Classic city bicycle is a name that represents a specific type of bicycle. At the same time, "city bike" is also an adjective, used to describe the kind of people who love and enjoy life. City bicycles are bicycles designed for residents living in cities to relieve certain urban traffic pressure and meet people's daily travel needs.
City bicycles originated abroad. In Europe and the United States, people widely use city bicycles as the first choice for urban travel.
In the bicycle capital of Europe, the Netherlands, fiets and stadsfiets are used to distinguish bicycles from city bicycles. A standard Stadsfiets (city bicycle) usually has the following characteristics: upright riding posture, fully enclosed chain box, rear wheel fender, ring lock, wheel hub transmission, motor hub, small manual car bell and built-in lamps.
The classic city bicycle is more suitable for urban environments and usually has an elevated handlebar so that the rider can have an upright sitting position when riding. They don’t have many gears, but they have more material than road bikes. They may have a top central rack rod to facilitate the installation and removal of components, and front and rear racks to carry people and objects. The seat is usually larger than other bicycles, and most city bicycles are equipped with chains and tires to protect against oil and dust.