As the weather warms up, we start to see more and more beach cruiser bicycles on the beaches everywhere we look. Many beach goers can spot them as soon as they see one, but there are still many people who aren’t quite sure what they are. However, when they see them, they want one just because they look like fun. Beach cruiser bicycles are considered somewhat old school or vintage, and date back to the 1930′s when they were the most popular. In fact, they were extremely popular between 1930 and 1950. Today’s style characterizes that of the old beach cruiser style with upright seating, wide balloon style tires, comfortable wide seat, and simple construction. Although the popularity of the cruiser began to sag in the 1960′s, there was a new surge in popularity in the 1990′s when bicycle buyers began to gain appreciation for the classic vintage style once again. Since the 90′s, beach cruisers have been drawn to the beach with their beach cruiser bicycles for their style, simplicity, and affordability. These style bikes are most popular around oceanfront beach communities, large lakes with beautiful beaches, college campuses, large urban cities and flat rural areas. While this style bike is mostly used in beach towns, you will also see them in areas all over the country. In today’s hi-tech world of gadgets, there are still many people who appreciate riding on good old fashioned fun. And now, many beach cruiser bicycles fold up for the added convenience of transportation.
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