Premium Bicycle Brand Budnitz Bicycles Launches Model No.3 Honey Special Edition, New Cutting Edge City Bicycle with Elegant Styling.

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Budnitz Bicycles launched their new Model No.3 Honey Edition bicycle today. The handmade special edition bike features high-tech components, cream tires, and honey-leather details that recall classic bicycles.

Budnitz Bicycles No.3 Honey Edition

Budnitz Bicycles No.3 Honey Edition

My goal for this special edition bicycle was to create a classic bike with modern, high-tech components that is elegant enough for the President of the United States to ride to a press conference," says Budnitz.

Premium luxury bicycle brand Budnitz Bicycles launched their latest bicycle today, Model No.3 Honey Edition, a new special edition bicycle featuring top-end titanium components paired with classic honey-leather details and cream tires.

“Budnitz Bicycles new No.3 Honey Edition continues our commitment to building only the most elegant, lightest, and fastest city bicycles in the world,” says founder Paul Budnitz. "Our bicycles are works of art, and like classic automobiles, they function immaculately."

Produced by hand in small runs and for sale for the first time today, Budnitz Model No.3 Honey Special Edition is a lightening fast gloss-black steel & titanium commuting bicycle featuring some of the best components in the world, many taken from top-end race bikes.

“The big 29-inch wheels and clean lines of No.3 make it the ultimate city bicycle, very fast with an incredibly smooth ride and stunning elegance,” says Budnitz.

Model No.3 incorporates Budnitz’ stunningly beautiful trademark split-tube cantilever frame, optimized to absorb road shock and provide a quick, responsive ride in a city environment. They also a feature silent and clean Gates Carbon belts instead of chain as well as titanium badges, handlebar, seatpost, and many other parts.

Base price is $3100.

“My goal for this special edition bicycle was to create a classic bike with modern, high-tech components that is elegant enough for the President of the United States to ride to a press conference, or for Pharrell Williams to ride to the Grammys” says Budnitz.

Budnitz Bicycles are 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. The company 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 has created or art directed virtually every Budnitz Bicycles & Kidrobot product; created Dunny and many other million-selling 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 in 2011, 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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