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EB14: Gallery of Electra’s Latest Cruiser, City & Mountain (?!?) Bikes

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Since we’ve started making the trip to Eurobike, Electra has commandeered an entire hallway between main halls, showcasing their expansive collection of cruiser and city bikes in a dark, classy fashion. Each year, the paint schemes and decorations update, but the foundation on which those colors are applied remains more or less the same. And that’s fine, because they look great and cover the range of casual riding opportunities. From rolling along the boardwalk to cruising to the coffee shop to commuting to work, there’s something here to help you do it in style. And we’ve captured it all in a fine gallery.

What is new for 2015 is the Moto, a mountain bike line with beach cruiser aesthetic. Considering Trek’s their new parent, the similarity to the Gary Fisher Sawyer can be forgiven. Scroll on down to see them…

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At the top is one of the Attitude Cruisers. Directly above is a Delivery version of the Attitude Cruiser.

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Men’s Townie.

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More men’s Attitude Cruisers on the left, women’s Classic Cruisers on the right.

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This green one and the pink and orange below it are the women’s Amsterdam. Skirt protectors for the rear wheel are available on all of them, but only shown on the pink one.

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Women’s Classic Cruiser.

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Women’s Fashion Cruiser with wood racks front and rear.

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Accessories to match the bike’s paint schemes.

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Youth and kids cruisers.

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Men’s and women’s Ticino.

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More women’s Ticinos.

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Men’s and women’s Loft city bikes.

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The Moto is a hardtail 29er that’s part cruiser, part mountain bike and part BMX. It has an alloy frame with disc brakes and a choice of singlespeed or 3-speed internally geared hub.

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anonymous
anonymous
8 years ago

We all know that’s what British 3-speeds looked like back in the day, with the internal gear hub and the union jack and rather such.

King County
King County
8 years ago

The writer’s remark, “Considering Trek’s their new parent, the similarity to the Gary Fisher Sawyer can be forgiven”, in interesting. There were so many bikes to predate the Sawyer, that had retro styling and trail geometry.

Eric.NM
Eric.NM
8 years ago

FYI: The Sawyer had a twin top tube; it’s not that similar to my eyes. But most importantly, the tube set Trek / Fisher used in the Sawyer gave it the ride feel of a plumbing pipes welded together by an unholy chimera of a frame builder and a plumber. I couldn’t get rid of mine fast enough. Hopefully, this new Electra will have a better ride quality than the Sawyer did. : /

Brigand
8 years ago

I was under the impression that Sawyer was a Jones copy, like many other things with Trek 😛

Chris
Chris
8 years ago

MTB has shades of the humuhumu-nukunuku-a-apu’a.

kevin
kevin
8 years ago

Those Sawyers…lean it over into a turn and prepare to pick yourself up off the ground. For the life of me I couldn’t get that baby to lean with me.

Ryan
Ryan
8 years ago

The Moto could be a fraternal twin to my Kona A’ha. However, upon conversations regarding this with those in the know, the MTB application should be limited to the tamest/lamest of mountains. Whereas my A’ha has climbed Pikes Peak, broken my face, and pounded thousands of rough miles without so much as a whimper.

tawaitai
tawaitai
7 years ago

Finally a MTBMX-CRUISER with radical-styling and retro cues. The simplicity of a single-speed in the Moto-1 or versatility of the SRAM internal hub 3-speed Moto-3i model. I can already see personal upgrades for customization. I sold the Transition-Klunker because it only comes in a 26” model, if it was a 29er it would still be in my stable. Both bikes similar in the MTB/CRUISER/BMX fashion with the Moto being a 29er and Mechanical-Disc Brakes with the 3-Speed option available for Navigating hilly-terrains. Price point is better considering it’s a 29er and Disc-Brakes, not to mention it has a 6061-T6 alloy frame which the Transition-Klunker comes in a Cro-Mo frame only. Transition should (transition) to a 29er option since they make a really cool Klunker.

Chris
Chris
7 years ago

I put some vintage v brace blue anodized bmx bars, upgraded bmx pedals(blue) , and a few other goodies on mine(blue moto 1).most fun bike ever..

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