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All villy customs bikes include rust-resistant features, with all accent parts powdercoated or pained so they don’t lose their color.

All bicycles have also been named after a kid whose currently fighting cancer, and previously received a bicycle from the company’s ‘remarkable ride foundation.’ the charity has been set up in 2015, to help bring a spark into a child’s life who has to go through something as awful as having cancer.

Maby some of you have also seen the owner Fleetwood on the televison series ‘Shark Tank‘ where Mark Cuban snatched up Mr. Fleetwood and said “Fleetwood has an amazing product there is none better!”

They offer multiple cruiser typed frames and they come in all kind of color combinations. Have a look at the combinations of frames and colors in the slide show.

The price for the cruisers goes up from around $400. Wanna cop? Cop ’em here


The Villy Customs Story

Mr. Fleetwood:

“While out of town on a business trip in Los Angeles in 2009, I had some free time and, without a plan, rented a beach cruiser bike to soak up the sites and sounds of Venice Beach.  That day I became officially hooked on riding “just for the fun of it”!  Being on that bike took my mind off the hustle and bustle of work and allowed me to kick back, relax and really enjoy the day.  Made me feel like a kid again!

After returning home, without any sort of strategy or experience in the bike business, I just decided to do something different and have some fun. I opened Dallas, Texas’s first ever Beach Bike shop (no beach within 5 hours).  I created a beach-like environment in the shop with sand, rocks, blue ceilings, and lots of shiny cruiser bikes (standard brands).  We even offered FREE rentals….to spread the love.  My dog, Villy, greeted our customers and it was a great hangout for my friends and also for meeting new cool people.  I wasn’t focused on money or success….just enjoying what I was doing.

I’ve always been into design, and soon decided that we could create more stunning cruisers by bringing in our own frames, offering colored tires, colored chains, hand-made custom badges, and specialty finishes on parts of the bike that had not been done before, really setting our bikes apart from anything else on the market.  Next, we needed a Brand name and Icon, and because my dog Villy is my sidekick and all the customers were so crazy about him……it was an easy decision.  Villy Custom was born in 2010.”