While there are thousands of bicycles on the market, commuter bikes require specific elements to make them easy to ride, good for city streets and relatively maintenance-free. The Quinn bike has all of these components and boasts a central compartment that is located directly beneath the rider's body to store a briefcase or similarly-shaped item.
Designed by Coast Cycles, the compartment is in very simple but rarely integrated within the bike's existing frame. The design allows the weight from the bag to be evenly and vertically distributed, meaning the rider doesn't have to balance out any side-leaning weight. While other commuter bikes feature carrying bins, they aren't similarly integrated or are often on the back, making it hard to see if the item goes missing along the ride.
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