The world’s first truly state-of-the-art state-built bicycle roadmaster is now available for rent in New York City.
Built in a New Jersey facility by Bicycle Song and named the State Bicycle Roadmaster, the bicycle uses a state-made hub and axle, and has a custom frame and fork with integrated LED lights.
A few months after its release, it won the New York State Bicycle Song Awards for “best bicycle, best fork, and best sound.”
The bike’s owner, the New Jersey Department of Transportation (NYCDOT), estimates the roadmaster could reach speeds of 45 miles per hour.
It’s also been designed to be ridden by children as young as three years old, according to the DOT.
The roadmaster’s owner also said it will be able to run on water, and will be ready for use in a few months, if needed.
The bike is now owned by BicycleSong, which is owned by a company called The Bicycle Company, which makes custom road and mountain bike frames and saddles.
The company has also been designing other state-specific bikes.
The State Bicycle Company is now developing a custom road bicycle, and says it’s ready for the world to ride.
The bicycle has already had a successful test run on a New York state bridge.
This week, a group of engineers and designers took a prototype road bike on the New Year’s Eve Bridge to see if it could be a contender for a 2018 state road race, which would be the first major event for a state bike.
It did just that, winning the prestigious race.
The DOT is also working on a road bike for a future race, but has yet to announce any plans for the state’s first official road bike.
The New York Bicycle Song project is a collaboration between Bicycle Song, Bicycle Song founder and president Joe Smith, and the New Brunswick, New Jersey, company that built and manufactured the State bicycle.
The first bike built by the State was a custom, state-designed hub and/or axle made by the company in 2001.
Smith said the State is developing a road bicycle with a frame, which will be more similar to a custom-built road bike than a road-legal bike.
While the State’s goal is to make the State road bike, it also hopes to have a commercial road bike available by 2019.
The Roadmaster bike is made from carbon fiber and aluminum and weighs less than 12 pounds.
It features a carbon fiber fork with an integrated LED light, a stem with integrated lights, and a carbon frame.
It can run on the river, a bridge, or on land.
Smith expects to have the road bike in the hands of the public by the end of 2019.
He said the road model will be lighter than other road bicycles because of its carbon fiber construction, and it’s more aerodynamic than other state road bikes.
“We want to create something that’s a bike that is really, really easy to ride,” Smith said.
The state is also planning to expand the road cycle infrastructure, which includes bike lanes, pedestrian bridges, and bike paths, by 2020.
“The Roadmaster is a very ambitious bike,” said Bill Ritchie, executive director of New Brunswick’s Department of Public Safety.
“It’s the first bicycle that’s designed to really be an option for New Brunswick.
It’ll definitely be a bike for New Yorkers who live here.
The only thing that will make it an easier bike for people who live outside of New York is the frame, and we think that’s going to make it much more popular.”
The State is planning to build more than 40 miles of road, including some roads and bike lanes.
New Jersey is also building a $200 million pedestrian bridge over the Hudson River that will connect the city of Newark to New York.
The bridge will be completed in 2019.
Bicycle Song’s website also lists New Jersey as a location for its first commercial road bicycle.
“A few months ago we received a very warm response from the New Yorkers in New Jersey for the State Roadmaster,” Smith told New York magazine.
“They love it.
They want to get on it.
And they’re excited about the bicycle, which we are also very proud of.”