Not every bike has to have drop-handlebars and be race inspired in order to be impressive. Rather, simple, yet elegant two-wheeled designs which serve as utilitarian conveyances and further the cause for making bikes the preferred mode of transportation in urban areas, can be of equally admirable design.
This would explain the steady rise in urban bike design over the last few years, with the quest of bringing easy of transportation and efficiency to the urban landscape via two wheels.
The speeD single-speed bike by Sanitov both harkens the classic image of the time-honored double-diamond bicycle, but with modern features that make it well-suited for urban dwellers to rely upon as a means of daily transportation.
Indeed, the SpeeD features a simple design, boasting clean lines and an elegant silhouette. Created for the modern commuter, it comes with a high-quality CR-MO steel frame, a single speed Shimano hub and a custom fork knob, as well as with a pair of quality Kenda tires. A leather saddle and durable rubber grips ensure more comfort, while the practical rear carrier made of solid ash adds more functionality.
“Since the dawn of the industrial revolution, our need for speed has encouraged environmentally unsustainable modes of transportation. With the movE and the speeD, Sanitov seeks to change the way we navigate the world. Each Sanitov product incorporates aspects of many cultures and styles in its own original mix to create a perfect hybrid for the future,” says company founder and CEO, Alexander Host.
The speeD is offered in three elegant colors – warm gray, burgundy, mustard/dark gray – and in three sizes.
The speeD officially launched this month, and it can be purchased directly from Sanitov.
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