Genesis Flyer Fixie Bike

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Product Description

We've dressed the frame functionally with the emphasis on long-lasting and maintenance-free riding. Highlights include the reliable Shimano square-taper bottom bracket, the sealed cartridge bearing M:Part Elite headset, smooth rolling Formula hubs, trusty Shimano R451 stoppers and the comfy new Continental Grand Sport Race 25c tyres - which provide ample room for full-length mudguards without being sluggish or puncture-prone. The 46/18T gearing gives a perfect 'middle-of-the-road' ratio (67.4 gear inches) ensuring your knees don't pop on the climbs but you're not spinning out too quickly on the flat either. We've also kept the 120mm track rear spacing and flip-flop rear hub for those wanting the option to run fixed.



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Flyer scum

go scrub your sorry arses, yer done. Tried to play typical dirty hit flyer scum hockey and well that's what you get, star player suspension, more time in the box and an exit from the playoffs. I approve. :DRead More »

Anyone using a Brooks Flyer (w/ Springs) on a bike with drops?

I am trying to use some gift certificates on Amazon to buy a new Brooks saddle. I am having a new bike built up for general commute / touring, steel frame, etc. It will have drop bars. Am I crazy for considering one of the saddles with the springs? Weight isn't the biggest consideration.Read More »

Any value on this old Western Flyer?

My wife is helping with the charity garage sale to end all charity garage sales. Seriously, these people have bought out abandoned storage units, taken donations from all over town, and have more stuff than anyplace I've ever seen. Some of the stuff has turned out to be exceptionally valuable (a $14 ... Read More »

Putting miles on the American Flyer

I've been racking up miles on the American Flyer and thought I'd post a little photo update. Since last post I've upgraded Speedplay X5 Pedals, Tao Cages and the Specialized Mini-Wedgie Bag. The bike is incredible, strong in the climbs fast on the flats and snappy in the pack. One of the best long t ... Read More »

American Flyer

I saw someone working on a bike at a secondhand shop today, and it's a brand I haven't seen before. I'm guessing very late 1960's or early 1970's. Dark olive in color, it had an Ideale leather saddle, Mafac brakes, a high end Sugino cotterless crankset with cut-outs in the chainwheel arms, sporti ... Read More »

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