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.

  1. Satisfied with the model on this page? Then there are three steps left:
  2. Line: Choose one of three lines below
  3. Colour: Choose a colour for your Brik
  4. 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.

€ 899,-

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.

€ 1.049,-

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.

€ 1.449,-


Brik Brut StandardBrik Brut ComfortBrik Brut Premium
€ 899,-€ 1.049,-€ 1.449,-
Frame59 cmvv
TiresVredestein Dynamic TourvVredestein Classic Tour (black)
MudguardsSteel in frame colourvCurana Ilu (Aluminum)
SaddleSelle Royal RiovBrooks B17 Honing
GripsCork composite (black)vBrooks Slender Handvatten Honing
LightingOptionalOptionalBusch & Müller + naafdynamo
LockAxa Defender (ART2)Axa Defender (ART2)Axa Defender (ART2)
GearsShimano Nexus 3 Shimano Nexus 7 Shimano Nexus 8 Premium

Test ride

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