The Village Bikes of Athens
My dad and I just got back into biking and got some new bikes. We run a secondhand/antique/candy shop in a little village in Ontario. We decided to get the old-fashioned style "comfort" bikes to just casually cruise around town. Our store is new and has got us very interested in studying local history, so I wanted to be able to ride around to get a closer look at things. Also, there has been some vandalism and we like the idea of taking a ride at night for fun but also to let people know the streets aren't as dead as they seem. We call them "village bikes" because "comfort" sounds kinda uncool. As soon as we tell people that we decided to get village bikes, they usually agree that it makes a lot more sense for the casual rider than the mountain bikes and racers most people buy. I feel like I could ride this bike for hours, just crawling along on 2nd speed, but it still only takes about 20 minutes to see the whole town!
I have the Supercycle San Pedro (Black/Red)
He has the Schwinn Tim Horton's 40th Anniversary Edition (Red/White)