Linus new kids bikes, the Lil’ Dutchi’s and Lil’ Roadsters are in stock at Pedal Revolution. These look and ride so great! If you are tired of the clunky kids bike options out there covered in logos, stickers, and plastic parts take a look at these beauties. Built to the same quality as the full sized versions, these bikes are a real treat. They remind me of the classic department store kids bikes of the 50’s and 60’s designed to be timeless and be handed down from generation to generation.
Lil’ Roadsters are available in deep blue and the Lil’ Dutchi’s are available in fire engine red. Go ahead, make a little person incredibly freakin’ happy with one of the these.
$295 each. These are the 20″ size. They are also available in a 16″ size with matching colored training wheels!
Also just in is the new Linus Pipette handlebar/saddle bag. Another great design, sized just right to hang between your bars or behind your saddle and carry the essentials. It looks like a Mission burrito would fit in there perfectly.
Pedal Revolution Used Bike Update 4-22-13:
KHS Flite 250 Road bike
This great little steel framed bike was rebuilt with new shifters, fork, wheels, drivetrain, and bars. Great everyday rider.
Pedal Revolution Used Bike Update 4-7-13:
Schwinn World Sport.
A nice American built steel Schwinn frame re-configured into a quick and versatile city bike. New wheels, tires, drivetrain, bars, stem, brakes, bottom bracket, headset, saddle.
Pedal Revolution Used Bike Update 4-4-13:
Motobecane Grand Jubilee. A beautiful example of a classic French made bicycle that has held up well over time.
I found this on a bike forum site on the history of the model,
“In 1978, the Grand Jubilee was the top of the line “touring” bicycle, just above the Grand Touring. Both frames were Vitus 172 in the main triangle. The difference lay in the components. For example, the Grand Touring was spec’d with a Suntour V-GT, the Grand Jubile was spec’d with a Suntour Cyclone (although originally, it was spec’d with Huret Jubile, thus the name “Grand Jubile.”).
In 1978, there were three different geometries available– touring, sport, and racing, plus a tandem. The touring lineup– meant to denote a more relaxed geometry.”
This one was rebuilt from the frame up with an internally geared Shimano Alfine 8 speed wheelset, and a mixture of Velo Orange, Nitto parts, and topped of with a classic Brooks B17 saddle. This bike is a perfect mix of lightweight lugged steel construction mixed with contemporary technology and design.
62cm Seat-Tube/60cm Top-tube….
Pedal Revolution has 2013 “Hospital Foam” green Surly Crosschecks in stock and they look great!
MSRP -$1,250 …….Pedal Rev price – $1,225!