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Beautiful simplicity - the TSR 2 features the new Sturmey-Archer 'kick-shift' two-speed gear with an integrated back-pedal brake, and belt-drive. Two well-spaced ratios keep you moving through city streets - no shifters, no cable, no adjustment.

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Shown here in single speed belt drive, featuring Phil Wood's new rear cog for the Gates belt drive system. This cog is a work of machined art, and incorporates White Industries free wheel internals.
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Beyond the tall grasses and tattered barbed wire fence sat a fuselage of a an old WW2 bomber plane. It’s once striking rivet strewn shell now dripping with rust stains, vivid colors faded in the sun’s rays, yet still commanding an air of respect from those that gazed upon it. I wanted to create a bicycle that took me back to those days of yearning to jump the fence and sit within that planes cockpit.

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Trifecta of comfort, style and utility. The belt-drive Growler Getter shown below features a hand-built front rack. The She-Growler is accented with hand-turned wooden fabrications.

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Our cruisers earn their wings by defying convention. They take the classic cruiser mentality, and make it more practical than ever before. The traditional chain is replaced with a belt drive, reducing maintenance to virtually zero, and the light weight frame lets you climb as well as cruise. You won't break any land speed records, but you won't burn any holes in the ozone layer either. That seems wings worthy to us.

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Our cruisers earn their wings by defying convention. They take the classic cruiser mentality, and make it more practical than ever before. The traditional chain is replaced with a belt drive, reducing maintenance to virtually zero, and the light weight frame lets you climb as well as cruise. You won't break any land speed records, but you won't burn any holes in the ozone layer either. That seems wings worthy to us.

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