Women have a bike brand dedicated just to them. Liv is the all new women’s cycling brand, created by Giant. Marianne Vos, the fastest woman cyclist in the world (and arguable the best cyclist in the world) rides the Liv Envie. But you don’t have to be a speed demon to appreciate Giant Bicycles. It doesn’t matter if you have years of experience or are a beginner.  Whatever your background and whatever type of rider you aspire to be, Liv is designed for you.

Bianchi is the oldest bicycle manufacturer still in existence,  from 1885 to today. It’s also the brand that both Vanessa & Annie chose as their first “nice” road bikes.  We are really excited to bring you what Bianchi has to offer, especially their women’s line, Dama Bianca. “The Dama Bianca line is designed for riders who desire performance, classic styling, and a proper fit. Each of our three Dama models are designed and engineered in Bianchi’s famed Reparto Corse in Italy and offers the same features as their non-Dama counterparts. The same frame materials. The same component specifications. The same pricing. It has been this way since Edoardo Bianchi created the first women’s specific model in 1895 when he taught Italy’s Queen Margherita how to ride a bicycle. “


A Public bike is THE perfect bike for a person who is getting back into the cycling game, or a person who has a high-line bike and wants a cute bike to cruise to the grocery store, the party, or to the gym. Public bikes are chic, comfortable and practical. From the Public website…
Designed with all kinds of people in mind:
The everyday bicyclist who regularly rides to work and around town.
The person who doesn’t identify themselves as a bicyclist but wants a
simple, sturdy bicycle for occasional errands, trips to the Farmer’s
Market, or weekend rides in the park.
The newbie who is buying an adult bike for the first time who wants to
recapture the joy they felt while riding as a kid.

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