Flat Bar Road Bikes

We call these kinds of bikes flat bar road bikes. That's because they have flat handlebars, and have wheels more like a road bike, on the narrow side. However what you're looking at can be confusing because manufacturers all call them something different, like: fitness bikes, urban bikes, performance street bikes, or simply hybrids. Regardless of what they're called, flat bar bikes are a great addition to the bicycle fold. Think versatile here. They make great city bikes because you can put a luggage rack on them and ride them to work or to the grocery store, but they also have a little performance, which means they're good for longer rides or for going out for a workout. Although not designed as mountain bikes, many have the ability to go off pavement, depending on the tire size. These bikes are a good choice for someone that's wants more than a casual bike, but is not looking to get into a full blown road bike. Here's what we carry.

Jamis Allegro Sport

$515

(Price includes assembly, sizing, Intown water bottle, and 6 months free adjustments.)

We start things off with the the Allegro Sport.This is a beautiful bike. It's designed to be light and nimble with it's aluminum frame. The geometry leans a little more toward performance. It shifts as crisply as a new hundred dollar bill and stops on a dime. This is a fun bike to ride. Also available in cosmo blue.

Jamis Allegro Sport

Jamis Allegro Sport Femme

$515

(Price includes assembly, sizing, Intown water bottle, and 6 months free adjustments.)

The Allegro Sport Femme is, of course, the ladies version of Allegro Sport above. It shares the same light, nimble ride and the same components for crisp shifts and quick stops. The only difference is the fit, made for a woman's physique, and the color, a beautiful pearl white.

Jamis Allegro Sport Femme

Jamis Coda Sport

$550

(Price includes assembly, sizing, Intown water bottle, and 6 months free adjustments.)

Next up is the Jamis Coda Sport. It features a steel, rather than aluminum frame, which lends a subtly different feel to the ride: typically a little smoother, more solid feel than aluminum. It sports mid-range quality components that enhance the ride, lend crisp shifts, and reliable stops. This is one of our best selling bikes. Also available in Gloss Black.

Jamis Coda Sport

Jamis Coda Sport Femme

$550

(Price includes assembly, sizing, Intown water bottle, and 6 months free adjustments.)

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. Also available in Pearl White. Why a Women's Bike?

Jamis Coda Sport Femme

Jamis Coda Comp

$675

(Price includes assembly, sizing, Intown water bottle, and 6 months free adjustments.)

The Coda Comp is our finest flat bar road bike. It's a handsome bike sporting a steel frame, aluminum fork and mid-range quality components. The steel frame and aluminum fork give the bike a very smooth ride. The shifting is precise. With disc brakes it stops in all weather. 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.

Jamis Coda Comp

Jamis Coda Comp Femme

$675

(Price includes assembly, sizing, Intown water bottle, and 6 months free adjustments.)

Like it's brother above, the Coda Comp Femme sports a steel frame and aluminum fork to give it a ride as smooth as glass. The upper mid-range quality components just add to the package. This is a beautiful bike. Come ride it and see.

Jamis Coda Comp Femme

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