4'10" - 5'1"
5'2" - 5'4"
5'5" - 5'7"
5'8" - 5'11"
6'0" - 6'2"
6'3" - 6'6"
|A | Top Tube Length||508||512||537||555||585||610|
|B | Seat Tube C-T||470||490||520||550||580||600|
|C | Stand Over||748||755||780||804||840||863|
|D | Stack||486||486||506||524||534||585|
|E | Reach||383||383||400||405||424||443|
|F | Head Tube Angle||72°||72°||73°||73°||74°||74°|
|G | Seat Tube Angle||75°||75°||75°||74°||74°||74°|
|H | Fork Rake||45||45||45||45||45||45|
|I | B.B. Drop||55||55||52||50||50||50|
|J | Wheelbase||961||961||978||983||1009||1029|
|K | Chain Stay||405||405||405||405||424||443|
|L | Head Tube||90||90||110||130||170||190|
The spokes on the wheels make some clicking noises, which freaks me out, out of concern that the wheel will collapse, and I will die in an horrible accident. But maybe it is normal tension release mechanism sound. I will keep checking. Apart from the clicks, so far so good. I use it every day for 1 hour. Driving quite fast and aggressively. The single speed was easy to adjust to. The assemble was very fast and easy. The bike looks really sleek. Some parts (brake handles, seat, pedals) are cheap material, but they have been holding pretty well. We will see how much millage I can get of the bike....
Seems good so far easy to put together..
take your toosl with you when you ride this bike
The looks and weight in this bike is great but very uncomfortable riding. I rode this bike on the road (pavement) and it wasn’t confortable, that’s all I have to say about this bike. Wish i had spent the money on something else.
This is a budget bike, so I knew I was going to have to make some adjustments. At being said, this is also a bike that seems to be marketed towards novice cyclist. Getting this bike to work was an ordeal.
The bike manual does not provide much guidance. Chain kept slipping so, I needed to check out our favorite video hosting site. Manual was mute on the air valve and again I needed to check on a video hosting site.
After the second ride, the drive train arm was stripped. It was on the right side so, I either needed to shop on the second hand market to replace just the arm or buy a whole new drive train. Had to replace the whole thing because I am a novice and wouldn't know what to buy. So after I get the bike out of the shop, I go on a ride to make sure everything is okay. The inner tube burst. Saw the bike clerk pull out this very flimsy thin tube and replaced it with something that seemed much more sturdy.
Tried to get in contact with the company to get the drive train replaced, but their hours don't work for me.
Another issue is that some of the hardware like the nuts and bolts are also already starting to strip and warp.
Besides the above issues, I like the bike. Now that it is up and running it has been pretty awesome. The shop clerk where I took it to be fixed was actually pretty excited to see it and asked "where you get that bruh?!" and when I answered he exclaimed "tis' sweet!". So I at least obtained some clout.
At this shop, the beginner fixie bikes start at a couple of hundred dollars more than what this cost. Even after I paid to fix it, I still ended up spending less.