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  • Wazee


    Style, Precision and Panache

    In the spirit of Colin Chapman, the brash auto racing entrepreneur who created the Lotus 38that won the 1965 Indy 500, we present the Wazee—a city bike that blends modern technology with retro racing aesthetics. The sleek and streamlined steel frame delivers the classic ride characteristics and road-feel that bicyclists prize. And with its Lotus-inspired Chapman green (of course) color scheme, the Wazee handles city streets with precision and panache. Our Wazee is the newest member of the Spot family but its heritage runs deep. Wazee Street is one of Denver's most storied thoroughfares, the epicenter of LoDo and beating heart of Mile-High commerce and culture. Anchoring the bike is the most innovative drive system available: a CenterTrack belt drive that motors fast and quiet, lap after lap after lap. Colin Chapman would be proud. AVAILABLE in shops now.

  • Ajax Open

    Ajax Open

    Face the city with a smile and an open mind

    The Ajax Open re-envisions what a high performance city bike can be. Cruisers and townies are fun but they limit your range due to their weight and clunkiness. The Ajax Open, by contrast, is a nimble eight-speeder that allows you to get out of the neighborhood and beyond the town limits with ease. Kit it out with fenders and a rack and the Ajax Open becomes a year-round do everything bike. Fitness rides? Check. City commutes? Roger. Shopping sprees? Oh yeah. How and where you ride is open to interpretation. Wired compared the Ajax and its stealthy matte black finish to an urban ninja. We agree. Hydraulic disc brakes provide stop-on-a dime braking, and the low-maintenance eight-speed shifting system and super-smooth belt drive slice through the city like a whisper. The Ajax Open delivers across the metrics that matter: performance, engineering (and with many of the same high-end features as our Acme Open), value. Face the city with a smile--and an open mind--on the Ajax Open.

  • Ajax


    An Urban Ninja

    Shhhh. What was that? Ajax moves through the city with stealth and speed, an urban ninja in matte black. Wired bestowed the Ajax with a Gear of the Year award and called it their “favorite urban velocipede we tested this year;” lofty praise from the oracles of innovation. At the heart of this bike’s performance is its new-school drivetrain: an eight-speed Alfine internal hub and super-smooth belt drive that slices through the city like a shinobi in the night. A favorite of tech-heads and entrepreneurs from Palo Alto to Brooklyn, the Ajax delivers across the metrics that matter: performance, engineering and, with many of the same high-end features as our Acme, value. Alas, even urban ninjas must complete the mission on budget. AVAILABLE in shops now.

  • Acme Open

    Acme Open

    Opening doors to rediscover the joy of cycling

    Fast, clean and colorful, the Acme Open is a modern city bike for today’s open-minded urban cyclist. Wear it with a skirt, a kilt, skinny jeans or a suit. The Open’s step-through frame opens possibilities for bike style and convenience. Well-appointed with a classy Uptown Grey finish and hi-viz red belt, the Acme Open pops with visual appeal. But it’s more than a looker. The Acme Open is lighter and faster than most city bikes, which means you get to work early and hit that restaurant reservation with time to spare. Forget greasy chains. The Acme Open’s sealed 11-speed hub and super-clean belt perform flawlessly, rain or shine, and never rust. Some dudes enjoy lubing their chains and getting their hands greasy. Not you. You know that bikes are for riding. Acme means “highest,” and this bike is the apex of modern urban cycling. The Acme Open: opening doors for you to rediscover the joy of cycling.

  • Acme


    The Joy of High Performance

    It’s no secret that the hunched-over geometry of road bikes alienates many cyclists. Enter the Acme, a city bike that hums along at road speeds while also allowing you to actually enjoy the ride. Think of it as a Mercedes on two wheels. The Acme is lighter and faster than most city bikes, which means you get to work on time with ease. It features the most advanced, reliable—and clean--drivetrain on the market: a sealed 11 speed shifter mated to a smooth and strong belt drive. Let’s face it: chains and derailleurs are a greasy time suck, and time is money for cyclists on the go. And like a high-performance European sedan, the frame’s gently swooping curves convey understated elegance. Acme means “highest,” and this bike is the apex of modern urban riding: a finely tuned mix of precision engineering, style, innovation and speed. Rediscover the joy of cycling. AVAILABLE in shops now.

  • Hektor


    track frameset

    Hektor - frame set/h1> Velodrome, Criterium, or Road - the Hektor frameset is the core around which to build a custom racing machine. Stiff, aggressive, and craving speed, yet supple and dynamic, the Hektor features LoPro geometry to deliver an agile, balanced, and comfortable ride for those who bring the challenge on themselves. The sculpted seams are welded from large volume, triple-butted, aero tubes for a highly stiff, tuned frameset, showcasing our years of design and craftsmanship. Comprised of frame, fork, headset, and of course 100% compatible with the Gates Carbon Drive.
  • Ludwig XIV

    Ludwig XIV

    fourteen speed Rohloff Speedhub

    Ludwig XIV is in the vanguard of the Schindelhauer-Family: he shines with one´s head held high above them all. Equipped with a 14-speed gear hub by Rohloff, the new found head truly lives up to his name. The new tourer combines in the customary fine Schindelhauer aesthetic both freedom from maintenance of the Carbon Drive belt paired with the efficiency of the Rohloff shifting system. In spite of its features like disk brake, Brooks leather saddle and if requested splash guard, Louise XIV embodies simple elegance of his Schindelhauer ancestors.


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