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Posted 16 May 2023

FIXIE Inc. Floater Race Bike In Black £286.99 Delivered @ Bikester

£286.99£307.997% off
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I was looking for a fixie now we are getting into the summer months for around town and came across this, frame sizes 51-57.5cm, flip flop hub to use as either a single speed or fixie full spec on website
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  1. james_marchant's avatar
    I have never quite understood the usefulness of a fixie 🤷‍♀️. Is it just a matter of fashion over form?
    Zimmy's avatar
    Its a simpler bike so less to go wrong but the main benefit is the training effect of having to push harder on hills, and having to keep the pedals turning even down hills. You have to watch out for pedal strikes if you lean over too far on corners though so shorter cranks are usually better. Singlespeed mode on the other hand allows you to stop pedalling while moving and so is a bit safer. If you are not already reasonably fit then this is probably not the bike for you.
  2. Hal_M's avatar
    Please don't bother with this brand. Fixie Inc bikes feel cheap, run terribly, and with the chinese components they come equipped with, you'll be looking for a replacement within a year. I'm saying this from experience.
    If you're looking for an alternative on this budget, go with a Decathlon single speed or a State 4130. Much better value for money.
  3. rugman's avatar
    I'm voting cold - nobody likes a floater
  4. buddn07's avatar
    Is this fixed or single speed? My experience with fixies is they usually only have a single brake?
    jrawlins28's avatar
    Flip flop hub so can be either
  5. adic's avatar
    Could go even simpler and get a unicycle. Only one tyre to get a puncture. Less framework No handlebars. It's the future of simple travel.
  6. Sulphur.Man's avatar
    Its alu. Fixie should be steel
  7. jr007's avatar
    Wish there more of those Fuji single speeds on offer on here a few months ago!
  8. kizzzle's avatar
    im here for the "I ride a fixie for the training effect" as they blow their knees out and never ride a bike again
    kramer2088's avatar
    Never known anybody damage there knees cycling....unless you fall off.
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