• Shinola /// Bixby Womens /// 47cm Mauve

  • $1,950.00

  • Description

    We love the easy style that a cruiser bike implies, but not the impracticality of the slack frame geometry and cumbersome handling. The Bixby riffs off the fun look of the curved top tube, but improves on the fit and function with nimble frame geometry and a Shimano 3-speed internal hub. The American-made steel frame and fork are designed for comfort, utility and smooth urban riding, in dry or wet. The Bixby is offered in both a classic men's and women's frame design, with thoughtful touches like gender-specific saddle design and proportional geometry. Like The Bixby's big brother, the Runwell, The Bixby frame has custom Shinola dropouts, fork crown, rack and fender mounts and internal cable routing. Style. Performance. Smooth. Efficient. The Bixby has it all. Available in char, mauve, taupe and teal.


    Frame TrueTemper double-butted CroMo, custom tubing configurations
    Frame Details Shinola custom laser cut dropouts
    Fork TrueTemper CroMo, custom cast fork crown, disc mount, rack and fender eyelets
    Headset Polished alloy, 1 1/8"
    Handlebar Civia Aldrich, alloy, 50º backsweep, 580mm width, 25.4mm clamp
    Grips Shinola leather w/alloy grip clamps, 130mm
    Stem Polished alloy, 1 1/8", +/- 6º rise
    Brakes Shimano mechanical disc w/160mm rotors
    Brake Levers Shimano levers
    Shifters Shimano Nexus Revo
    Crankset FSA, F. Gimondi, 44T ring
    Bottom Bracket Shimano, cartridge, square taper
    Chain Shimano, 1/2" x 3/32"
    Chainguard Shinola Chainguard
    COG Shimano Nexus, 18T
    Front Hub Shimano Deore disc, 32º, bolt-on
    Rear Hub Shimano Nexus 3-sp disc, Silent Clutch
    Rims Sun CR-18, 32º, one-eyelet, P/V, polished silver
    Spokes DT Swiss Champion, 14g, stainless
    Tires Schwalbe Delta Cruiser, Crème-Reflex, 700x35C, w/reflective strip
    Pedals Aluminum, toe-clip compatible
    Saddle Shinola leather, Women's shape, copper rails and rivets
    Seatpost Polished alloy, 27.2mm x 350mm
    Extras Bell and alloy fenders



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