Matte Black frame with Pure-White deep dish wheels and Gold hubs.
Life may not be all black and white, but the Mike certainly is, with classy gold hubs for just the right amount of swag.Buy Now
- Flip-flop hub so you can ride single-speed or fixed!
- Track-inspired frame that looks good at home, on the drome, and everywhere in between.
- Comes standard with a front brake only (you can grab an additional rear brake).
- 700x28 tires for speed and comfort in urban environments.
- Two water bottle boss braze-ons so you can stay twice as hydrated!
- 1-year warranty activated with professional assembly from your local bike shop.
What does the bike come standard with?
Our original fixies come standard with everything needed to get you riding right out of the box, including pedals, grips, and a front brake!
Can I customize the bike?
Currently, we don’t offer bike customization. Good news is we sell all of our components and parts separately, so you can order any additional extras you desire and customize your ride when everything arrives (with the help of your local bike shop, of course)
Does the bike come assembled?
The bikes come 90% assembled. All that’s left to do is attach the front wheel, pedals, saddle/seatpost, handlebars, and brake! We require professional assembly to activate the 1-year warranty on our bikes, so be sure to swing by your local shop. They’ll be able to get the bike built, tuned, and ready to ride!
What is the bike made of and how heavy is it?
Our standard fixies are made of steel and weigh between 21 and 25 pounds, depending on size.
What size is right for me?
Check out our sizing chart! Since every body is a little different, we highly recommend popping into a local bike shop to see which size is best for you! Keep in mind, we aren’t able to do exchanges once a bike has been built, so if you're unsure about size, be sure to check with your local shop before purchase!
Sizing ChartWhat is your height?
This is a rough guideline and we recommend everyone get fitted at their local bike shop. For a quick guesstimate measure your inseam to the floor and select the size with a standover height about 1"-2" shorter than your inseam. Or, you know, go visit your local bike shop! You can also shop by size.