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2012 Civia Bryant Belt Alfine City Bike

2012 civia bryant belt alfine city bike   2012 Civia Bryant Belt Alfine City Bike

Civia Cycles has introduced a new city bike for 2012 called Bryant Belt Alfine. Even when the bike is loaded up with cargos and panniers, its ride quality is still uncompromised, thanks to its geometry that is designed to guarantee a fast and responsive ride.

Since the frame is constructed with Civia’s proprietary split rear dropout, a belt drive or a customary derailleur drivetrain can be accommodated. The bike also features Shimano’s Alfine rear hub and Gates Carbon Drive belt for a maintenance-free performance that is consistent in any riding situations.

Designed to tackle mid to long-distance rides, the 2012 Civia Bryant Belt Alfine City Bike is the ideal high-speed, low-maintenance commuting machine. Since this bike is crafted for amazing speed and efficiency, it is perfect for the daily rider.

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2011 Civia Halsted

2011 civia halsted   2011 Civia Halsted

Featuring a 20-inch front and 26-inch rear wheel, the 2011 Civia Halsted is a front loaded cargo bike that offers the most stable of rides, thanks to its fully loaded front HDPE, or the recycled high density polyethylene, deck. Aside from that, the Halsted is definitely a good-looking machine.

Aside from the recycled HDPE big front rack deck, some of the major features of the Halsted are the nine-speed drivetrain, tough steel frame, and disc brakes up front. While most cargo bikes are designed for industrial-level hauling, the Civia Halsted is made for lighter duties.

Being a family bike, the 2011 Civia Halsted is a redesign of a classic cycle truck that every member of the family could use to do their errands. Moreover, the Halsted is very affordable and is compact and light enough to carry upstairs weighing just 40 pounds.

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