Designed by bicycle-builder Elian Veltman, Minute’s bikes modernize urban cycling for today’s smoother, cleaner streets. While large wheels suited the muddy roads that predominated when bikes were invented 120 years ago, today’s designs don’t need the extra heft. In fact, Minute’s small-wheeled bikes are just as fast and stronger and more agile than most counterparts. Minute’s compact bikes are especially designed for city use, and, in addition to those tiny wheels, have practical features such as built-in front racks and frames light enough to carry up a flight of stairs. The first wave of Minute bikes have Brooks saddles, stainless steel fenders, and special edition markers as well.

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