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    SIMCOE bikes have arrived

    Last updated 4 years ago

    We have been waiting two years for these bikes to be manufactured and they are finally here. Simplicity, style and quality is a simple way to describe these bikes.  If you want to know how we really feel about Simcoe, you better grab seat.  We currently have the Signature 3 speed models for both the roadster and step through. The powder coated frames with color matched chain guard, fenders and rack are stunning. There are also many small details that can only be appreciated up close.  The Shimano Nexus 3 speed with a Microshift is precise and shifts beautifully.  Schwable Delta Cruisers and the Brooks B68 saddle makes Simcoe the perfect city bike

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    Great New bike bags from Linus

    Last updated 4 years ago

    Linus has recently released two new bags called the Harrison and the Eleanor. Both of these bags look great on a bike or on a body. Here is a brief description of each

    The Eleanor - A simple but classy bag.  Can be used for work, play or getting groceries. Durable canvas leather straps and base, magnetic closure and an extra interior pocket for an ipad

    The Harrison - A very stylish briefcase also made of canvas  with handsome leather handles and a removable canvas shoulder strap. There are three different interior pockets.  One of the pockets can safely hold a 15" Macbook

    Both of these models come with durable rack attachments hooks for easy attachment and removable. They also include mini padlocks for security.  Available in army green or navy blue. These bags fit on any of the Linus rear racks, but will also fit most other racks as well.

    Now available at A Street Bike Named Desire



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    Babboe ELECTRIC Cargo Bike

    Last updated 4 years ago

    We love Cargo bikes and we love electric bikes.  We have sold each of these product separately and created lots of smiles.  However putting the two together was something we had not yet attempted.  Can it be done? SURE! Is it awesome? YES

     We were able to add a Bionx electric bike conversion kit to a Babboe Curve Cargo bike.  There are four levels of power assistance when pedaling and a throttle for powering the trike without pedaling.  We had a lot of fun with this project and the Belangers were a great family to work with.


    Happy  Valentines Day!

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    Happy New Year from A Street Bike Named Desire

    Last updated 4 years ago

    We hope Everyone had a great Holiday Season and your 2014 is off to a great start.  Many of you are out enjoying your new bikes in this amazing California weather.  We had our best December ever at the shop and we appreciate the business. In the next few months we will be introducing some exciting new bike lines to add to our collection. Until then we are well stocked with Babboe Cargo bikes, Linus, Paperbikes, Retrovelos and of course Bromptons. We just received a large shipment of Bromptons and assembled are brilliant new Brompton display.  Don't forget to check out the Brompton bike builder at A Street Bike Named Desire to customize the Brompton folding bike of your dreams. Have a Happy and Safe New Year

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    Bert Cebular will be missed

    Last updated 4 years ago

    It saddens us to hear that Bert Cebular founder of NYCEwheels died last week in a paragliding accident.  Prior to opening Streetbike, we did a lot of business with Bert.  He was always kind, respectful and a pleasure to work with. Most people can agree that Bert played a major role in promoting both folding and Electric Bikes in the United States. Bert has certainly inspired us and I'm sure many other bike shops throughout the Country.  As busy as he was, he always took time with everyone over the phone and through social media.  Bert you will be missed

    -A Street Bike Named Desire

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