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Caferacer | By Creme Cycles

Creme bicycles are designed and handmade in Europe, we are digging their CafeRacer models. The beautiful commuter bike has a design influenced by hand built porteur bicycles of the 50s and 60’s, the integrated cabling and hub gear maintains a clean look, and the semi-upright position will give you a perfect balance between comfort and speed, whilst the front rack will be ideal for carrying your groceries or laptop. Several styles are available at the Creme cycles website.



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