If simple, stripped-down and stylish is your credo, you need to get yourself Trek's Drift Surf 1. This slicked-back ride says it all with its long and low stance and curved lines. Its one-speed drivetrain and coaster brake are just the ticket for fun, too. You even get classy and practical fenders. And, when you see your pals hanging out at the local coffee stop, the Drift's kickstand will keep it upright and the sweet paint job pristine.
Wanna party like it's 1909? Felt's lushly imagined 1909 cruiser is a great start. Its classic aluminum tank-style frame and springer fork look the part and they boast a plush ride to boot. Aluminum wheels are wrapped in Quick Brick tires, the sprung saddle is finished in rivets and the chainguard surrounds a cool, Drillium chainring. And, you get relaxed, swept-back handlebars, fenders, and a vintage, moto-style number plate, too. So tuck your knickers into your socks, grab your driving goggles and helmet and hit the road!
Looking for a low-slung cruiser with an aggressive look and a comfortable ride? Felt's aluminum-framed Ransom has you covered. A one-speed drivetrain and coaster brake provide a minimal-maintenance platform, and the fat Quick Brick 29-inch tires and shock absorbing saddle insure a plush ride. This bike is ready to cruise. Are you?
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