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2011 Organic Bikes Edwin Commuter

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Soon to be available in 2011 from Organic Bikes is the Edwin Bamboo town bicycle. It’s the ride that allows you to carry two grocery bags and two cups of coffee on commutes around your area.

The Edwin Commuter is soon to be released in the early months of 2011 and will be available as a complete bike. It is made up of natural laid-up bamboo tubing with 100% recycled alloy lugs that extend to the rear triangle. Its geometric design offers easy riding of which different sizes such as; XS, S, M, L and XL are available to suit your physical requirement.

The Organic Bikes Edwin Commuter showcases is the NuVinci N360 drive train, known for its wide ratio range, continuous variable, user friendly and maintenance-free characteristics. It is 30% lighter than its predecessor and smoother even under intensive force pedaling. Its new slack shifter modes make lever shifting easier…

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Organic Bikes Made From Bamboo

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We all know that compared to driving a car around, riding a bicycle is more beneficial to our health, as well as the environment. Bicycles have enjoyed a reputation for being eco-friendly, and deservedly so. However, people so far have only focused on the environmental impact between driving a car or riding your bike.

This time around, the concept of being ‘eco-friendly’ is taken one step further with the development of organic bamboo bikes. Yes, folks, you read it correctly. The company that designs and builds these bamboo bikes is fittingly called Organic Bikes, and they have taken the idea of a ‘green’ bicycle a step beyond what the industry has currently offered.

According to their website, these organic bicycles are made by replacing most of the alloy tubing that is used for building other bicycles, and replacing it with bamboo. The company claims that aside from…

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