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Schindelhauer Bikes

Schindelhauer is a German company that produces timeless, minimalist, elegant bicycles. The company states "Our bikes offer a number of outstanding properties: freedom from maintenance, durability and reliability". Their collection features six models, are favorites are the fixed gear/single speed Viktor and Siegfried. Great, fashionable rides for your daily commute to the office. [ thank´s Tiago!]

Available in the US at beltdr.com




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CUSTOM SUPER CUB RACER

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SMART WHEEL | BY FLYKLY

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