The Verge bikes are pretty to look at. But a whole lot better to ride. Some people believe that you need large wheels to go fast. Others know that the engine is where it’s at. Beauty is in the ride.
The Node family of bikes is all about connection — connecting you to your community, your local transport network, to your friends and family. The bikes ride and handle like a “regular bike” but fold compactly to stash in your car, on the subway, or in a living room corner or under an office desk. Perfect for bridging that first and last mile between the subway or bus line.
The Link family of bikes is designed with a simple goal – getting you from where you are to where you need to be. Whether your journey is all on bike or a combo of public transport and bike, your Link is ready to adapt. On arrival, fold your Link so it waits inside with you, safe and sound. Go by Link and keep to your own schedule.
Small wheels are fast and nimble. Big wheels roll over stuff. For those who want the burliness of a bike with full-size 26” wheels, but also the portability of a folding bike, we offer the Joe. Joe’s are ready to help you tackle the worst roads yet still fold in seconds so you can duck into the subway for the ride home in case a sudden rainstorm hits.
The Eclipse family of bikes is a ground up rethink about two-wheeled urban transportation. If you’re going mostly car-free in the city, your ride needs to handle grocery bags, all kinds of weather, riding at night and most importantly, give you day-in, day-out reliability. It also needs to play well with buses and trains for those longer commutes. And when you’re done, it should fold up nicely and out of the way, safely waiting for tomorrow’s ride.
Ever wonder what it would be like to get from where you are to where you want to be without worrying about traffic, parking, gas bills, bus schedules or last departure times? Same here. The Castro isn’t the bike for racing on weekends. It’s built to get you and your stuff around town – comfortably, safely and reliably.