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Fixie and single speed bikes are beautifully simple bikes with only one gear. Fixies are modelled on old school track bikes, and just have a single speed, with no shifters and derailleurs. This gives them an attractive, minimal appearance, as well as making them little to no maintenance. There's a difference between fixie and single speed bikes. A fixie has a fixed-hub, so your pedals always move with the wheels, a single speed bike has a free-hub, so your pedals don't have to move with the wheels. Most of these bikes have a reversible rear wheel, you can choose a fixed-hub, or a free-hub.

Fixed Gear Bikes

Fixie bikes are great bikes for around town riding as they are cheap, durable, hassle free and look cool. Typically steel frame with no gears damage means they’re perfect to chuck around at your leisure - drop them on their side, bang them getting into a lift - who cares? Perfect for rides to work, school, park or pub.

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Fixie bikes are great bikes for around town riding as they are cheap, durable, hassle free and look cool. Typically steel frame with no gears damage means they’re perfect to chuck around at your leisure - drop them on their side, bang them getting into a lift perfect for rides to work, school, park or pub. A truly urban inspired bike taking some cues from BMX specs. An A-head stem on 1-1/8" fork steerer improves front end strength and stiffness for more confident handling. Solid resin BMX style pedals won't crack the first time you drop the bike, and dual pivot brakes give smooth, reliable stopping power.

tough, stylish, around town option with low maintenance drivetrain makes Messenger a perfect option for someone who can't maintain a bike and isn't interested in learning. An in-built chain tensioner also makes the task of removing/fitting the rear wheel significantly simpler, meaning the bike is less likely to be retired the first time you get a flat.