Shinola is one of the trendiest brands of the moment and the men’s and women’s bicycles, that are built in the USA and hand assembled in Detroit, are one of the most wanted items. We’re presenting some of the coolest bicycles models by Shinola.
The Women’s Runwell has an urban style, is pratic and gorgeous! The new step-through frame features a much lower stand-over height. Meticulously designed for predictable and smooth handling during urban riding, the new Runwell features an American-made lugged steel frame and fork. The Women’s Runwell retains much of the DNA of the original, including custom Shinola front rack and fenders, with a classic blend of urban style and practicality.
Inspired by the enduring French style of Porteur bicycles, first used by newspaper couriers in Paris, The Runwell delivers a classic blend of urban style and practicality. Meticulously designed to yield the best characteristics of a lugged steel frame and fork, we’ve engineered The Runwell to handle predictably and smoothly for city riding, commuting and errand running. The Runwell is truly a unique and worthy voice in the crowd. You can choose your Runwell in black, blue, dark orange, light orange and red.
We love the easy style that a cruiser bike implies, but not the impracticality of the slack frame geometry and cumbersome handling. The American-made steel frame and fork are designed for comfort, utility and smooth urban riding, in dry or wet. The Bixby is offered touches like gender-specific saddle design and proportional geometry. Like The Bixby’s big brother, the Runwell, The Bixby frame has custom Shinola dropouts, fork crown, rack and fender mounts and internal cable routing. The Bixby has it all. Available in char, dark green, gray and navy.
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Built in a limited edition run of one, and never offered for sale, this bicycle uses a Shinola women’s Bixby frame built at Waterford Precision Cycles in Wisconsin. The bicycle was displayed in the booth at Baselworld, and has been shown at a number of events and retail stores.
The 1969 Schwinn Twinn Tandem
The refurbished 1969 Schwinn Twinn tandem was discovered at a bicycle flea market in Ohio in the spring of 2013. It has cleaned, de-rusted and painted in order to maintain the integrity of the history of the bike. Original hubs, cranks, seatposts and stems were painted matte black to match the frame prior to reinstallation, a master piece of bicycle!
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