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Legacy Frameworks Rambler

Legacy Framework’s Refined Transportation Bike Model

Now Available in Three Frame Designs

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Standard Features Include

Single Speed Belt Drive & Hub Based BrakesRambler_Belt_lg
Full Fenders & Rack
Generator Powered LightingRambler_light_lg

Extra Options Include

Personalize the bicycle with custom colors and accessories

Add 2 -15 gears with simple and durable internal gear hubs

Upgrade or simplify with a totally custom build – we’ll quote it for you

All Legacy Frameworks Bicycles are Designed and Hand-Built in Chicago to be:

Upright posture, relaxed steering

Lightweight steel construction, durable color coating.

Alloy components, highly puncture resistant tires

Reflective sidewall tires. Generator lighting shines whenever the bike is moving.

Single speed or self-contained geared hubs. Minimize the exposed moving parts.

Designed, Manufactured and Assembled in Chicago, IL, USA.
90% of frame materials manufactured in the USA.
Color powder coating produces fewer emissions than wet painting.


Specifics (geek stuff)

All Legacy Frameworks Rambler Bicycle Models come standard with the following component types:

  • Buschnell eccentric bottom bracket insert, Made in USA
  • Gates Carbon Drive belt system
  • Busch&Muller LED healight and taillight
  • Standard 6 volt, 3 watt hub generator
  • Full coverage fenders
  • Alloy rear rack
  • Cartridge bearing bottom bracket and headset
  • Alloy crank with replaceable chain-ring
  • Single-speed or internally geared hub compatibility
  • Double walled 700c rims, stainless spokes and alloy hubs
  • High quality puncture-resistant Schwalbe tires
  • Stainless steel brake cables
  • Alloy stem, seatpost and handlebars.
  • True Temper double butted chromolly steel tubing
  • TIG welded construction combined with brass and silver brazing
  • Powder-coated finish for durability
  • Upgradable with highly available aftermarket parts. No proprietary interfaces

Visit our Ordering Page to learn more