Civia’s 2010 models are now posted on their website. There are three new models: the Bryant, the Linden, and the Midtown. The following descriptions are taken from the Civia website.
Quick, refined and graceful, the new Civia Bryant is a high-speed commuter built for all-day comfort. Weaving through city gridlock or rolling down a country lane, the Bryant delivers a lively yet comfortable ride. From commuting to camping, the Bryant can carry big loads while delivering responsive handling, superb balance and outstanding performance. Designed with a unique split rear dropout, the frame accommodates a traditional derailleur drivetrain or a belt drive that provides reliable performance in the worst conditions.
Adapting the strengths of the Hyland, the Linden offers a high-quality transportation bicycle for a great value. Available with a rim brake and a compact drivetrain, this is an out-of-the-box performer.
The Midtown offers the elegance and fun of the Loring for a value price. Embracing simplicity with rim brakes and a derailleur drivetrain, this bike turns heads with styling, yet has the strength and balance to carry a generous load in its front basket.
More on Civia to come from Interbike later today.