Manhattan Aero Cruiser Bike

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MSRP : $250.00

Product Description

Manhattan's Aero lets you enjoy super comfort in simple style. It's a one-speed with a coaster brake which is all you need to have lots of fun. A traditional frame, plush dual-spring seat, cushy fat tires and wide handlebars make the Aero a great looking and riding bike. Plus, this cool cruiser has easy-pedaling aluminum wheels that make every ride a joy.

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Aero or light wheelset for dry/grass/hard pack CX racing

Hello fellow members, Quick question here, didn't find my answer within the forums. Currently looking to purchase or build a racing wheel set for the remaining CX season. Racing in SoCal so our CX courses aren't very wet at all. Most are dry, hard pack, lots of grass, little sand I want to ... Read More »

Dengfu aero frame

Morning all, I am seeking info on Dengfu aero frame FM206. I have previously purchased from yoeleo but they don't provide a aero model like Dengfu. [FONT=Arial][COLOR=#ffffff][B]Regards. [/B][/COLOR][/FONT] scott.Read More »

To add aero bars or not?

So i know i just got my bike, this week. I have standard drop bar. I want to add the aero extension bars, but are these overkill for somoeone who will be riding the bike outside saturday and sunday. I also do the stationary bike 60 mins (tues, weds, thurs). I am sort like ricky bobby, i just wan ... Read More »

TT/Aero/U-Brake vs standard side-pull brake for road bike

Brakes such as the [URL=""]TRP T925[/URL] or [URL=""]Campagnolo TT brakes[/URL] can be mounted the same way as regular side-pull brakes. If they are more ae ... Read More »

Aero wheels and climbing time trial

Hello everyone. This is my first post and I have what may or may not be a dumb question. I have entered a time trial that takes place this Saturday. It is 6.6 miles and 2600' of elevation gain. Straight up. My wife has a pair of aero wheels that she has offered to let me use for the event. These whe ... Read More »

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