Single speed + Fixed Gear
The Big Block represents our vision of the ideal track frame for the modern fixed-gear rider. This is the track bike that All-City has always dreamed of owning and they are proud to make that dream available to you. It was designed first and foremost as a true competition-ready track frame but was destined to see usage beyond the velodrome, so they made some tweaks to the equation. Instead of the track bike norm 25c max tire clearance, it fits a 32c cross tire and has a single set of water bottle mounts for all day in the saddle. The front and rear of the bike are drilled out for a brake, so single speeding (or double brake fixed) is no problem. The proprietary 612 Select double-butted cro-moly steel soaks up bumps and sprints like a champ. Each piece of tubing on every frame size has been carefully scrutinized and specifically chosen to create the best ride possible. This includes butting placement, tubing diameter and wall thickness. The package is finished off with a custom headtube badge, brazed-on seat collar, custom bottom bracket and signature Hennepin Bridge dropouts. All-City added an E.D. coating for rust prevention before applying a classic wet paint finish. Attention to detail is All-City's mantra and it shows in every aspect of this meticulously-designed, beautifully-constructed track racer.
Disc brakes, one gear, and tons of fun: the Nature Boy Disc is All-City's singlespeed cross machine. The 612 chromoly steel frame and tapered chromoly fork soak up less-than-perfect tarmac and rough-and-tumble dirt and grass with equal ease. Race-inspired geometry keeps things feeling fast and makes negotiating technical turns or gridlocked traffic a breeze. With the Nature Boy, one speed is all you need, and an FSA crank turns over a pair of sturdy WTB/Joytech wheels wrapped in Clement MXP tires (Surly Knards on 650B versions). When the going gets gnarly, Promax mechanical disc brakes are there to maintain control on nasty courses and during inclement weather. And all your favorite All-City details are present including a beautiful lugged fork crown, Hennepin Bridge dropouts, signature brazed-on seat collar, custom BB shell, and signature head badge. Everything is E.D. coated for longevity and rust prevention and since cross bikes are perfect for everyday living, you’ll find hidden fender mounts and two sets of bottle bosses (reinforced of course). Race the heck out of it, ride singletrack, crush gravel, or commute to your heart’s content.
If single speeding is your thing, this is the one. This is the race version of the Nature Boy disc platform and features a single speed disc dropout, Reynolds 853 tubing, a Whisky No. 9 Thru-Axle cross fork, and hydraulic disc brakes. Reynolds 853 tubing is undisputedly among the worlds best, and nothing holds its value like high-end steel. It's lightweight, will last forever if treated properly, and produces the finest ride quality of any material used in the bike world. Twenty years from now this frameset will still be fawned over by bike geeks due to that little Reynolds sticker. The NB853 has of the All-City custom touches you've come to expect: signature dropouts, signature seat collar, custom English threaded bottom bracket shell, reinforcements on the bottle bosses and fender mounts. It has clearance for 38's, plus room for tons of mud. It's MXP tires from Clement hook up in the loose stuff, and the intermediate tread won't hold you back if your path leads onto pavement. They roll on a pair of lightweight, tubeless ready, WTB wheels. Contact points are covered by a Salsa Cowbell 3 handlebar, Salsa cockpit components, and an All-City saddle, a winning combo whether you're on your way to work or the podium.
Brooklyn Bicycle's Franklin Single Speed has street spirit in spades and it's smart, bold, and urban-ready. It boasts a light and nimble chromoly frame and easy-rolling aluminum wheels with puncture-resistant tires. You'll also love the simple-to-operate and low-maintenance one-speed drivetrain and nice Tektro brakes for control. This street cruiser is outfitted with a cushy touring saddle and grips, plus fenders and nice upright handlebars to keep it as comfortable as it is elegant. City life is all about doing the utilitarian thing with effortless dash and daring, and Franklin does it well.
The Wythe is a sleek, street-worthy stallion packed with commuter-friendly features that'll make your cyclist-senses tingle. The Chromoly steel frame and fork look as fast as they feel, while keeping the ride supple and responsive. Ride it fixed or flip the rear wheel for a single-speed setup. You'll also be equipped with dual-pivot aluminum brakes for those stop-on-a-dime moments. Brooklyn Bicycle Co has set the Wythe up with an aluminum riser bar for added comfort, and custom grips and a Selle Royal saddle for durable style and a great feel. Down below, aluminum 700c rims are strong and quick-rolling to carry you everywhere you need to go. So go ahead and be hip, because the Wythe wouldn't have it any other way.
Whether you’re heading across campus or checking out a new coffee spot, the Civia Venue Coaster Brake keeps riding simple and fun. By eliminating shifting, this model keeps maintenance to a minimum so that you can easily grab your bike and go without worrying about adjustments or repairs. The Venue’s lightweight aluminum frame glides smoothly over city streets and bike paths, while the coaster brake keeps the handlebars sleek and clutter-free. Throughout the entire Civia line, comfort is key, so our wide range of sizes accommodates most adults. In fact, our smaller sizes even use smaller wheels for an especially dialed fit.
Channel chic European style as you cruise to the cafe for a cortado on your way to the office aboard Civia's Lowry. The clean aesthetics and low maintenance of this step over-style, single-speed bike let you focus on enjoying the ride. Its reinforced steel frame and fork offer an upright riding position for comfort and easy viewing of the road ahead. A chainguard keeps your clothes clean, and the single-speed drivetrain keeps it simple. The ergonomic handlebar keeps your hands comfortable, and the strong brakes slow you down in all conditions. This stylish bike promises endless hours of carefree fun.
