7 Best Seller Urban Bikes in 2016

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We have evaluated dozens of Amazon best selling urban bikes of 2016. These urban bikes will be sorted from the expensive to cheaper and here are the 7 of the best seller urban bike of this year.

7. Sixthreezero Women’s 26-Inch Beach Cruiser Bicycle

All bicycles can take you from Point A to Point B, but sixthreezero bikes make the journey something greater. Combining a classic sense of sophisticated style with a variety of comfort features, the Women’s Cruiser from sixthreezero is built for easy upright riding in almost any situation—rain or shine, beach or city

Price: $363.02

6. Pure Fix Original Fixed Gear Single Speed Fixie Bike

Combining speed, style, and affordability, the single-speed Pure Fix Urban Fixie Road Bike from Pure Cycles is ideal for those getting back into biking after a few years away or who just want to get a feel for riding fixed.

Price: $345.00 to $399.00


5. Schwinn Discover Men’s Hybrid Bike

This bike is totally ready to take you anywhere you need to go. There is no need for a ton of preparation. This urban bike has a classic look so it will match just about anything in your closet. With a frame made for urban riding, with a front suspension fork to make man hole covers and pavement patches easier to take. The rear rack is built in and ready to carry your bag or groceries back home with you.

Price: $287.11

4. Firmstrong Urban Lady Beach Cruiser Bicycle

Ideal for casual riding over longer distances, the 26-inch, three-speed Urban Lady cruiser bike is a great choice for many environments — by the beach, around town, or anywhere else on a paved path. This three-speed Urban Lady uses a top-of-the-line Shimano internal gear-shifting system, one of the easiest gear systems to use and operate. You’ll enjoy more high intensity riding and go farther distances than ever imagined possible on a cruiser

Price: $279.99 + $37.00 shipping

3. Firmstrong Urban Man Beach Cruiser Bicycle

Ideal for casual riding, the 26-inch, single-speed Urban Man cruiser bike is a great choice for many environments — by the beach, around town, or anywhere else on a paved path. Great for an afternoon riding with friends, this single-speed Urban Man doesn’t get any easier. There are no cables hanging off the bike or complicated gear systems, and you’ll be able to maintain a consistent cruising speed from 3 to 15 MPH.

Price: $199.99

2. Takara Kabuto Single Speed Road Bike

This cycle is best used as a commuter bike, as it is designed and intended for long-term road using a single speed for the common ride around the neighborhood or to work. Featuring a strong, handcrafted steel frame and horizontal dropouts that can handle abuse of riding through the city and roadways, The new Kabuto also contains a “flip flop” hub so the rider can run it as a fixed gear or in a standard free-wheel, single speed mode. This eliminates the worry for adjustments of temperamental components.

Price: $199.99

1. Critical Cycles Fixed Gear Single Speed Fixie Urban Road Bike

Fixed-gear bicycles are hand-built for the commuter lifestyle. The tig-welded steel frame with horizontal dropouts and the handpicked component set are ideal for city commuting. Lightweight yet durable, you’ll have a reliable commuting companion for years to come.

When you ride a fixed-gear bike, the movement of your bike correlates to how much you pedal. With each push of the pedals, your bike moves with you. The motion of the rear wheel is linked to the motion of the pedals, which means in order to move you are always pedaling.

Some cyclists advocate to only ride fixed. Here’s why:

  • Riding fixed makes for an incredible workout. You will always be moving and thus always exercising.
  • You are most at one with your bike. Your bike doesn’t move without you, which leads to an intimate bond between you, your bike, and the road.
  • Fixed-gear bikes are very easy to maintain. There are fewer moving pieces and therefore fewer potential problems to take care of.

Price: $172.00 to $905.54


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