Not the cheapest bike on the market, but the Rasmus Gjesing ATB Tourist bicycle certainly offers some originality.
Rasmus Gjesing founded his bicycle company 12 years ago, offering an alternative to mass-produced cycles, with quality being the key selling point. He’s still making them from his own workshop with the ATB Tourist bicycle being just one example.
Great retro looks though, especially with the orange paint job, aluminium handlebars and the Brooks-made leather seat. But there’s also that steel frame and fenders (painted with zinc paint and powder coated) and a simplicity that only adds to its style. Not cheap though – expect to pay around $3200 (£1600).
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