Speedvagen Urban Racer Bicycle

We think a lot about how our bike looks, or how well it can handle our commute. And while that stuff is vital and present here, the makers of the Speedvagen Urban Racer Bicycle want you to instead focus on how fun their new bike will be to ride. Available in Matte Army Green or Hot Pink, the Urban Racer is made in the U.S.A. in small batches and is light but strong, featuring a steel frame that is 4-6 times stronger than standard steel tubing. You also get a coaster brake, a two-speed internal SRAM hub, and a Fabric Scoop Ti rails saddle.

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