Roetz-Bikes creates stylish city-bikes in a responsible way.

21 December of 2012 by

Each year in the Netherlands more than one million bikes are sold. However, the side-effect is that just as many bikes are thrown away. In participation to save the planet, Roetz-Bikes have refurbished used bicycles to give them another chance to shine. The wheels, handlebars and seat really capture a charming vintage feel. However, their most prominent feature is the sturdy basket carrier on the front of the handle bars in the form of a reused crate or close-able sack. Ride your way into the next generation of responsible fuel consumption and recycling geniuses.

Prices go from € 499 to € 799




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