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Framed Oslo Bike

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Description: Framed Oslo Bike

The Framed Oslo is one of those bikes that people will stop and stare in complete envy as you cruise on by. Built with a large comfy seat, the Oslo is perfect for casual cruises in the city or comfy rides down along the beach. Featuring a light attached in the front and a reflector in the back, you will be safe and noticed no matter where you go. Whether you are getting some groceries, going to a game, or hitting up a local bar, the Framed Oslo will be perfect for you.

Key Features of Framed Oslo Bike:
Frame: Hi-Ten Steel; 700C x 35C; TIG welded
Fork: Hi-Ten Steel; rigid; Steel TIG welded crown
Handlebars: Alloy; lowrise; rigid Alloy stem
Brakes: Steel calipers; Alloy levers
Cranks: Alloy; Steel chainring; 42T x 170L
Rims: Alloy; single wall; 700C x 36H
Tires: 700C x 35C
Spokes: Steel; 13G; brass nipple
Front Hub: Alloy; 36H
Rear Hub: Alloy; 36H
Accessories: Alloy kick stand, steel mudguards, rear carrier, steel chain guard, front battery light, rear reflector, and 2pc wheel reflector
Gears: Single speed bike

Oslo

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.


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I'm Very Pleased
First off, have your expectations set. ** This is a sub-$200 bike, obviously made in China.

I was looking for a reliable commuter bike and this has worked well so far (~32 miles so far).

Ease of Assembly: I could not find any instructions, so you must be somewhat familiar with how a bike works to put it together.

Build Quality: It seems quite solid and smooth. The wheels are true enough for me - they may need revisiting after a month or so. The bottom bracket will need to be opened up to grease it up a bit more (haven't gotten to this yet).

Ride Quality: I very much like the geometry of this frame, I imagine it's a standard hybrid geometry - but I had been used to riding an old road bike that has a more aggressive geometry. Also, it's very smooth, it has 700c x 35 tires that give it a cushy ride. I may actually try to get a bit narrower tire in the future for reduced drag.

Durability: Yet to be seen, but I have no reason to doubt it will be a solid ride for years to come.

I'm very pleased! After years of trying to polish my turd of a "classic" roadbike into what I wanted in a commuter, I just ended up with my hands covered in crap and still had a turd for a bike. I should have pulled the trigger on this sooner.

80 mile Update: Still rides great. I do plan to do a couple of things to make it even better for me, but until then it's still a great ride:
*Open up the bottom bracket and regrease
*Get some skinnier tires (personal preference), I'm coming from 27x1 1/4 - I'd like to get rid of the extra drag
*Downsize the rear freewheel - I'd like it geared just a bit higher - I'm not sure how much higher I want to gear it, but I live where it's very flat
July 17, 2015
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Ability:
Advanced
I love this bike
This bike was perfect for me. Cost effective, durable, reliable.

I love the single speed aspect. It's a great bike to get me to and fro work (3.5 miles). I was able to put it together myself and even attached a milk crate on the back for carrying my stuff.

No problems whatsoever. I love it.
July 31, 2015
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Ability:
Beginner

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Nice design, helpful video
Hyun Chae L on Sep 5, 2016
Nice design, helpful video
Hyun Chae L on Sep 5, 2016
Is this an aluminum frame?
ronald w on Sep 28, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hi Ronald,
This Oslo Bike from Framed is a Steel Frame actually.
I'm buying this for my college aged son 5'10 150 lbs. Which size should I order?
A shopper on Jan 8, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hi,
Framed suggests the 52cm size will be the best option. If you would like a more detailed discussion you can chat with our bike shop too: 1 (800) 409-7669.
34 pounds seems rather heavy to go uphill or carry the bike, how much does the steel frame impact handling inclines?
A shopper on Mar 16, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Hi,
It will affect your ascent especially as it is a single gear bike. This Framed Oslo bike is a smart looking and simply constructed bike. It is really designed as a city bike to get from A to B in comfort and classic style.
i'm almost 5'11 185 lb isn't the 52 cm a bit too small? I saw that the chart on the website recommends 56 cm but framed bikes says 52?
lippacic on Nov 12, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hi Luca,
Our apologies for the confusion. If you are 5'11" I would strongly recommend buying the 56cm size. The 52cm will probably be too small for you.
Can a woman use this bike?
A shopper on Nov 1, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hi,
Anyone can ride this bike for sure. It is a cute and simple bike that is great for commuting or cruising along. Jarrett makes a good point that it is a single gear bike, and may not be suited for long haul trail riding. Keep it in town. Let me know if you have more questions about the Oslo.

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