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Framed Lifted Flat Bar Bike S/S

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  • Single Speed
Material: HiTen
Rear Gears: Single
Front Gears: None
Weight: 25.10
Recommeded Use:
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  • Commuter

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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!

Key Features of the :
  • 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 complete bikes are sold and delivered partially assembled. Final assembly should be done by a qualified BMX technician. Failure to have the bike assembled by a qualified technician may void the warranty and could result in damage and/or injury if not assembled correctly. As an industry standard, some bikes might have minor cosmetic blemishes due to the nature of shipping.

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The black-yellow color scheme is similar to my last bike (which was stolen!). I chose the model because not only was it priced well (on sale) it has the specific features I was looking for - the sturdy looking 36 hole deep-V rims/hubs. It was hard choosing which Framed model to get as there are so many to choose from feature-wise all in the same general price range.
Charles W on Jul 31, 2014
Well made and very reasonably priced
Jessica B on Nov 23, 2013
simple and good design
grigoriy r on Apr 25, 2014
Good price and good reviews
Antonio B on Nov 6, 2013
I'm 5'8" 150 lbs with a 30-31" inseam, would the 56cm or the 52 cm be preferable for my size?
A shopper on Jan 29, 2014
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I'm wanting to order this bike and unsure what size is best. I'm 6' with a 32" inseam. I'm thinking the 58 would work but don't want it to be too tall. Any suggestions???
A shopper on Mar 17, 2014
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Is this bike good? I dont want to buy a bike and it ends up breaking on debating on what to do with this.
A shopper on Jan 29, 2014
Best Answer: I bought the bike this past fall to use to get around campus. It's a solid bike, very light and can get going pretty fast. However I assembled it myself and switched which sides the pedals go in, so when biking, one pedal broke loose and stripped the inner threading of the right crank arm. It cost me $80 to replace the crank arm (with the gear cog) and have them professionally re-assemble the pedals correctly. If you actually know what you are doing when assembling the bike, I highly recommend buying it. If not, I would still probably suggest buying it and having a big shop assemble it. The cost for that will probably run you around $90 in addition to the price of the bike itself. I hope this was helpful!
Reply · Report · Devon L on Jan 30, 2014
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What are coaster brakes?
Kevin F on Dec 30, 2013
Best Answer: coaster brakes are like the ones you had on your first bike as a kid. you backpedal just slightly and the brakes engage. to stop quicker, you apply more back pressure on the pedals.

this is my commuter bike, so I actually like the coaster brake for its simplicity.
Reply · Report · David C on Dec 30, 2013
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I dont know to much about bikes ive had the same piece of junk last me for a while and I really need a good bike. Im around 5'5, would 52cm be good for me? and is it good quality for the price? Also about how much would it be to ship to philadelphia...
tina L on Aug 26, 2013
Best Answer: Tina, 52cm for someone 5'5" will be fine , maybe just about perfect, but you'll likely end up with the seat-post set pretty low, and while you be ok, don't expect lots of stand-over room (52cm is usually recommended for peeps 5'5" to 5'7").

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!
Reply · Report · Edward K on Sep 9, 2013
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i am 5'3 and my inseam length is a bike thats 52' too big?
A shopper on Jul 9, 2013
Best Answer: Based on your height and inseam, your range is going to be 48-52cm. As Roy stated a 49 or 50cm would be best fit, but a 52cm should be fine.
Reply · Report · Greg C on Aug 16, 2013
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Are u serious? A coaster brake? If you have a "fixed" hub available (you know, like it says in the ad?) let me know. Otherwise it's just a posermobile. We no need no stinking brakes. Otherwise the bike looks fine. If you can sell an actual fixie (google it if you don't believe that means that the rear hub is "fixed") I'll buy one. Thanks, ken
A shopper on Jul 10, 2013
Best Answer: Ken, There is an option to purchase an after market fixed gear rear wheel. But as is the Framed Lifted Flat Bar Bike comes with a free wheel rear coaster break hub. I'd check out the Easter Lurker Rear Wheel with a flip flop rear hub as an option.
Reply · Report · Roy MStaff on Jul 10, 2013
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Is there a way to have the black and white color with hand brakes instead of the coaster brake?
A shopper on Mar 19, 2014
Best Answer: Yes
Reply (1) · Report · kevin b on Mar 20, 2014
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I am 5'10". Would the 56cm be a good fit for me?
Thomas C on Sep 28, 2013
Best Answer: The Framed lifted in a 56cm would be a good fit for you. Make sure you take it to your local bike shop to have the proper saddle height adjustment made for you though.
Reply · Report · Lannie EStaff on Oct 1, 2013
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Can you please point me to another place where I can get sizing info for this bike? I've tried 3 different browsers, but your sizing chart opens up to a blank white page. I'm 6'1" with 33.5" inseam. Sometimes a 56cm works for me, sometimes a 58cm. I'm guessing the short stem and flat bar means I should probably go 58cm? Thanks.
David C on Sep 25, 2013
Best Answer: A 58cm Frame Lifted Flat Bar Bike would be your best bet. This is available in the Black/White color way. A 56cm could work for you but you'll have a difficult time getting a full pedal stroke if you don't fully raise your seat. This however may put too much pressure put on your shoulder due to the angle of the riding position.
Reply · Report · Roy MStaff on Sep 25, 2013
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im from san diego how many days can i receive my order?
A shopper on Jun 20, 2013
Best Answer: Shipping to San Diego takes aprox 4 working days with our Express Ground Shipping. Air options are also available.
Reply · Report · Roy MStaff on Jun 20, 2013
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Can a 330 pound rider fit this bike?
A shopper on Jan 22, 2014
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could i get the same kind of bike but with the height of 48cm?
A shopper on Jan 10, 2014
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