Vilano is a manufacturer of affordable bikes based in Elkton, Florida.
Founded in 2007, Vilano is an American manufacturer of bikes and other outdoor gear.
Products sold by the company include:
The company also sells a variety of accessories, including cycling shoes, replacement pedals, and storage stands.
Vilano provides customers with a one-year warranty on any manufacturer defects found in their bike frames and rigid forks. Original bike parts, such as crank arms, tires, tubes, paint, and decals, are covered for 30 days under the manufacturer defect warranty. Normal wear is not covered under warranty.
Vilano provides factory-direct bikes. All bikes arrive 90% assembled. The company recommends taking the bike to a local bike shop if you are uncomfortable assembling the remaining parts. Below are popular bike models offered by Vilano.
This bike blends modern functionality with classic design. It features mustache handlebars and a suspension saddle, allowing for a stable ride. This bike does away with cables, and a coaster brake allows riders to brake with their feet. The frame is a Hi0Tensile 700c steel frame, coupled with a classically-curved fork.
This bike is the perfect road bike for those looking for a practical way to get around. The bike is ideal for those new to cycling and can be used in an urban setting. The bike comes equipped with free pedals.
The R2 Commuter features a Shimano front derailleur and a Shimano Tourney rear derailleur. It also features a Shimano A050 thumb rear indexed 7-speed shifter. The brakes are constructed of alloy caliper.
This folding bike can be taken anywhere, and can easily be stored indoors. It comes equipped with a free rear rack, which allows riders to take cargo with them on their ride. The six-speed gear system is made possible by a twist-grip shifter. When folded, the bike measures 12” x 21” x 29”.
This bike can easily handle the commute to work or the local dirt path. The bike features a hydroformed alloy frame constructed by hand. It also comes equipped with a 24-speed system in addition to front and rear disc brakes, allowing riders maximum control when navigating tough terrain.
This post was last updated on December 28th, 2017 at 10:01 am