About Viking Ladies Bike
Women's bikes aren't designed in the same way they once were. Whilst the modern bike designer may take in to account that a women's body may be slightly lighter, the top tube is no longer angled down as it used to be. Unless the bike is purposefully being given a vintage-look to it the tube will remain straight, but what was exclusively designed to make women's bike riding easier is now accepted for both sexes.
Even if you're not a pro racer, like the men and women who won competitions on Viking bikes between 1948 and 1951, that doesn't mean you can't appreciate the fantastic feel of a well-made road bike. Viking Cycles try and engineer every one of their designs so you get the same rush as a pro racer on the final stretch, even if you're just cycling to work, or going out for a weekend bike ride.
Viking Bikes develop a large range of bicycles, including the 14 speed clubmaster, the single speed heritage hybrid bike (which has a motor to keep the bike going), and the Cote D'Azur Ladies Road Racing bike.
Vintage bikes and vintage-inspired bikes can still be found for purchase, and these will have the sloping top tube as mentioned above. Some Viking bikes will have attachments, such as bells, baskets and baby seats that come with them, whereas others might be more serious racing bikes and have no such adornments.