If only our Boracay honeymoon pushed through, I'm gonna have real hard time walking distance and distance of shores. I hate walking! Russell is too persistent on visiting the "exploited" island that is why, we're gonna book for another out-of-town trip sometime February. If only money is not a consideration, I would have bought myself a beach cruiser. Cruiser Bicycles
especially those with design labels can really gear up one's mood. I am really not a girlie-beach-buff but I personally like this one.
When you try visiting their website where you can see their online catalog
, you will be greeted with tons and tons of designs and wide array of bicycle products. It also has a page where you can see tehir available international shipping. Their blog
contains the newest updates and promotions that they offer. The FAQ section explains the details of their products quite easyto unnerstand. As I am writing this post, one of my QAS asked me what a beach cruiser really is.
Beach cruiser bikes are a comfortable and durable bike that were at a peak of popularity in the 1950s and 60s and have become popular again in recent years. They are known for their durability, heavy duty frames and thick balloon tires. Beach cruisers have large comfortable seats and low handlebars. They are usually one-speed, and use a coaster brake. The wide variety of colors is a new improvement in beach cruisers from the original models, though you can still get one in the formerly standard black. Today’s cruisers are made of lighter materials as well. Many bike aficionados modify their bike by extending it and lowering the base. Now there are beach cruiser models that are pre-manufactured stretched out and low riding. Today’s beach cruisers have their roots in sturdier bikes first produced by Schwinn in the 1930s. They started coming out with 2.125 inch balloon tires. This bicycle was a lot tougher than previous models, and the tires helped navigate potholes, curbs and bumps without getting flat tires or damaging inner tubes. Other manufacturers rapidly copied this design, complete with the balloon tires. These bikes also had a decorative tank and battery-operated headlights. Riders liked the springer fork suspension, motorcycle-style horn, shiny chrome and tanks.