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Framed X300 3 Speed Bike

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Specs

Type:
  • Comfort
  • Commuter
Material: Aluminum
Rear Gears: 3
Front Gears: None
Weight: 24.13
Recommeded Use:
  • General
  • Commuter

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Description: Framed X300 3 Speed Bike

The Framed X300 3 Speed Bike is ideal for any terrain and for bikers of any level. The framed ergo grips were designed to provide performance and comfort without sacrificing speed. In addition, the strong framed alloy A-head provides stability and control. It features low-rise framed steel handle bars that help you ride with confidence in every terrain. It possesses a dynamic, yet contemporary style that is dependable and cool. Overall, the X300 3 Speed Bike is a fantastic value for all your biking activities.

Key Features of the Framed X300 3 Speed Bike:
  • Heatset: Press in 1-1/8th Headset
  • Grips: Framed Ergo Grips
  • Brakes: Coaster Brake
  • Handle bars: Framed Steel Low Rise (500MM/30MM Rise)
  • stem: Framed Alloy A-Head 4-Bolt, Ext:90mm
  • Saddle: Framed Silver 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 175MM Alloy
  • 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: Shimano Nexus 3spd Coaster Brake
  • Shifter: Shimano Revo Grip Shifter
  • Frame: Framed Alloy 6061 Track Frame
  • Fork: 1-1/8" 6061 Alloy

X300

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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Framed X300 3 Speed Bike
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The-House.com Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Denise C: I'm a long time roadie and former messenger and was looking for an inexpensive fun riding option to add to my bike collection and this sweet little ride fits that perfectly... Can't wait to thrash around in traffic on this little gem. Happy riding, whatever kind it may be. Jun 25, 2014
Laurence L: I wanted a 3 speed without derailler or hand brakes, this bike is lightweight and simple, I had a 3 speed English racer as we called them as a youth. Mar 25, 2014
Alberto V: It is AWESOME! Sep 9, 2013
Randy H: The perfect bike for my needs at a great price. Aug 12, 2013
A shopper asked: What do you think of the gear ratios? Are they well-spaced for dealing with both flat terrain and hills? Aug 12, 2014
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matthew w: The ratios are fine. 3rd gear is good for flat and light hills. It's not like a 10-speed, so you're not gonna tear up the road, or anything, but you get a good speed up. 2nd gear is good for most hills (I live in San Francisco and there are a lot of them). I hardly ever use 1st gear except for the steepest hills. One problem I've had with mine though is that the gears slip sometimes, which is hard to fix without taking it to a shop since it has an internal transmission, not the normal wheel gears. Aug 14, 2014
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Denise C: Yes, I'd say so, transitions are pretty smooth. I bought this bike as more of a recreational bike for towing my two year old daughter around on a bike path. I find myself riding in 2nd and 3rd gear most of the time, but 1st gear has definitely come in handy on most of the hills I've encountered.
Great little rec/commuter bike and you can't beat the price.

P.S. If you're looking for more or less out of the 3 speeds - you can always change the size of your chainring up front.
Aug 14, 2014
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Laurence L: yes they are, but I use the bike on flat rail trails, when I used the first gear, which is for hills it worked ok, not for racing though, it's a great bike for my needs, mostly second speed, 3rd is for slight downhill, it's like overdrive, great looking, some think it's a fixie, don't see the pedal brake, use a bike compression shorts with a pad. Aug 12, 2014
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andy v: I don't ride the bike myself as it was a gift for member of the family in Florida. Relatively flat there but he enjoys it very much. Having ridden some single speeds myself, hills (say >4%) could present a challenge to some. I'd suggest having 3-speeds would be very helpful where on a single I'd be out of the saddle all the way up. Aug 12, 2014
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M A: Flat and steep hills no problem. The front sprocket makes keeping up with other multi-gear road bikes on the flat easy to do, unlike the same 3-speed which is in my wife's beach cruiser. Climbing-up the side of a mountain won't work, and, doing 40+ down a long straight would require some very fast legs. Aug 12, 2014
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martin c: The ratios are really well spaced, you can feel a big difference between them and it will work with most terrains; you may feel sometimes like a gear is "missing" but hey is only 3 of them... Great bike, gret ratios if you ask me...I've been using this bike for 6 months and I love it... Aug 12, 2014
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Jean-Paul J: Yeah, they are decently spaced. Enough to get up mild hills. If you live in a steep hilled area like San Francisco it would be a no go. Perfect for my commute to work. Its a solid get you where you need to go bike. The three gears make it a little more versatile. Aug 15, 2014
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Alberto V: I rode fixed for a long time and I bought this bike cause I wanted to have some range. I think the spacing is good coming from that perspective. Shifting at a standing position is awesome. I love this bike to death and you can't beat this deal. Aug 13, 2014
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yaritza J: The choice of the gears are great and the ratio makes a huge difference in the different terrain Aug 13, 2014
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A shopper asked: Best place for storage inside outside? Jun 11, 2014
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M A: While most components are aluminum, storage in a moist environment will lead to a rusted chain. If it rains, dry off as soon as possible and lube to displace water. Jun 12, 2014
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Alberto V: Keep mine indoors, but since it has an internal hub it should be sealed against dirt and water. Jun 11, 2014
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Laurence L: in the garage on hanger Jun 11, 2014
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Larry S: Inside would be best. Jun 11, 2014
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martin c: always inside Jun 11, 2014
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Scott F asked: When going downhill, do you have to pedal this bike, or can you coast? -Thanks, Patrick Jul 16, 2014
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David GStaff: on the Framed X300 you do not have to pedal down hill it will coast. the bike itself has a coaster brake on it so if you back pedal slightly it will brake. Jul 22, 2014
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Matt GStaff: You do not have to pedal the Framed X300 3 Speed Bike when riding down hill. Jul 21, 2014
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baris i asked: I just got mine today, and the installation is pretty easy and straight forward except the seat post that doesn't want to go in... Is it possible to get a wrong sized one in the shipping or is there a trick to put it in? By the way, tried several kinds of grease and oils with no avail... It just doesn't go further than 1-2 inches down... Thanks in advance for your answers... Jul 3, 2014
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Patrick W: What do you think of the gear ratios? Are they well-spaced? How does the bike perform on flat vs hilly areas? Do you feel that the gear ratios are optimal, or would you tweak them if you could? Thanks, Patrick Jul 27, 2014
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Just. A asked: When I attemp to order this bike the largest offering in the drop down is. 22". The sizing chart classifies this as a large. Will the 22" frame accomodate a rider who is just 6 ft? Aug 12, 2014
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Patrick W asked: What do you think of the gear ratios? Are they well-spaced? Do you find that the gear ratios give you the right range for all terrains (flat vs hilly)? Jul 28, 2014
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