Cruise through the city on this edgy bicycle
The Brik Brut is a powerful, chainless bicycle designed for confident city cyclists. Its frame is made of thick aluminium tubes giving it its tough and edgy look.
Made with top-notch Dutch craftsmanship and components, this bike can tackle anything the city brings your way. With its tough frame and maintenance-free shaft drive, it makes a real statement on the road and will last a lifetime.
Personalize your Brik
You can choose from a variety of colours, gears, brakes and other accessories to make this bicycle truly your own.
- Satisfied with the model on this page? Then there are three steps left:
- Line: Choose one of three lines below
- Colour: Choose a colour for your Brik
- Upgrade: Replace components or add accessories
Brik Brut Standard
The Standard line of the Brut features a 3 speed gearhub and an easy to use coasterbrake. The Comfortable Selle Royal Rio saddle and Axa Defender lock make this bicycle ready for a nice ride.
Brik Brut Comfort
The Comfort line of the Brut features some add-ons like rollerbrakes and an 7 speed gearhub. For optimal riding comfort. Comfortable for short and longer distances.
Brik Brut Premium
The Premium line of the Brut is provided with all kinds of luxury. The bicycle has a classic appearance with the leather saddle and grips and Crane bell. Equipped with aluminum Curana Ilu mudguards, 8 speed gearhub and lighting on a hubdynamo, this bicycle will please you in all aspects.
|Brik Brut Standard||Brik Brut Comfort||Brik Brut Premium|
|€ 899,-||€ 1.049,-||€ 1.449,-|
|Tires||Vredestein Dynamic Tour||v||Vredestein Classic Tour (black)|
|Mudguards||Steel in frame colour||v||Curana Ilu (Aluminum)|
|Saddle||Selle Royal Rio||v||Brooks B17 Honing|
|Grips||Cork composite (black)||v||Brooks Slender Handvatten Honing|
|Lighting||Optional||Optional||Busch & Müller + naafdynamo|
|Lock||Axa Defender (ART2)||Axa Defender (ART2)||Axa Defender (ART2)|
|Gears||Shimano Nexus 3||Shimano Nexus 7||Shimano Nexus 8 Premium|
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