Bike: Seven Cycles Cafe Racer Travel Bike

July 9, 2012

in Bike Design, Bikes

One of my favorite bikes is back in the Ride Studio Cafe fold:  The Seven Cycles Cafe Racer single speed travel bike.

Seven Cycles Cafe Racer Travel Bike - photo - Rob Vandermark

Here are some articles about the bike:

Seven Cycles Cafe Racer Tiberius Handlebar - photo - Rob VandermarkCity Travel List:

  • London, England
  • Minneapolis, MN
  • Friedrichshafen, Germany
  • Stuttgart, Germany
  • Boston, MA

Only 130 cities to go.

The coolest part of the bike is the Seven Tiberius handlebar.  Super narrow – for urban riding – and at just the right ergonomic angle for comfortable riding.

The S&S BTC couplers make traveling simple.  Because the bike is a grease and oil-less single speed – no gears – the breakdown and assembly couldn’t be much easier.

We designed the drivetrain for the Gates CenterTrack Carbon Drive.  Looks great; rides smooth.

My last favorite part of this bike is that it’s made from almost entirely re-purposed parts, including the couplers.

Seven Cycles Cafe Racer Tiberius Handlebar Detail - photo - Rob Vandermark

Seven Cycles Cafe Racer Belt Drive - photo - Rob Vandermark

Seven Cycles Cafe Racer on Mercer St., London 2012 | Photo: Cyclefit

Gates CenterTrack parts – new addition for 2012 | Photo: Rob Vandermark

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