-framed bikes with internal hub gears, 700c wheels, leather-look saddles and retro paint jobs. All of the bikes have side-pull rim brakes and some sort of chain guard/ring, but no […]