Fun, high-adrenaline city riding requires a fixie up to the task: Nirve's stylish, sporty Belmont is all in. The nimble-handling steel frame, flat bars, painted aluminum rims and bold frame colors will signal your arrival long before the whoosh of air generated by your speed or the squealing rubber of the sick skids you just pulled in front of your friends do. A flip-flop hub in back and an extra set of linear-pull brakes let you turn this steed into a freewheeling 1-speed. Throw in some comfy Kraton grips, a vintage saddle, and skinny-and-supportive 28C road-ready tires and you've got a ride ready to take anything the urban jungle can dish out.
Nirve's Street King will garner attention wherever it goes. Its custom painted retro aluminum frame is a great backdrop for fine features such as the flat-track bars, comfortable saddle, and fat tires. It melds old-school auto-styled full fenders with a moto-inspired dual-crown fork and front disc brake. Plus, this hawg sports easy-pedaling aluminum wheels with 3-speed gearing and a rear coaster brake, too.
"The New Classic" from Iggy Azalea, is not a classic. The B1 Classic cruiser from Nirve, however, counts. What? Where's the logic there? Well, take the B1 Classic's high tensile steel frame—now, that's a ride smooth enough to withstand the test of time! "Fancy," however, probably won't. A soft, springy saddle from Nirve, nimble alloy wheels, and a super relaxed, sweeping wide bar create exactly the type of set-up one could call "timeless." Furthermore, it is not Australian white rapper who named herself after a flower.
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