FrontRunners: City Slick

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    Budnitz Bicycles Model No. 5 Photo by John Orion Young
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    Built for comfortable city commuting, but not at the expense of performance or style, the Budnitz Bicycles Model No. 5 (www.budnitzbicycles.com) is a step-through design made of titanium, which is strong and lightweight and will not rust. Budnitz also offers a version made of chromoly steel. The titanium model has a starting price of $4,800 and can cost as much as $8,500 with all available options.

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