Gazelle may not be a household name in the U.S., but in the Netherlands it's the Royal Dutch Gazelle, a 125 year old company whose bikes are ubiquitous and is known and respected by just about everybody. Gazelle makes city bikes with the Dutch single occupant in mind. Their bikes almost entirely feature an upright riding position, a stable ride that's as comfortable on the freshest, newly paved bike path as it is on ancient cobblestones. While they still manufacture the Tour Populaire model, which harkens back to their gloried past (and it should be pointed out that this bike is still every bit as functional and durable as it ever was), but now they build all types of modern bikes including e-bikes, for a multitude of uses. Gazelle's storied history continues, and we're along for the ride.