The world offers a lot of great bikes; there's no shortage. But how many bikes out there are great for you?
Honey Optimizes each bike style for a specific function
This helps provide the best possible riding experience for your particular type of riding. Honey offers 11 styles, each designed for a very specific use. No Honey is a re-purposed bike. No Honey is a mix of uses. Honey designed each bike's style and function from the ground up—including tubing choices, bike fit, handling, and components—for a very specific and narrowly defined purpose.
Better fit—for men and women
Honeys cover 99% of the size range of riders. Honey is available in 12-sizes for men and 12-sizes for women—to fit riders from about 4' 7" to 6' 9".
Most brands offer 4-7 sizes—and you're lucky if one of them fits closely. Because Honey offers two to three times more sizes; you have two to three—or even four—bike sizes, and fits, from which to choose. You can fit on a Honey significantly better than on a typical stock bike.
Made in the USA—by bike fanatics
Read Honey's USA framebuilding philosophy. It may not be what you think. In short the people that work on designing and building your Honey are cyclists. They race, commute, anarchize, think green, and just about anything else you can do with a bike. Not all at once, of course.
Building in the US enables a lot more control of the design process. For example, nearly every element of each Honey has been rethought from the ground up. Nearly every part of each frame is specifically designed by and sourced by Honey.
Building in the US provides more immediate and precise quality control. One of the results is a better riding and performing bike.
Riding; only riding
Honey is a rider's bike—it's about you and your riding. Honey is just an unassuming usage-specific bike, designed for riding.