Buffalo’s Normal Bicycles launches “The Urban Scout”, a unique wood frame city bike.  Launch celebration to be held at Flying Bison Brewing Company this Friday, August 24th.

Buffalo, NY – August 21, 2018 – The Urban Scout, an innovative wood and carbon fiber city bike, will be officially unveiled this Friday at the launch celebration at Flying Bison Brewing Company.  The brand new Urban Scout will be available for test rides. “Come and experience the superior ride of a wood bike and then enjoy a beer,” says owner Chris Kudla.

The bicycle comes standard with the hard maple frame, disc brakes and single speed drivetrain perfectly geared for Buffalo area for $2,950.

Upgrades available include:

  • Whisky Parts Carbon Fork
  • Brooks All-weather Saddle
  • SRAM 1×11 drivetrain
  • Carbon fiber stem and seatpost

As a special thank-you to Buffalo supporters, the first 3 local riders will get their bikes at $2,500 with the Whisky Parts carbon fork upgrade included (total value of $3,250).  Bikes are made to order and delivered within 2-3 weeks depending on order volume.

In celebration of the launch, Normal Bicycles has donated a one-of-a-kind wooden bicycle for raffle at the 10th annual Tour de Farms event on September 15th.  “We’re thrilled to be supporting the Tour de Farms and two great organizations; Massachusetts Avenue Project and GoBike Buffalo,” says Kudla.  Raffle tickets will be available at the local food celebration after the rides. The bike will also be on display at the launch celebration.   

The Urban Scout will be available for sale on the Normal Bicycles website (www.normalbicycles.com) starting Monday, August 27th.

Normal Bicycles designs and builds innovative and stunning wooden bicycles in Buffalo, New York.  We have created a production process that delivers unique, strong, and lightweight bicycles.  We build bikes to order and deliver within 2-3 weeks. Our workshop is located in the Foundry makerspace in Buffalo.  Check us out at www.normalbicycles.com, like us on Facebook.com and follow us on Instagram @normalbicycles.