We've been itching to write this blog, so keen are we to show you the new additions and colours to the Creme range for 2018. The range is awash with clean design, exciting colours and matt finishes. It's looking like a good year for Creme.
Creme bicycles are hand built in Europe and they are all about the details. Each bike is a tribute to this company's love for materials, details and craftsmanship. Here is a smattering of our favourites from the new range.
What a colour! The Holy Moly Solo is a bike to be enjoyed with as little fuss as possible. It's been designed around the dramatic loop frame that looks elegant and is super easy to mount and dismount. Continuing with the fuss free, low maintenance theme, the Holy Moly Solo has straightforward 3 speed hub gears, front and rear lights, and a sturdy hook on wicker basket that is easy to remove.
She's big and beautiful. The Holymoly Doppio is the queen of the road. She glides through the city streets making easy work of bumpy lanes and inclines. Equipped with seven speed hub gears, plus front and rear dynamo lights, the Holy Moly Doppio is a bike to take you places.
Here we are chanelling our inner Cruella Devil (again!) This colour way isn't even new to 2018 but we couldn't resist.
Molly is a scaled down version of a traditional dutch bike which means it has all the benefits of style and comfort whilst being lighter and more versatile than some of it's larger relatives.
The Creme Molly comes equipped with fuss free three speed hub gears, front and rear LED lights and a super sturdy wicker basket which can be easily hooked on and off.
And finally... It's worth being aware that most of the Creme range come with a front finger pull brake (what we're all used to) and a rear back pedal brake. We love this set up and think the back pedal brake makes absolute sense for easy city riding. However, if that's not your thing then Creme have come up with an alternative in the Molly Uno. A slightly lighter alternative to the Molly, it has front and rear finger pull brakes and derallieur gears for a wider range.