vanmoof introduces T series urban compact cruiser bike vanmoof introduces T series urban compact cruiser bike
jun 11, 2014

vanmoof introduces T series urban compact cruiser bike

vanmoof T series urban compact cruiser bike
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following up to their intelligent ‘electrified’ model, amsterdam-based vanmoof have introduced the ‘T series’ urban compact cruiser, a functional bicycle designed for densely populated cities. incorporating a smaller version of vanmoof’s trademark liquid coated aluminum frame, it also comes equipped with 20 inch puncture protected wheels, 2 speed integrated gear hub, fully enclosed anti-rust chain, mechanical front and rear disk brakes, high powered LED bike lights based on philips’ luxeon technology and a vanmoof x commute saddle. weighing just 11kg, the T series comes available in white, black and orange and can be ordered here.

VANMOOF introduces T series urban compact cruiser bike

front 3/4 view

VANMOOF introduces T series urban compact cruiser bike
rear 3/4 view

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