Critical Cycles Classic Fixed-Gear Single-Speed Track Bike with Pursuit Bullhorn Bars, Matte Black, 57cm/Large
Critical Cycles is about to make dreams come true. We’ve been listening and we’ve finally come out with a Pursuit fixie. Now equipped with bullhorn handlebars, every ride on this fixed-gear/single-speed bike is about to be the most comfortable ride of your life. The subtle forward Drop of these handlebars allows you to ride in a variety of positions. Cycle how you want to cycle with this timeless beaut. Like its predecessors, this bike comes with a protek crank, sun run freewheel, KMC chain, Pro max brakes, and wanda tires. It’s optimized for city riding with 43mm stars super deep V rims, wanda tires, and a lightweight but durable hand built tig-welded steel frame. No Critical Cycles fixie would be complete without a flip-flop hub, obviously. The rear wheel has a flip-flop hub, which allows you to effortlessly and quickly transform your own bike into a fixed-gear or a single-speed with a freewheel. The bottom bracket is sealed to keep out moisture and dirt, extending the life of your bike. Life really is about the Pursuit of happiness.
- Premium hand built steel fixed gear single speed track frame with bar spin clearance, water bottle mounts, no toe overlap, and horizontal drop outs
- Super deep-V double wall rims with stainless steel spokes and flip-flop rear wheel hub allows changing from single-speed to fixed gear with ease
- Low profile VP Platform BMX pedals, sealed bottom bracket, wander tires, KMC chain, Promax brake, 3 PC crank, and lightweight alloy chain wheel
- Pursuit bullhorn handlebars with soft Kraton rubber grips for ultimate comfort and urban comfort saddle
- Comes 85% built, comes with the tools you need to build and maintain your bicycle
I LOVE this bike. I receive compliments on it all of the time. I got the matte black, super classy. The bullhorn handlebars are really comfortable. Flip hub on the bike for single speed or fixie. I’ve had this bike for six months and still haven’t blown a tire with regular 10-15 mile days. The only suggestion I would have would be to add a front brake. The rear brake has caused me to slide out several times in close-calls (I bike regularly in the Portland metro area). Otherwise, I LOVE this…