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Cruiser Bicycles

Cruiser bikes are the definitive vintage bikes. Built for casual and practical use, they emphasise comfort rather than aerodynamics and weight reduction. Also called the beach cruiser, the design comprises an upright seating posture, a single-speed drivetrain, and stable steel construction. If you’ve seen a movie set from the 90s, you’re bound to have seen one of these before.


Mens cruiser bicycles are typically heavy because of the steel construction. Unlike racing bikes that have steel tubing throughout, most cruisers prioritise aesthetics with the use of steel plates and other steel accents. This increases the weight of the bike and makes it even slower. But speed isn’t the aim here; it’s comfortable cruising through the paved roads of the beachside.


Female riders as well as children require a lighter cruiser bike. Usually, womens cruiser bicycles are ideal for them. Employing designs that lower the centre of gravity, these light cruiser bikes are more manoeuvrable and easier to carry or push around. Some modern models have 7-speed configurations for a customisable riding experience.

Middle Ground

Unisex cruiser bikes provide a good middle ground for every rider. They offer rigidity and strength while handling is made better with modern engineering and a lower centre of gravity. Attractive design options are also available for any would-be rider. If you fancy yourself a suburban warrior, grab a dragster chopper cruiser bike with white wheel accents that will surely turn heads.

Modern Electric

Cruiser bikes are ideal for promoting the inevitable transition to electric transportation. Because of its casual design, hooking up an electric motor just makes sense. This makes the ride to and from the park or the office a breeze. Since electric motors deliver much more power than pedal power, these bikes use hydraulic disc brake systems to have enough stopping force for enhanced safety. With an electric cruiser bike, you can use the motor to ride to work but then also choose to pedal home to get a workout after the working day ends.

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