Omafiets 3-Speed

Oma with 8-speed and roller brakes

Oma with front rack

Opa 3-speed

Transport fiets with front rack

Oma 8-speed

Opa 3-speed

Opa with cross frame

Oma with cross frame

Optional front rack

Oma detail

Oma detail

Oma detail

Oma & Opafiets (Grandma & Grandpa bikes)

These classic Dutch City bikes are hand-built and will last you for decades of comfortable and reliable enjoyment. This is the modern evolution of the very popular Dutch grandma and grandpa bikes. These City bikes are handbuilt with special powdercoat, stainless steel, reinforced wheels with fat tires and of course extreme attention to detail.

The upright riding position, chainguard, flat pedals and coat protector allows you to arrive comfortably and in your regular attire. (No special bike wardrobe required!) These bikes are smooth and extremely comfortable, utilitarian and a lot of fun to ride. There are cheaper city bikes out there but the quality and durability of our bikes are absolutely incomparable. Ask any Dutch!

Ideal uses: Commuting, errands, multi-child transport, general utility and transport.

Features:

  • Hand-brazed, lugged steel frame, oversized tubing
  • Heavy Duty 28″ wheels with special double wall rims
  • Zinc carbonate primer, wear resistant powdercoat
  • Gel saddle
  • Puncture resistant, 47mm Schwalbe Marathon tires
  • Shimano roller brake front, coaster brake rear
  • Shimano 3-speed, internally geared hub
  • Hub dynamo, halogen headlamp, LED taillight with standlight
  • Zinc- and powder-coated mudguards, coat guards, chain-case
  • Rear wheel lock, chromed, brass bell
  • Heavy duty rear rack, center stand and mud flap
  • Double parking stand, steering stabilizer

    Options:

    • Shimano 8-speed, internally geared hub
    • Roller-brakes F/R
    • Sprung leather saddle
    • Frame-fixed, removable front carrier
    • Frame sizes: 49, 53, 57, 61cm, (65cm opa)- no charge
    • Cross frame

    Starting at $1199.00 plus tax - Please call 415.420.9649 or Email to order

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