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European-Inspired Mozie Bicycles Bring Endless Summer Fun

Enjoy the Rest of the Warm Season and Beyond, by Bike, in Style

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 08/13/14 -- Mozie Bicycles, formerly Mosi Bicycles, a leading innovator of vintage European-style bicycles with a modern twist, wants you to continue the summer season by hopping on a bicycle and enjoying the long days and warm weather with family and friends -- in style. These performance-centric pieces of art are an evergreen constant that can be enjoyed throughout the rest of the year, reminding you that the summer spirit does not have to end in August. With four distinct models, Mozie's Mode collection guarantees style, elegance and function all in one chic mode of transportation, transporting you to those joy-filled summer days filled with wonder, where all you need is a good pair of sunglasses and the road ahead.

"What's great about a Mozie is its enduring style: a classic luxurious bicycle that delivers that feeling of freedom and happiness normally associated only with summer, but all year around," says Darren Buck, President of Mozie Bicycles. "Fall's cooler temperatures and beautiful colors make for some unforgettable rides, not to mention biking is still the best way to avoid the hassle of parking. Overall, a Mozie helps to take you away from the hectic, congested reality of the everyday grind and helps keep the carefree summer spirit alive year round."

The Mode collection by Mozie Bicycles is furnished with clean lines, classic accessories and is sure to complement any unique style. Equipped with rear roller-disk brakes and an easy-to-maintain modern Shimano internal gearing system, Mozie provides more control for the rider as they take on whatever terrain they choose. Mozie Bicycles would not be complete without the specially crafted accessories that accompany it. Handpicked from the Buck & Wing collection, the saddles and grips are made of genuine Australian leather, perfectly matched with the personality of each bicycle.

Mozie Bicycles gives customers the opportunity to update their signature style -- all while providing exceptional quality. Using only the best materials Mozie has engineered quality bicycles, complete with modern technologies that combine lasting performance and continual elegance. As the summer season draws to a close, know that you can still attain that good time, summer feeling by hitting the road and enjoying the day with a Mozie.

About Mozie Bicycles
Founded in 2011, San Francisco based Mozie Bicycles, formerly known as Mosi Bicycles, is a producer of vintage, luxury European-style bicycles combining timeless design, functionality and enjoyment all in one exceptional ride. At the cornerstone of quality manufacturing, Mozie 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, Mozie Bicycles are more than a mode of transport -- they are the stylish way to ride.

For more information on Mozie Bicycles and its products, please visit http://www.moziebicycles.com/. Follow them on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/moziebicycles, on Twitter @moziebicycles and on Instagram @moziebicycles. For media inquiries or to schedule an interview, contact DRIVEN Public Relations, 951-719-1040 or email [email protected].

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