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Reid Falco

Road BikesReid Falco · includes 2 listings

5.0 from 12 reviews

Suitable for entry-level riders and cycling enthusiasts alike, the Reid Falco has high-quality parts that make it lightweight yet durable, reliable, and suitable for commutes as well as longer rides.

  • Lightweight design

  • Easy to maintain

  • Reliable and versatile gears

Reid Vintage Ladies

Road BikesReid Vintage Ladies · includes 6 listings

3.4 from 38 reviews

Cruising around has never been more picture perfect than with Reid’s Vintage Ladies Bikes, which combine style and comfort to get you from A to B.

  • Sturdy, stable frame

  • Simple to assemble

  • Comfortable to ride

  • Some parts not as durable as expected

Reid Osprey

Road BikesReid Osprey

4.1 from 12 reviews

Latest review: I bought this bike back in 2012 and still riding it today. I've stored this bike in covered areas, so it still looks in great condition 7 years later. If you're a cyclist that wants to upgrade to a

Reid Condor

Road BikesReid Condor

3.3 from 16 reviews

Latest review: Very helpful on my training in the Blue mountain for the Easter run last year. I never encountered any problem and I think it depends on how you take care of your stuff. This Reid Condor served me

Reid Griffon

Road BikesReid Griffon

5.0 from 3 reviews

Latest review: Bought this bike a few months ago for the reason of commuting to and from uni in the city for my first year, after that I move to the Clayton campus and will drive. As I only needed a commuter bike

Reid CX

Hybrid BikesReid CX

4.0 from 1 review

Latest review: I originally wanted a city racing style bike to replace my 80's Europa but the salesman suggested the CX due to the poor state of Sydney roads, as it had broader tyres. I was unconvinced as I wanted

Reid Aquila

Road BikesReid Aquila

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