Amsterdam, the city of bikes. Did you know that there are more bikes in the city than people who are living there? I can say I am one of them, with three bikes in my property. One is broken, the other one is an old city bike and the third one is my newest proud; my cheetah fixed bike. Especially since this summer, my love for bikes started to grow and I desperately wanted a bike who is light in weight and fast enough to bring me anywhere in time. So here it is, my red Cheetah bike, with a bite.
Cheetah is a brand I recently discovered and really has an amazing collection funky bikes. So definitely for a person like me, who is always in the search for something unique, especially loves a bike like this. Next to the cool red frame – which is so much better than all the black you see on the streets – I love how it match with the light colored wheels and the brown of the saddle and handles. Even though it is a really sporty bike, it also looks kinda chic in these colors! Special for you we have a discount code of 15% off on their website, which is floortje15, so make sure to check it out!
So what makes the difference between a city bike and a fixed bike I hear you asking? Well, we all know a city bike as a comfortable bike to bring us from A to B, sometimes with groceries on the side or a basked in front, like you see a lot in Amsterdam. A fixed bike is next level cycling. You learn forward so it feels and looks more sporty. Next to that, it is very light weight so it is, like I already said, very fast. This is also because of the smaller wheels that will bring you from A to B two times faster :-).