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City Bikes
Learn More About City Bikes

City Bikes

Are you ready for an urban adventure? You don’t have to make the trek to a nature preserve to get in a good bike ride. Just look to the nearest city’s bike lanes and paths for proof. You can navigate streets on one of the best city cruiser bikes or a commuter bike perfect for short jaunts.

City Bikes for Painless Rides 

City bikes are great for cyclists who care about their posture. If you’re tired of crouching forward to grab the handlebars, a city bike is a great match. You can ride sitting upright and give your back a break. City bikes can also be adjusted to be easier on your knees. Say goodbye to those post-ride Epsom salt baths.

What Makes a City Bike?

Sometimes called urban bikes or utility bicycles, city bikes can vary greatly from one bike to the next—the traditional European city bike has a fairly specific design, but advances in engineering and a spread in popularity mean that modern women's and men's city bikes take on a wide range of forms to meet various cyclists' needs. Overall, though, all city bikes are made with the city in mind. Nothing's stopping you from taking a mountain bike into town, but if you live downtown, odds are you'd prefer a bike suited to the streets. City bikes often emphasize stability and comfort for frequent short, moderately paced rides in urban settings—common features include angled-back handlebars, skirt and chain guards, suspension forks and built-in lighting for riding after dark. The specifics depend on the user's needs, of course.

A Bike to Match Your Ride

When looking for one of the best city bikes, the key is to start by considering how and where you're going to ride. Daily commutes and casual jaunts or racing and fitness riding? Downtown bike lanes or unpaved trails? Flat terrain or steep hills? The best bike is the one that's built for the kind of riding you have in mind.

  • Comfort bikes are the right choice when you just need to get from point A to point B safely and comfortably, placing function over form. Many commuter bikes for sale can be considered comfort bikes, but they're also good for a short trip through town when you don't want to deal with car traffic. One key feature is the ergonomic frame and upright seating—important for easing tension in the shoulders, knees and lumbar region, as well as for getting a good view of the road. A basic front suspension also helps smooth the ride over the occasional bump and jolt. For users with arthritis, joint pain or other chronic pain issues, comfort bikes are the most accommodating option.
  • Cruiser bikes share a lot of design features with comfort bikes, such as upright seating, but are built for casual recreational use over daily commuting. Traditional cruiser bikes are made for the beach, so many cruisers emphasize stability with thick, durable tires and heavier frames; while this comes at a cost in speed, it's perfect for off-road trails and handles just as well on pavement. The best city cruiser bikes also have simply-built frames for easier maintenance and customization.
  • Hybrid bikes are made for versatility and performance, borrowing traits from mountain and road bikes alike. While hybrids can vary across this spectrum, they commonly feature lighter builds than comfort or cruiser bikes, geared towards efficient pedaling and ease of handling. Among city bikes, hybrids are a great option for fitness riding and can tackle hills and off-road trails. Serious off-roaders might prefer mountain bikes, but hybrids are the way to go when you also go on urban rides.

Matching the right style of bike to your environment, skill level and needs will ensure enjoyable rides for miles to come. If you need help deciding, ask for a test ride to get a good feel for the differences between styles. All of these categories include men's and women's city bikes as well as unisex models, and many models can be customized for form, function or comfort, so you can be confident that there's a right bike for you.

Customize Your City Bike  

There’s nothing like a bicycle built for you. The city bikes for sale on sixthreezero can be customized in lots of ways. Pick the frame color that tickles your fancy and upgrade your tires if you know pot holes await. You can even customize the bike seat on your city bike and add accessories like locked storage or an open basket. 

Ready, set, explore your city. You haven’t gotten to know your community until you’ve sailed across the streets on a new city bike. Sixthreezero has both men’s and women’s city bikes – and our Body Fit tool makes it simple to find a bike that will work with your body type. 

Get started with a new bike today, and you’ll be on a city bike adventure before you know it. Check our rides that are perfect for city streets.

Want to explore beyond your own neighborhood? Join our Journey Club to uncover new and exciting ride locations around the globe!

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