Our ‘Dream Bike” competition has come to an end and we finally have a winner! We received hundreds of original answers from bike lovers all around the world and we are sharing the best ones with you.
The Most Wanted Bike of 2016 – Pinarello Dogma
In the past two years, the Pinarello DOGMA has been the most titled bike on the planet, winning the Tour de France twice, the World Championship and more than 100 Pro Tour races. No wonder it has won your hearts and is officially your most wanted bike of 2016!
Great bikes require the highest security. The Pinarello Dogma has been featured here at Hiplok HQ, beautifully secured in the world’s first high security wall-mounted bicycle storage hanger – AIRLOK. Find out more about AIRLOK >>
Watch the video above to find out what were our team’s personal choices!
The Most Functional Bike – Bullit Cargo Bike Single Speed
A choice that came up more than once was the Bullitt cargo bike. Designed to be fast yet functional, anybody that has visited Copenhagen recently will have seen a few of these bad boys around town. It can tackle most terrains with heavy loads (up to 200lbs) making it a great choice for businesses using it for delivery needs. But a growing number of families have adopted the Bullitt cargo bike as a means of transportation for the whole family. Bullitt cliam It is so low maintenance and any bike shop can maintain it too.
The Most Loved Vintage Bike
Inspired by Bianchi racing bicycles of the 1960s, this Celeste machine is everything you need to tackle the famous “Strade Bianche” gravel of L’Eroica. Or it could just sit on your wall and look absolutely beautiful. Either way, we share your opinion that it was one of finest things on two wheels to come out of the 20th century.
“Dream Bike” Competition Winner’s Pick – Pink Cinelli
We’d like to congratulate the “Dream Bike” competition winner(and Hiplok fan) Camilla Wilger from Norway who won our toughest chain lock HOMIE! Camilla’s choice was a pink Cinelli Vigorelli custom race bike
John ‘Prolly’ Watson’s reference to the pink-themed Cinelli Vigorelli as “a racing machine found in F1 or Nascar” was an appropriate justification for such a striking theme. Austin based Division 1 Cycles built up three of these amazing machines to compete in David Trimble’s highly visible Red Hook Criterium.
Hiplok will be having similar competitions with new prizes in the future so make sure you follow us on social to be part of the next one!