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Civia Cycles North Loop, Halsted and Twin City

Civia Cycles was on display at the recent SaddleDrive dealer event held in Ogden, UT and put on my QBP (the largest bicycle parts & accessories distributor in the U.S.) Civia's tagline is "Beautiful Neighborhood Bikes" and that is quite accurate. Their bikes are not flashy or carbon or hydroformed ...    Read More »

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Salsa Casseroll vs. Surly Crosscheck vs. Civia Prospect

Hi guys, I'm sure you're ever tired of seeing these threads of bike choices, but I just had to get some other opinions out there. I began riding to work in 2009 when I purchased a brand new 2009 Kona Dew Plus. It was relatively cheap and after adding a rack, fenders, lock, helmet, I ended up sp ... Read More »

Civia Hyland alternate

I've been researching/pondering/wishing/dreaming of my new commuter bike. After a lot of looking and scheming, the Civia Hyland fit my needs and desires. At long last, I have the financial resources to get the bike I want. BUT.... It sounds like the Civia Hyland might be on its way out and it ... Read More »

Civia Bryant

[IMG]http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs811.snc4/69173_453089991379_600376379_5151605_4819531_n.jpg[/IMG] I just got this. I got the Alfine build and its nice and smooth. The pic is the newish Mary Ave bike/ped bridge over 280 in the San Jose area. I don't consider it a real commu ... Read More »

Civia's Scott Thayer Interviewed in Cycloculture

Civia aims to expand the offerings available to cyclo-commuters in the USA with bikes, bags, racks and fenders. Read about them here: [url]http://cycloculture.blogspot.com/2009/01/civias-scott-thayer-on-bikes-racks.html[/url] EnjoyRead More »

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