Channel chic European style as you cruise to the cafe for a cortado on your way to the office aboard Civia's Lowry. The clean aesthetics and low maintenance of this step through-style, single-speed bike let you focus on enjoying the ride. Its reinforced steel frame and fork offer an upright riding position for comfort and easy viewing of the road ahead. A chainguard keeps your clothes clean, and the single-speed drivetrain keeps it simple. The ergonomic handlebar keeps your hands comfortable, and the strong brakes slow you down in all conditions. This stylish bike promises endless hours of carefree fun.
The Linus Roadster Classic evokes the simple elegance of quiet French roads from cycling's golden era: warm light, crisp air, and the exhilaration of a trip made on two wheels. The Roadster keeps it easy with a beautiful steel frame and one-speed drivetrain that make short work of errands so you have more time to revel in the world's cinematic beauty, or even just to get to work early for once. Light aluminum wheels wrapped in wide, versatile tires are sure footed and fast rolling while the comfy saddle and genuine leather grips look as good as they feel.
Sometimes small wheels just don’t cut it anymore. The Divide 700c is a big-wheeled urban shredding machine. Takes your BMX roots and apply them to bigger wheels — a bike that'll take you from A to B with speed and style. Plus, you'll have a ton of fun on the way. - 1020 Hi-Ten steel frame with Chromoly downtube and seat tube - Radio Divide Chromoly fork - Radio Divide alloy hydroformed bars
With its 29" wheels, monster-sized PK Ripper inspired frame, and blue and chrome colorway, the Big Ripper is undoubtedly the biggest and baddest BMX bike in the world. Throw in the SE Racing Bear Trap pedals, Big Honkin’ cruiser bars, Cowboy Cut forks, and new Lightning Bolt padset, and it’s obvious that the Big Ripper rules the streets.
Mike Buff is a BMX pioneer who helped introduce freestyle BMX to the world. As one of the original godfathers of freestyle, Mike rode a PK Ripper in the early 1980s when he was a member of the legendary BMX Action Trick Team. The Mike Buff Big Ripper resonates with the same style of the PK Ripper that Mike made famous, but this year’s version is built with big ol’ 29-inch wheels. The bike comes equipped with a Mike Buff BMX Action padset, Rad Plate, Wheelie pegs and an authentic SE Racing/Mike Buff trading card personally signed by Buff. The Mike Buff Big Ripper is the definition of radness.
You'll have a blast cruising paved roads, bike paths, or maybe even a little dirt on Sun's RevMX. It's Klunker style frame with coil-sprung saddle and extra-wide handlebar will get you where you need to go in comfort and classic style. Single-speed simplicity and a hands-free coaster brake make this bad boy ridiculously easy to maintain, and knobby 27.5 x 2.4-inch tires provide stability and traction on varied terrain. When you arrive at your destination, the included sturdy steel kickstand will come in handy.
The Shortcut is a purpose-built folding bike for the rider who finds their free space is limited. It's compact, lightweight, easily folds away, and can spring into action with the flick of a few levers. The single speed and coaster brake provide a simple, fun, and low-maintenance ride. This Shortcut is the perfect roommate and travel companion!
Sun's Atlas X-Type is built to withstand tough riding and hauling the heaviest cargo in the harshest conditions. For superior durability and low maintenance, it has a unique steel X-frame and a tough steel fork, a rust-resistant chain and sturdy 26-inch alloy rims with heavy duty 12g spokes. There's also an integrated rear rack that can carry up to 50 pounds of gear. And, the frame design allows quick and easy mounts and dismounts, a handy feature if you're making deliveries. You'll also love the comfortable springer seat and the swept-back handlebars that put you in a natural and comfortable position on every ride. And the fenders mean you're ready for any weather.
$799.00 - $875.00
When a simple bike is done right, every ride puts a smile on your face. Surly's Steamroller is one such bike. It started long ago with the idea of using a track bike as a quick-getaway machine in urban landscapes and has evolved into the slightly more road-oriented, steel-framed city skipper it is today. The Steamroller is built from 4130 chromoly for durability and pleasant ride qualities, and trades Surly's typical commuter-friendly touches for straightforward performance. You get a fixed/free rear hub and alloy crank with 45/18 gearing, Tektro road caliper brakes, a comfortable Dimension Arc swept-back handlebar, and 700 x 32 Continental Contact tires — everything you need for dodging potholes, taking impromptu shortcuts, and carving your way through the downtown hustle.
The Haka is a statement. A war cry. A challenge. Always to be performed alongside one's Tribe before battle. All black is the color, no other. Tribe Bicycle Co.'s Haka was inspired by the Maori people of New Zealand as well as its national rugby team, the All Blacks. Both perform the tribal dance as a ritual before combat. True to it's roots they've decked out the Haka in all matte black for a seriously badass ride. It's time to dance with the devil.
Tribe Bicycle Co.'s Messenger series bikes were designed in collaboration with the real road warriors, bike messengers of NYC. These bikes are designed to be strong and durable, but at the same time sleek and fast.
The original Mess bike re-designed for pure speed. Same frame, same wheels, same geometry, but Tribe added the baddest track crankset - the SRAM Omnium - along with the external cup, GXP bottom bracket to the build. The upgrade costs only $100 more, saving Tribe's customers hundreds of dollars if they were to purchase those parts and assembly them separately. If you want speed, go premium. Tribe Bicycle Co.'s Messenger series bikes were designed in collaboration with the real road warriors, bike messengers of NYC.
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