Brodie is celebrating their 25th anniversary by unleashing a full run of new and updated bicycles covering every riding style but full on downhill/freeride. In this post we’re bringing you the road, commuter and cyclocross bikes, starting with the Speed Series of drop bar bikes for everything from touring and commuting to road riding and cyclocross.
Shown above is the Remo, which they say is suitable for “longer charity rides, fondos, beginner triathlon, commuting”.
Jump past the break for pics and quick snippets about each of the 2011 bikes…
2011 Brodie Remus.
Argus (Touring â€“ $1199 msrp)
EXPRESS Series â€“ Flat Bar Commuter / Road â€œshaped, elegant, usefulâ€
Express Series (except Voltage) receives shaped, lighter frames and are fully set up for rack/fender mounts. They have a slightly more upright riding position. There’s a front suspension option for the Dynamo and a new ladies frame and 62cm frame on select models. New Alfine-11 Speed model, the â€˜Onceâ€™ (â€œOn-Sayâ€- 11 in Spanish).
JOURNEY Series â€“ Hybrid / Comfort / Cruiser â€œgetting more for less; kick stands, racks and fendersâ€
The Quantum receives a 63mm lockout fork, kickstand, fenders and rack. Sterling now comes with disc brakes and kickstand. Pax gets â€˜blinged-outâ€™ with new rack and chain guard.