Spring Is Finally Here! Enjoy A Cruise on a Mission Bicycle

Mar 17, 2014


It’s been a long and rather cold winter (and a tepid beginning of spring) in New York.  After last year’s minimal winter, this year’s extended cold has reminded us that New York really does have four unique seasons.

With spring gradually kicking into full gear, Central Park has been teeming with runners, walkers, and cyclists.  We could not be happier to see this.  It also reminded us that we found the perfect bike to enjoy the weather.

Introducing a few Man of The World Editions of Mission Bicycle’s Valencia Bicycle.  We procured these bicycles a couple of months ago while on a trip to San Francisco hunting for new finds.  Mission Bicycles, the child of founders Matt Cheney and Zack Rosen, prides itself on building, “the bicycle of your dreams” and these bikes achieve that and so much more.  While Mission Bicycles offers multiple versions of their Valencia frame, these were hand build just for Man of the World with the care and expertise that defines Man of The World as amagazine and as a highly curate luxury store.

To shop our selection of Mission Bicycles, Please visit our store.

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