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Where do you want to be on two wheels? A Street Bike Named Desire wants to know.

Last updated 6 years ago

It's not a well-kept secret that the natural beauty of the San Francisco Bay compells many who visit to find their way back to stay. Generations of adventurous people call the SF Bay area home because they can get outside and enjoy the variety of local destinations where fresh air and sunshine await. Which begs the question - where do you ride your bike?

Are you a Saturday morning shopper, heading out to visit your favorite farmer's market? There are so many great communities where the abundance of farm-fresh locally grown produce attracts cooks and families to fill their bags and baskets. If you want to make a huge splash on your next trip to the market, let us show you how much easier it is to shop with a Christiania box bike! This unique bike offers you the ability to stylishly carry kids AND your farmer's market catch-of-the-day. If you have little kids, you need the Christiania box cycle to show your kids that riding a bike is a great way to get to school, the park or any other outdoor destination. No matter what you carry, you'll be riding in comfort and style.

What about the weekday morning and evening riders? If you are one of the thousands of people who drive their car and park at the  Caltrain or BART station to get to work, you should rethink your routine. The opportunity to get a healthy dose of fresh air and exercise on a frequent basis is a great reason to have a folding bike. The Brompton line of folding bikes is simply the best of the best - tremendous quality, ingenius design, comfort and style - a great way to commute to and from the train. If you frequently yearn for more time to exercise or relax, let us introduce you to the commuter bike that will get you a dose of both on your way to or from the office!

A Street Bike Named Desire is weeks away from opening at the Town & Country Village in Palo Alto, CA. We'll offer the very best of european city bikes, cargo bikes, commuter bikes and electric bikes from around the world. Make plans to visit us after we open in the beginning of June and you'll see transportation at the intersection of style and good health.   


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