Serial entrepreneur Paul Budnitz approaches bike building with an inclination to do something “outside of the box”, much like what he did with his other venture, Kidrobot. The result is a design that fits in neither mountain nor road bike genres, yet perfect for all day-to-day occasions, like his newest No. 5 model. In order to engineer the so-called “world’s greatest step-through frame,” Budnitz and his team took two years to perfect the final design – a cantilever frame with split tube for cushioning. Because the frame is lower than most bikes, riders can get-on or off with ease, whether in pants or skirts. This feature, along with the chain-less carbon belt drive, 29-inch wheels and German-made evolution rubber tires, guarantee a smooth rider over city streets on your daily commute to work or just a cruise along the shore during your days off. Hand assembled in either titanium or cro-moly steel, Bike Model No. 5 comes in four sizes with various colors and are all available now through Budnitz Bicycles‘ online store starting from US $2,600 to US $4,800.