Hybrid & Fitness
Get into your saddle and start enjoying what riding a bike is all about. Not every ride has a reason; not everyone wants to race. Let’s get back to riding like you did when you were a kid. Just for fun.
Our Bike guides are designed to highlight specific product offerings and give cyclists a reference point in a particular bike category. In addition to the bikes in our guide we carry a wide range of bicycles to accomodate riders of all styles and abilities.
Cannondale Quick 6
A great bike for riding in the city, the surburbs, or light trail systems. With a performance based approach to recreational cycling, the Quick combines great comfort and convenience with a bike that can take on some real outdoor experiences. On the road or trail, you have the option to ride hard, or just cruise around.
Better: Cannondale Quick CX 4
The more rugged, robust version of the Quick, the Quick CX is equipped with hydraulic disc brakes for better stopping power in tough conditions. It's frame clearance also makes way for a much bigger, knobbier tire should riders want to take this bike off the beaten path.
Best: Specialized Crosstrail Sport Disc
Comfort, control and performance on any terrain. The Crosstrail comes with fast-rolling tires that are big and grippy enough for almost any terrain. A suspension fork with lockout allows for comfort on rough terrain without compromising power during smooth, flat riding.