Schiller Bikes

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Schiller Bikes

 

Schiller Water Bike

 

Schiller Bikes is creating a new dynamic cycling experience with their water bikes:

Cycling is the kind of sport in which you can push yourself and your body to the absolute limits. Now, you can take cycling to an all new extreme with Schiller Water Bikes. Founded on the belief that a blue planet is meant for biking, Schiller has engineered its Water Bikes to allow people of all athletic abilities to experience the rush of cycling out on the open water. Your cycling experience doesn’t have to end at the water’s edge. With the advanced technology of a Schiller Water Bike, your cycling adventures can continue onto a whole new type of terrain.

Two Customizable Models

Schiller Bikes offers two models of Water Bikes: the X1 and the S1. Both models are designed to create a brand new experience of water cycling, while utilizing the traditional aspects of road cycling. With their unique drive train, rugged pontoons, and integrated handlebar steering, you’ll be able to quickly and easily adapt from traditional cycling to aquatic cycling. All Schiller Water Bikes are designed and manufactured in California, and have a frame that is 2 inches wide and that can support up to 300 pounds.

Schiller Bikes’ X1 model is the world’s most innovative water bike, and you’ll feel like you own the water as you swiftly pedal across the surface. The X1 model features Schiller’s proprietary drive train, a twin-propeller design, and rugged PVC pontoons. Other features include:

  • Stainless steel and aircraft grade aluminum materials
  • Proprietary two-stage 8:1 gear ratio with Gates Carbon Drive belt system
  • Integrated steering on handlebars
  • Twin propellers with rudderless steering
  • Rugged, 1100 denier PVC pontoons
  • Performance saddle, handlebars, cranks and pedals

Due to its extreme popularity, the X1 is currently sold out.

Schiller’s other water boat model, the S1, sets the standard for a new age of water biking and costs $4,500. Combining a sublime blend of iconic design with precision engineering, the S1 delivers a sensational water based experience, with features including:

  • Marine grade anodized T6 aluminum or carbon fiber frame
  • Premium stainless steel and anodized components throughout
  • Proprietary two-stage 1:7.5 gear ratio with Gates Carbon Drive belt system
  • Ultra low drag outdrive featuring a specially optimized propeller design
  • Integrated steering on handlebars
  • Rugged, 1100 denier PVC pontoons
  • Performance saddle, handlebars, cranks and pedals

Both of Schiller Bikes’ water bike models are completely customizable. Whether you are five feet tall, or six feet, five inches tall, Schiller has a water bike that is the perfect size for you. You can also customize the color of your Schiller Water Bike. With the option of choosing from various combinations of red, black, white and silver, your Schiller Water Bike will be the perfect representation of your individual taste and personality.

Easy to Assemble and Transport

Schiller Bikes, which are completely manufactured in the United States, are designed to allow maximum portability. Have you ever imagined a convenient water craft that you can transfer IN your car, as opposed to towing it behind you? What about a water craft that can fit in your apartment, or one that you can take on an airplane? With Schiller Water Bikes, compact frames and a modular design allow you to do all three of these. Along with being unbelievably portable, Schiller Water Bikes can also be assembled in less than ten minutes. This means you’ll go from land to water in no time at all.

With nearly one billion traditional bikes around the globe built for land, it’s time for you to expand your horizons to trailblazing voyages, weekend expeditions, and incredible sunset spins on a new aquatic terrain. With Schiller Water Bikes, you cycling adventures don’t have to stop where the sidewalk ends.

 

 

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