New! We can now ship bikes to your home
Some assembly required upon delivery (such as attaching the pedals, seat and handlebars). Instructions included. Shipping of bike orders may be delayed up to 3 weeks.
- Co-op CyclesCTY 1.1 Bike$549.00
- Co-op CyclesCTY 2.1 Bike$749.00
- Co-op CyclesCTY 2.2 Bike$1,099.00
- Co-op CyclesCTY 2.1 Step-Through Bike$749.00
- 2 colors availableCannondaleQuick 6 Women's Bike - 2019$503.73 Compared to$630.00You save 20%
- Co-op CyclesCTY 3.1 Bike$933.93 Compared to$1,099.00You save 15%
- CannondaleQuick Disc 3 Women's Bike - 2020$800.00
- CannondaleQuick Neo SL 2 Electric Bike$2,300.00
- CannondaleQuick Neo SL 1 Electric Bike$2,800.00
- GHOSTHybride Square Trekking B1.8 AL Electric Bike$2,463.93 Compared to$2,899.00You save 15%
- Pure CyclesOriginal Series Bike$399.00
- CannondaleTesoro Neo X 1 Remixte Electric Bike$4,750.00
- CannondaleCanvas Neo 1 Electric Bike$4,200.00
- GHOSTHybride Square Trekking B1.8 AL Step-Through Electric Bike$2,463.93 Compared to$2,899.00You save 15%
- CannondaleQuick Neo SL 1 Remixte Electric Bike$2,800.00
- CannondaleCanvas Neo 2 Electric Bike$2,999.93 Compared to$3,200.00You save 6%
- GHOSTHybride Square Trekking 5.8 Step-Through Electric Bike$3,144.93 Compared to$3,699.95You save 15%
- GHOSTHybride Square Trekking 5.8 Electric Bike$3,144.93 Compared to$3,699.95You save 15%
- CannondaleCanvas Neo 2 Remixte Electric Bike - 2020$2,999.93 Compared to$3,200.00You save 6%
- CannondaleMavaro Neo City Electric Bike$2,750.00
- CannondaleCanvas Neo 1 Remixte Electric Bike$4,200.00
- CannondaleTesoro NEO X Speed Electric Bike$4,200.00
Considerations for Buying a Hybrid Bike
The right hybrid bike for you will depend on how you plan to use it and what features are important to you.
- Gearing: Hybrid bikes can come with anywhere from 1 to 30 gears. If you mostly ride on flat ground, you probably don't need as many lower gears, which keeps your bike lighter. If you live somewhere hilly, you might want a wider set of gears to help you power up hills.
- Suspension: Hybrid bikes often feature no suspension at all, but if you're riding urban streets with cracks and potholes, a bike with a front suspension fork will make your ride more comfortable.
- Brakes: Disc brakes have become a popular choice for hybrid bikes because they offer more stopping power, especially in wet conditions. You can choose between mechanical and hydraulic disc brakes. You can also look for traditional rim brakes that are cheaper and easier to maintain or replace.
- Handlebars: If speed and efficiency are your priority, look for drop bars. If you'd prefer a more upright position for comfort and visibility, look for flat or riser bars.
Once you've chosen your new ride, think about what accessories and clothes you'll need to make your ride as enjoyable as possible. Bike lights, helmets, and bags are all important choices, especially for commuting.