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Urban bicycles | hybrid

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URBAN BIKES: STYLE, SPEED AND PEACE OF MIND

The urban bicycles are the perfect companions to explore the streets of your city. Thanks to their design and geometry, they are a very good option for urban journeys, daily commutes to go to work or run any kind of errand. For those who live in the city and are concerned about the environment and pollution, leave their car in the garage or want to maintain good physical shape, city bikes are the most suitable option. They are not intended as a sporty means of transport, but as a means of transport in which, in addition to being able to move agilely around the city, the urban bike allows you to carry small loads such as saddlebags with books , baskets to transport the purchase, or packages in the luggage rack. City bikes usually incorporate a front and rear lighting system, either dynamo or battery-powered, and are often equipped with mudguards, a kickstand or a bell.

TYPES OF URBAN BIKES

Although the concept is similar, we can separate urban bikes into 3 types: urban city bikes, hybrid or fitness bikes and folding urban bikes. The urban bikes are bicycles designed for recreational use, to ride and pedal comfortably enjoying the landscape or the journey, with an eye on on the road at all times. These bikes usually also have some standard accessories, such as fenders, bells, lights, and baskets or racks, which make them really useful and functional for urban journeys. Hybrid or fitness bicycles: they are the type of bicycle that has some characteristics of both urban bikes and mountain bikes, hence the name of bikes hybrids, and they are perfectly valid for moving around the city, but they can also be used on tracks and forest trails, as they mostly have studded tires and more ball than a purely urban bike. Some hybrid bikes even have suspension systems, more typical of mountain bikes. Folding bikes: As the name suggests, they generally fold in the middle of the frame. The handlebar is also usually folded and in some models the seatpost - saddle assembly. In addition, they usually have smaller diameter wheels, for example 20-inch tires. As they fold and are lighter and smaller than conventional ones, they are ideal for transporting them, moving them up stairs or storing them in any corner of the house.
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