The trapezoid frame
Women bikes have been around since the beginning of the bicycle. Originally, the flattened frames were developed to prevent immoral airing of the skirt. Today, the shape of the frame makes it easier to get started and thus provides considerably more security than the classic diamond frame. In the course of time, the designs have changed significantly and the current models look just as sporty and chic as the comparable men's bikes. In addition, stability and torsional rigidity are at the same level.
Choosing the right equipment
Hardly any other category offers a comparable selection of different equipment and components. The spectrum ranges from low-cost entry-level models for occasional tours to high-end bikes with XT gearshift and supernova lighting. From the manufacturers point of view, the focus is always on the quality and durability of the installed parts. Attachments such as stands, mudguards and luggage racks will also meet this requirement. This ensures that no part rattles or grinds. The low-maintenance components permit long-term, sporty use and are rarely seen in workshops.
Even optically modern
These bikes have successfully left the formerly somewhat dusty image behind them. With their sleek and slender aluminium frames and bold designs, these wheels look both sporty and serious. Drivers who have opted for a cross or mountainbike in the past for optical reasons can now choose from many fresh colours. These bikes cut a good figure, both on the city tour and the extensive biketour. Optical and technical real treasures!
From the mountains to the bicycle lane
The range of applications for these bikes is almost unlimited. For sporty tours, the high-quality components help to cope with long distances, while the equipment of the bikes in the urban jungle provides a high level of safety. Equipped with saddlebags, it is also possible to plan bike trips of several days or transport medium loads. Even in adverse conditions, such as rain or darkness, you always have a reliable companion. The lights provide sufficient visibility and the mudguards keep the driver dry - so a change of weather or the dusk does not mean the end of your trip.