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2012 Raleigh Flyer Fixed Gear Bike

2012 raleigh flyer fixed gear bike   2012 Raleigh Flyer Fixed Gear Bike

Raleigh, a popular name in cycling, is back for 2012 with a new fixed gear bike called Flyer. Built from a cromoly fixie frame and steel straight blade fork, the bike is reliably durable. Riding comfort is guaranteed, as well, thanks to its Sport saddle and a micro-adjust seat post.
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Nicely designed, the Flyer is a fixie that easily gets attentions on the street. To make sure that the street ride is as smooth as possible, the bike has deep section alloy rims on alloy hubs that come with 28mm road tires. Its gears include 45T alloy chain-wheel, 16T freewheel, and a 16T fixed side.

With its exquisite retro aesthetics, the 2012 Raleigh Flyer Fixed Gear Bike is a great machine for riders who love to ride in style. This good-looking fixed gear bike, which weighs in at only 12.9kg, comes with a single…

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2012 Genesis Classic Flyer Steel Road Bike

2012 genesis classic flyer steel road bike   2012 Genesis Classic Flyer Steel Road Bike
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Simple but good-looking, the 2012 Genesis Classic Flyer Steel Road Bike combines clean looks and high-quality components. Built from Reynolds 725 and a chromoly fork with Shimano tube shifters, this low-maintenance easy-to-repair steel road bike is a reliable machine for city rides.

The Classic Flyer is released by Genesis Bikes as a geared version of its well-known singlespeed Flyer model. Dura-Ace downtube shifters and gears are added for an extra option and to make this new model unique and special.

While the neat and classic aesthetics of the original Flyer model is maintained by the downtube shifters, an exquisite purple paint job is added. Instead of the newer 10-speed, the new Classic Flyer still gets nine-speed for downtube shifter compatibility and for better value.

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The Genesis Flyer

the genesis flyer1   The Genesis Flyer

Genesis introduces its newest (and cheapest) member of their road bikes family — The Flyer. As you might expect from the name, this bike allows you to fly straight off from a dead stop, and can easily and quickly adjust to a change of pace or slope.

You won’t have to worry about getting a low-quality bike, though, because the Flyer packs quite a few punches when it comes to the important details. The looks and performance of this riding machine puts it at par with some of the better road racers out there.

The lightweight ride and handling is responsive, and with the double-butted tubing, fork, and tapered stays, you’ll be riding across uneven roads and bumpy tracks without feeling the bite. This also allows you to enjoy the “spring and float” feeling that steel-frame fans swear by, as compared to alloy-framed machines.

This give-and-take action from the rear…

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