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Reid Bikes offers IBDs a $329 commuter bike to compete with department store offerings

Published August 16, 2017

FRYEBURG, Maine (BRAIN) — Reid Bikes, an Australia-based brand distributed in the U.S. since 2015, is now offering IBDs a $329 commuter bike that the brand said will allow shops to compete with department store bikes.

The Transit is a 21-speed commuter with an aluminum frame. It has a lifetime frame and fork warranty and a one-year warranty on non-consumable parts. The bike has a Shimano drivetrain, alloy direct-pull brakes, double-wall aluminum rims, and alloy hubs. The frame and fork have rack and fender mounts. 

It's available in four sizes. 

Reid bikes are distributed in the U.S. by Hans Johnsen, Downeast, Olympic and Wilson.

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