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Biria Easy Boarding Cruiser Single Speed City Bike

Biria Low Step Easy Boarding Cruiser Single Speed City Bike

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The Biria Easy Boarding Single Speed city bike has a standover height of only a few inches.

The EZ Boarding is the only bicycle in the world with such an elegant and stable step through frame design.

Whether you are going shopping, running errands or just taking a ride in town with friends, the EZ Boarding will make it a lot of fun.

The EZ Boarding makes cycling easier for everyone because it has a frame that makes the bike extremely easy to mount.

Having originated in Germany, Biria Bicycles became a popular throughout Europe, due to its flair for being both utilitarian and stylish.
In the USA, Biria's mission is to offer you bicycles that capture the spirit embodied in the most popular models being ridden across Europe.

FEATURES:
+ Aluminum 7005 Frame 40 cm (15.5") and 46 cm (18")
+ Hi-Ten unicrown Fork
+ Aluminum Rims
+ 26x1.25 Tires
+ Coaster brake
+ Aluminum Stem
+ City Cruiser Handlebar
+ Rear coaster foot brake
+ 30 lbs.
+ Chain guard
+ kickstand
+ Weight Capicity 280 Lbs

OPTIONAL:
+ Rear Rack
+ Front basket

REQUIRES PARTIAL ASSEMBLY:
Including the front wheel, (Optional items if ordered), pedals, etc.
The handlebar needs to be attached and the angle adjusted.
No assembly rear brake is required.
Front brake needs to be adjusted after the front wheel is placed into the fork.

The manufacturer does not include assembly instructions with it's bicycles - as they strongly prefer that the final assembly be completed by bike shop.