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Mosi Bicycles Launches Chic and Sleek Collection at 2014 PROJECT Las Vegas

Timeless Bicycle Designs for the Fashion Forward

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 02/19/14 -- Mosi Bicycles, the newest company innovating vintage European-style bicycles with a modern twist, is showcasing at the MAGIC Market Place, specifically at the PROJECT show in Las Vegas, February 18-20, 2014. Specializing in the beauty of bicycling and the need for relaxed stylish riding, Mosi Bicycles is an obvious resident in the fashion-forward world of today. The showcase features the entire Mode Collection by Mosi Bicycles, as well as the polished and pristine accessories by Buck and Wing that accompany these chic bicycles.

"Mosi Bicycles is everything fashion -- this is why presenting our bicycles at PROJECT Las Vegas is such a perfect fit for us," said Darren Buck, President of Mosi Bicycles. "The elegant designs of each of our beautiful bicycles go hand-in-hand with the latest styles and trends no matter the destination. We are excited to continue showing how owning a Mosi bicycle can bring more luxury, comfort and satisfaction to your daily life."

After two years of extensive product design and research, Mosi Bicycles' official product launch is this Spring 2014. The Mode Collection by Mosi Bicycles line consists of four very sleek and stylish bicycles, each having their own personality and flair that puts them above all the rest. Mosi Bicycles does not sacrifice beauty for quality -- all Mosi frames are made from high-tensile steel that absorbs more of the imperfections on the road, giving you an overall smooth cycling experience. The rear roller-disk brakes provide more control for the rider. Each Mosi bicycle is equipped with a sleek and modern Shimano internal gearing system in either 3 or 7-speeds, depending on the model. These easy-to-maintain, modern hub systems provide each Mosi bicycle a range of hassle-free gear to accommodate variable riding conditions, while maintaining a clean exterior look. The Buck & Wing saddles and grips, which have been specially selected and paired to each bicycle model, are made of genuine Australian leather that softens over time and adds even more style to an already classic look.

Hosted at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center, Mosi Bicycles continues to promote its new collection across from the lounge and in between the Lacoste and Weatherproof booths, Wednesday from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and Thursday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

About Mosi Bicycles

Founded in 2011, San Francisco based Mosi Bicycles is a producer of vintage and European-style bicycles combining timeless design, functionality and enjoyment all in one exceptional ride. At the cornerstone of quality manufacturing, Mosi Bicycles has designed and engineered bicycles complete with modern technologies that provide lasting performance and enduring style. From high-tensile steel frames to genuine leather accessories, Mosi Bicycles are more than a mode of transport -- they are the stylish way to ride.

For more information on Mosi Bicycles and its products, please visit www.mosibicycles.com. Follow them on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/mosibicycles, on Twitter @mosibicycles and on Instagram @mosibicycles. For onsite media coverage or to schedule an interview, contact Driven Public Relations, 858-663-0161 or email [email protected].

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