Canadian bike company Brodie Bikes has released its 2015 drop-bar lineup, and there’s virtually something for everyone in this stable, including models built with steel, aluminum, titanium and stainless steel. The mix of fatter-than-the-standard road, touring and all-surface tires is also impressive.
“We’re in the business of making bikes we can be stoked on,” said Product Manager Bruce Spicer. “We continually evolve the bikes, depending on technology advancements, our own riding styles, and the needs of our customers.”
In addition to adding complete builds to its titanium Rodie and Romax lineup, Brodie has enhanced its Speed lineup with several disc road bikes.
“As the performance of road disc brakes improves, we can offer bikes with room for a larger tire and fender options, expanding the gear, route and weather options for roadies,” Spicer added. “Wolff is a great addition to the Speed series: durable, long-lasting and will never rust! Romulus, Remo and Tiber make the switch, but our very popular Roam, Pace and Pact will use long reach brakes to allow for fenders while keeping a classic style.”
Take a spin through our Brodie gallery; click on each image for a brief spec overview with pricing:
The Vancouver company certainly did its homework on hitting price points while offering several options for chasing grins on whatever surfaces tickle your fancy. More information can be found here.