NEW Allegro WN SRP $1595
. Very cool, classic old school bike and light as possible.
. Triple butted steel frame for durability and comfort.
. Best part is the Nuvinci rear hub - infinite gears! Very clever system.
. If you're looking for one bike to suit the family - this is it.
. Vintage geometry for comfort, Cro-Moly lugged tubing with a SRAM X7 drive train combine for a beautiful commuter.
. Front and rear mudguards, eyelets, V brakes and a resonant brass bell!
. The W3 is the 3 speed internal option. Also at $799 and available in red - like a Ferrari.
. Designed in Melbourne.
Gazelle Toer Populair
. The premium version of a beautiful Dutch classic.
. Shimano Nexus 8-speed internal hub gears for low maintenance and easy shifting. (Even when stationary!)
. Finished with an eye for detail- Brooks leather saddle and grips, dyno lights, dress guards & varnished cloth chain case.
Trek Allant 7 SPECIAL $499
A simple solution to a complex problem. Take charge of your commute!
. Rock-solid lightweight aluminium frame.
. Comfortable extras and rack as standard. . 7 Speed.
. Available in Mens (shown) and Womens step-through frame.
FREE with every new bike: 1 year of cycle maintenance* . Bike Fitting session (1 hour)
Safe City Riding
With Melbourne streets full of traffic it’s vital that cyclists learn the best ways to stay safe. Here are some top tips from experienced riders, commuters and instructors:
. Make eye contact: Not only should you watch what other road users are doing - be sure they know you are watching them. . Cycle Defensively: Defensive cycling is all about staying aware of your surroundings, other road users and possible hazards at all times. Don’t just switch off when you start to pedal. . Be Seen: Staying visible is vital, especially at night when city streets are alight with road signs, shop signs, trams and other vehicles. Use flashing lights, hi-viz and reflective gear if you’re feeling vulnerable.