Dutch is a classic city bike. Typical amsterdam is an icon and quintessence of retro cycle.

Biker hype in Amsterdam dates back to the 1860s. Today almost every citizen of Holland rides to work and school (and simply for fun) by bicycle, or, how they say in Dutch, fiets. Many Dutchmen still use the simplest and most basic old omafiets (“grandma’s bike”). In Poland, classic Dutch bikes are often called koza (“goat”) and commonly associated with popular in communist times of PRL Ukraina brand. Strong construction entails heavy weight, but it is not a huge price for sterling and comfortable city bike.