Derringer Cycles: Hybrid Bikes Modeled After 1920’s Racers
On the hunt for a bicycle that doesn’t have a drab, traditional hybrid frame? Then check out Derringer Cycles, a line of hybrid bikes modeled after 1920’s racing motorcycles. These stunning bikes have been designed as a throwback to the classics, featuring Brooks leather saddles and polished copper rivets. Each Derringer cycle can easily be operated as regular bike, but if you need to climb a hill in a hurry you can rev up its engine to cruise up to 30 MPH. The bikes feature a tiny 1.8 gallon fuel tank that gives them enough juice to go for 300 miles! But of course, this kind of style doesn’t come cheap. Expect to pay $3,500 for the bragging rights of one of these hand-built beauties — and you live in a rough ‘hood, make sure to invest in a quality lock.
Via Valet Mag
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