When Joe Breeze designed the original Thunder, his idea was to make a bike that had geometry and components that allowed riders to explore the remote trails and hillsides of Northern California and beyond. That spirit lives on with the new Thunder. Still constructed with soulful ride quality and durability of steel, the new frame boasts some major advancements to allow adventure riders to explore deep into the woods outside of town or on the other side of the world.
How to Build Your Brand New Breezer Bike!
Breezer Bikes ship partially assembled from the factory. We always recommend that a trained mechanic build your bike, but if you follow this guide and take your time, you can build the bike yourself!
The Radavist calls out the Thunder's massive tire clearance, Shimano hydraulic disc brakes, dropper post and mounts galore as great selling points.
The Breezer team decided it would be a fun project to take the stock Midtown, an MTB inspired, super capable 27.5" commuter bike and change out some parts to give it a new look and feel.
James The Bike Guy is back with another Breezer on his YouTube channel. This time, James gives us his thoughts on the Downtown EX.