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Day-6 semi-recumbent bikes

Day-6 has a long history of making great easy-to-ride bikes.

Owner, Kelly Hutson, believes strongly in the product and has worked tirelessly to get this innovative design into the market. The product speaks for itself: most people who can ride a regular bike, but not a recumbent, seem to do quite well on a Day-6 bike without the pain of conventional bikes.

Shipping and service are centrally located in Iowa where Hutson and his crew serve the entire U.S. market.

AlphaBENT proudly stocks, sells, and supports Day-6 bikes in Sacramento and serves all of Northern California and the San Francisco Bay Area.

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