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Dash Bicycle

Our good friends over at Taylor Stitch have introduced a handsome vintage-inspired bicycle to accompany their new CIVIC collection designed for urban commuters. The Dash is a gorgeously simple bicycle designed for daily city commute, it features an auto 2-speed hub, a Brooks custom B17 Saddle, FSA Gimondi crank, Velo-Orange Milan handlebar, Wellgo City pedals, and a simple coaster brake. The elegant two-wheeler is a collaborative effort by Taylor Stitch, Aaron Stinner of Stinner Bicycles and Chicago-based Heritage Bicycles. 

Available now for pre-order at a special price of $1,098 $1,198




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SBU V3 | SELF BALANCING UNICYCLE

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BAR MITTS

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