BRILLIANT L TRAIN

$ 650.00

Designed by Priority's founder Dave Weiner, in collaboration with Brilliant Bicycle Co, the new L Train commuter bicycle will take you anywhere you need to go, with ease.

Its chromoly frame is light and agile, and the grease and rust free Gates Carbon belt drive paired with an internal 7 gear hub rides for thousands of miles without ever needing a tune up.

  • Gates Carbon Belt Drive
  • Shimano 7-Speed Internal Hub
  • Lightweight Chromoly Frame
  • Freewheel with Front and Rear Shimano V-brakes
  • Commuter Style Handlebars
  • Puncture Resistant 32mm tires

The Brilliant L Train is an ideal fit for that rider looking for a nimble, quicker bicycle with larger gear range to tackle any commute or leisure riding.

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FEATURES+
Features:
• Shimano 7-Speed Internal Hub
• Rust-Free, Grease Free Gates Carbon Belt Drive
• Lightweight & Strong Chromoly Frame
• Freewheel with Front and Rear Shimano V-brakes
• Commuter Style Handlebars
• Puncture Resistant 32mm tires
• FSA Headset
• Pre-Drilled for Most Rear and Front Side Accessories
SIZES & COLOR+
SHIPPING, RETURNS & FAQ+

Priority Bicycles are sent on all business days from our warehouse in Pennsylvania. All orders received by 12:00 EST will be shipped out that business day. Orders after 12:00 EST will be shipped the following business day. Click here for approximate US shipping times.

We feature a 30-day no questions asked return policy on all non-final sale goods. We stand behind our products 100% and if you aren’t entirely satisfied, send them back. You are responsible for actual shipping/assembly fees only. Bicycles marked as final sale carry a full warranty, however, are not eligible for return.

For more information on our return and warranty policies click here.

We're available to help seven days a week, simply email us for questions on fit or features.

WATCH: L Train Overview

 

EXPERIENCE: The L Train on the Streets

 


"The Bicycle That Just Might Save a Quarter-Million Commuters"

To read Bicycling Magazine's comprehensive review of the L Train, click here.


Where does the L Train fit into
 Priority's commuter offerings?


Why the L Train is after the most notoriously unreliable Subway in NYC

Size Chart & Frame Geometry