Flat Bar Road Bikes
Flat bar road bikes are a relatively new product to the industry. We think they are a great addition too, as they are very versatile bikes. Flat bar road bikes make good utility bikes since they will accomodate luggage racks, fenders, and wider tires if desired; yet they enjoy the performance of a road bike with their narrower wheels. Moreover, flat bar road bikes are designed so that you lean over some, but not too much, which many people find more comfortable. Thus, a flat bar road bike is a good choice for that person who needs a utility bike during the week, but enjoys some performance for those longer, faster rides on the weekend. Here's what we carry. (All models include an Intown water bottle.)
Jamis Coda Sport
We start things off with the Jamis Coda Sport. It's a good looking bike that features a steel frame for a smooth, comfortable ride, and sports mid-range quality components for precise shifts and quick stops. The Coda is one of our best selling bikes. It's a great bike at an affordable price. Also available in Monterey Red.
Jamis Coda Sport Femme
This is the women's version of the Coda Sport with it's comfortable riding steel frame and mid-range quality components. However, it's designed with a lower stand-over height and shorter top tube to fit a woman's physique. Plus, it's very pretty! Also available in crimson. We also still have a few 2011's left in Sangria for $550. Why a Women's Bike?
Raleigh Cadent FT1
The Cadent sports a light weight aluminum frame for a light, lively ride, and it features mid-range quality components for sure stops and reliable shifts. It's designed with a bit shorter top tube so you'll sit a little more upright on it, but it still retains the performance and versatility you'd expect in a nice, fast city bike.
Jamis Coda Comp
The Coda Comp is our finest flat bar road bike. It's a handsome bike sporting a steel frame, carbon fiber fork and upper-range quality components. The carbon fork trims the weight and gives the bike a very smooth ride. The shifting is precise. It stops on a dime. It's one of those bikes that speaks for itself when you ride it. Although it makes a great utility bike, we think you'll enjoy it more for the shear performance.
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