Folding Bicycles are ideal for those who need to travel with their bike, want a bike to keep on their boat or plane.
BMX Bicycles are popular with kids because of their small size, but they are used by adults and kids alike for various styles of trick and stunt riding.
The term “city bike” doesn’t really refer to a specific category of bikes; it’s more of a general descriptive term.
Flat-Foot Comfort Bikes
Flat-Foot Comfort Bicycles are a sub-category of cruiser bikes.
Cruiser Bicycles are similar to hybrid bikes, in that they are designed for casual riding, and have a very comfortabl
Dual-Sport Bicycles are a sub-category of hybrid bikes oriented towards riders who want the multi-surface versatility of a hybrid bike.
Hybrid Bicycles were originally conceived to provide the advantages of both road bikes and mountain bikes.
Mountain Bicycles are design for riding rough off-road trails. They have flat or upright handlebars
Track/Fixed-Gear Bicycles or fixies are designed to be ridden on a velodrome, which is a banked oval track specifically for bicycle racing.
Fitness Bicycles have most of the advantages of regular road bikes–lightweight frames and relatively narrow tires for efficiency on pavement.
Triathlon/Time Trial Bikes
Triathlon/Time Trial Bicycles are road bikes with a special design that maximizes their aerodynamic properties.
Adventure Road Bikes
Adventure Road Bicycles are one of the newest categories of bicycle. They are sometimes called all-road bikes, any-road bikes
Touring bicycles are another special type of road bike. They are designed to be ridden on pavement, but are more durable for use on self-supported long-distance riding.
Cyclocross bicycles are a special type of road bike designed to be raced on a mixed surface course
Road bicycles are designed to be ridden fast on smooth pavement. They have smooth, skinny tires and “drop” handlebars.