|Type:||City, Commuter, Single Speed|
|Recommended Use:||General, Commuter|
Description: Framed Lifted Flat Bar Bike S/S
Leave others in the dust with the Framed Lifted Flat Bar Bike! Riding on Kenda K-Shield puncture resistant tires and Framed Deep V alloy rims allow you to hug the road with the latest in function and style. The Hi Ten Steel frame provides superior support for both commuters and recreational riders. A 1:1 gear ratio and coaster brake allow novice riders the confidence of safety on the streets. The Lifted Flat Bar Bike is a brilliant choice so you can choose a serene or rip-roaring ride!
- Heatset: Press in 1-1/8th Headset
- Grips: Framed S/S Grips Rubber
- Brakes: Coaster Brake
- Handle bars: Framed Steel Low Rise (500MM/30MM Rise)
- stem: Framed Alloy A-Head 4-Bolt, Ext:90mm
- Saddle: Framed Bronze Series Saddle
- Seat Post: Framed Staight Alloy Seat Post 300MM
- Front Tire: Kenda K193 Kwest K-Shield 700x28 Puncture Resistant Tire
- Rear Tire: Kenda K193 Kwest K-Shield 700x28 Puncture Resistant Tire
- Front Derailleur: N/A
- Rear Derailleur: N/A
- Crank Set: Framed 1/8"x46Tx170mm
- Cassette: N/A
- Chainwheel: Framed 46t Steel Chainring
- Bottom Bracket: Framed Sealed BB
- Rims: Framed Deep V 700C Alloy 36h Rims
- Front Hub: Alloy Hub Sealed
- Rear Hub: 16t Coaster Steel
- Frame: Hi-Ten Steel
- Fork: Hi-Ten Steel
Lifted Flat Bar
NOTE: All bikes are sold and delivered partially assembled. Final assembly should be done by a certified bike technician. Failure to have the bike assembled by a certified bike technician may void the warranty and could result in damage and/or injury if not assembled correctly.
7 months ago
Hello! The Framed Lifted Series bikes are compatible to adding fenders. We offer a few clip on style fenders, but as far as mounting fenders to the bike you will want to chat with our bike shop to make sure you get the perfect product.
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this is my commuter bike, so I actually like the coaster brake for its simplicity.
I found following chart Very helpful.
5' 0 "- 5' 3"
152 - 160
49 - 50
5' 3" - 5' 6"
160 - 168
51 - 52 - 53
5 6" - 5' 9"
168 - 175
54 - 55
5' 9" - 6' 0"
175 - 183
56 - 57 - 58
6' 0" - 6' 3"
183 - 191
58 - 59 - 60
I've found the quality of the Framed bikes to be really good. There are actually quite a few bike companies out there that are selling fixies that are pretty much the same exact thing (probably made at the same factory), or some with specs that are not even quite as good for $300-400. The Framed bikes are a great deal, especially if you want a coaster-brake; getting deep-dish wheels w/ good tires, laced to a coaster-brake hub costs more than what Framed is charging for the whole bike!
Hope this helps!
The Lifted bikes look great with drop bars... not so sure about BMX bars though.
Both the Frame and the Fork of the Lifted series bikes will be made out of Hi-Tensile Steel. Hi-Ten is simple, lasting, and rather durable, but will not be quite as light or robust and other materials (Chromoly, Aluminum, Carbon ect...) . I have a Framed Lifted 7, and honestly it is one of the simplest and funnest bikes I have owned. This Flat Bar S/S weighs right at 25.1 lbs.
It will be close, but I believe you could comfortably ride the 52cm version of the Framed Lifted series bike. I have the Lifted7 myself, and its a perfectly simple bike to cruise around on. I have ridden it for 2 years and love it.
I am 5'7" and own the 52cm (Lifted 7 version). The size is great... and the bike, though simple, is the funnest one I have owned.
I just spoke to the Bike Shop and they said you could put 35mm tires onto these rims. That would be around the max. For the record I have the Lifted 7 version, and I love these bikes... really simple design, but the funnest bike I have owned.
I checked with the bike shop, and these lifted bikes will accept 700 X 32 maximum.