Premium Bicycle Brand Budnitz Bicycles Launches Model No.4, Innovative Compact City Bicycle Made for Big City Living

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Budnitz Bicycles launched their new compact Model No.4 city bicycle today. The cutting-edge, minimalist stainless steel & titanium bicycle is specially designed for big-city living, built to fit in small spaces and for maneuvering busy city streets.

Budnitz Bicycles Model No.4 in Stainless Steel

Budnitz Bicycles Model No.4 in Stainless Steel

"A big-city bicycle designed to fit in small places. People call this bicycle a BMX bike on steroids. " — Paul Budnitz, Founder, Budnitz Bicycles

Premium bicycle brand Budnitz Bicycles launched their new Model No.4 city bicycle today. The cutting-edge, compact stainless steel and titanium bicycle was specially created for big-city living.

“This is a bicycle that was created to fit in small spaces and for maneuvering busy city streets. You can ride No.4 right into an elevator. It fits in trunks of cabs, small apartments, and under airplanes and is a complete blast to ride,” says creator Paul Budnitz.

Stunningly beautiful, with clean lines and minimal logos that recall vintage motorcycles, Budnitz Model No.4 is available in brushed stainless steel or black gloss. All models feature many handmade titanium parts, titanium badges, and Budnitz' unique trademark split-tube Cantilever Frame, optimized to absorb road shock and provide a quick, responsive ride. No.4 also features silent Gates Carbon belts instead of a chain and space-efficient 24-inch tires.

Besides its space-efficient size, Model No.4 is also just a lot of fun to ride.

“I wanted to build small bike to travel with and to keep in my New York City apartment. I was inspired by BMX bikes and vintage Aston-Martins. What I created was a gorgeous little bike that is also just so much fun to ride ride. This bicycle turns heads and makes you feel like a kid again,” says Budnitz.

Budnitz Model No.4 features world-class components by small manufacturers adapted from top-end racing bikes. Base price is $2800.

“This bicycle continues our commitment to produce the fastest, lightest, and most beautiful bicycles in the world. We believe that building beautiful things that are made to last transforms the world we live in,” says Budnitz.

No.4 is the fourth model in Budnitz Bicycles' unique line-up of unique high-end urban titanium and stainless steel bicycles. It follows on the heels of full-sized titanium models No.1, No.2, and No.3. The Budnitz Bicycles web store also features handmade titanium parts, apparel, and signed bicycle artwork by world-renowned illustrators and artists.

Budnitz Bicycles are made by hand in the USA and sold exclusively online at http://budnitzbicycles.com.

ABOUT BUDNITZ BICYCLES
Budnitz Bicycles (http://budnitzbicycles.com) creates the fastest, most beautiful, and most elegant urban bicycles in the world. Combining advance design and top-end components with founder Paul Budnitz’ eye for detail, Budnitz Bicycles makes striking, lightning-fast titanium & stainless steel bicycles that are built to last a lifetime. Budnitz Bicycles was founded in 2011 and is based in Boulder, Colorado with offices in New York City.

ABOUT PAUL BUDNITZ
Paul Budnitz is well known as the founder of Kidrobot, the world's premier creator of art toys, fashion apparel & accessories. Budnitz' obsession with creating the perfect urban bicycles lead him to found Budnitz Bicycles in 2011.

Budnitz art directed virtually every Kidrobot & Budnitz Bicycles product; created Dunny and many other signature platform toys; and has designed retail stores, nightclubs, apparel, and bicycles. Over a dozen Budnitz designs are part of the collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. He has worked with designers from Shepard Fairy to Frank Kozik to Marc Jacobs, and brands including Nike, Hermes, Volkswagen, and many others.

In 2010, Budnitz authored I AM PLASTIC, TOO, his 2nd book on designer toys, and The Hole in the Middle, a children’s book published by Disney/Hyperion. Budnitz is the director of two award winning feature films. He is also an accomplished software designer, and is currently creating children’s apps for Callaway Digital Arts.

Budnitz speaks on innovation & creativity worldwide, and blogs at http://paulbudnitz.com. He lives in New York City & Colorado and owns 50 pairs of size 13 sneakers.

CONTACT
Budnitz Bicycles
press(at)budnitzbicycles(dot)com
+1 303-647-9197 x 3
http://www.budnitzbicycles.com
Facebook: Budnitzbicycles
Twitter: @budnitzbicycles

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