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Framed X300 3 Speed Bike



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Description: Framed X300 3 Speed Bike

The Framed Bikes X300 comes to us as one the more innovative bicycle offerings of this year. This "can't go wrong" model combines the stylish lines of a single speed urban machine with the simplistic functionality of an internally geared bicycle. The Shimano Nexus internal 3-speed rear hub shifts with consistent precision while offering a sufficient gear range to make climbing up hills easier and powering down hills more fun! The lines were kept sleek by utilizing a rear coaster brake and deep V style rims. Need more stopping power? Great! The frame and fork are setup to accept rim brakes if needed. This frame is also setup to accept a rear rack, which makes short work of transforming this beauty into a commuting masterpiece. The ergonomic grips, comfortable saddle, and Kenda Kwest puncture resistant tires make it obvious Framed pulled out all the stops when spec'ing this bike. Ready to tackle anything you can throw at it, the X300.

Key Features of Framed X300 3 Speed Bike:
Frame: Alloy; 6061 track frame
Fork: Alloy; 1 1/8in
Headset: Press-in; 1 1/8th
Grips: Framed Ergo Grips.
Bottom Bracket: Sealed bb
Chainwheel: Steel; 46T
Crank Set: Alloy; 175mm
Chain: Z50
Handlebars: Steel; low rise handlebar; Width: 500mm Rise: 30mm
Stem: Alloy; A-head 4-bolt stem; ext: 90mm
Shift Lever: Shimano Revo grip shifter
Front Hub: Alloy, hub sealed
Rear Hub: Internal Shimano Nexus 3spd Coaster Brake
Rims: Alloy; 700C Deep V; 36H
Spokes: Steel
Tires: Kenda K193 Kwest K-Shield 700x28 Puncture Resistant Tire
Brakes: Coaster
Saddle: Framed silver series
Seat Post: Alloy; striaght post; 300mm
Assembly Level: 85%
Speed: 3
Weight: 25lbs 13oz

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.

4.9 / 5.0
13 Reviews
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Incredible bike for the money
I received shipment on this bike about a month ago. It was easy to assemble and has proven to be a great bike. The three speed shifter works as advertised and is all you need for moderately hilly pavement. Components are well made and I love the look.
December 5, 2016
Dallas, TX, US
Age: 45-64
Love This Bike
Picked this up as a casual commuter and it does not disappoint! Even my hipster son thinks its a cool bike, at least thats what I think he said behind the mumbling of his beard. And then he threw a PBR at me... Life is good!
April 25, 2016
Fort Chesterman, MO, US
Age: 45-64
great bike and a great value
I bought it about a year ago and have commuted 8 miles a day to and from work, so I estimate somewhere around 1500 miles so far.
I did add a $30 Shimano front brake, which I felt it needs.
I love this bike. I live in a flag town with a couple of overpasses, so it's mostly flat riding. I routinely shift just like a car because it's so easy.
I even like the tick-tick of the 3-speed hub.
Nothing has gone wrong with it. Perhaps the only complaint I have is that the right hand grip slides on the bar, but I just haven't gotten around to using a little silicon glue to hold it in place.
I couldn't be happier with this bike!
March 4, 2017
Davis, CA, US
Age: 45-64
over 2 years ago
Framed X300 3 Speed Bike
Track bike look alike but with a few extra gears. Clean looking and fun to ride.
April 24, 2017
Kansas City, MO, US
Age: 45-64
1 year ago
Loving This Bike down here in New Orleans
Been commuting in Downtown New Orleans where I work with this X300 and it seems to be a solid all around great bike . Took the straps off the pedals , and seat not the most comfortable but those are easy fixes . Otherwise once I got everything set up to suit my height and reach it is so killer !!!! I maneuver around the potholes and we have a lot down here not to mention glass , and debris and tires seem to be holding up although I did order new tires and some back up tubes to keep handy . Already have a small pump but it is for Schrader valves saw you can get adapters gonna get those too no need to buy a new pump. Think I will have this bad ass bike for many years and much thanks to the assembly crew and all involved in bringing such high quality bikes to people like me . Will recommend highly to all that are in the market for a new bike . Peace.
Keep it close to me in our maintenance shop at the hotel where I work close to Bourbon Street .
Keep it close to me in our maintenance shop at the hotel where I work close to Bourbon Street .
July 30, 2017
New Orleans, LA, US
Age: 25-44
Perfect College Ride
Amazing bike. Very robust three speed. My son had his very expensive bike stolen after only a few days of college during freshman year. Tried inexpensive bike from xmart. Fell apart a piece at a time during first year. Got the x300. It is a great bike that does not attract the thieves. From the street, it looks like a fixie. My son loves it. Still rides it every day, even Wisconsin winters. The-house was great to deal with. I believe son has a couple of thousand miles on it.
March 9, 2017
Milwaukee, WI, US
Age: 15-24
over 2 years ago
Sweet ride
This bike is great as my speeding-around-town-running-errands rig. I've been riding mine 3-4 times a week for the past six months and have never had any mechanical issues. The frame is light and well-made. Not the most comfortable ride on rough urban roads, but makes up for it in speed. Looks great; I love the simplicity of the internal gearing and coaster brake. I upgraded the handlebars, pedals, and seat since they seemed to be the weakest links in the component spec. Overall though, great fun bike and incredible value for the price.
March 13, 2017
Baltimore, MD, US
Age: 25-44
over 2 years ago
Inexpensive lightweight
This bike has no bells and whistles (or hand brakes) but is really a good bike for a casual ride. I have a different branded bike that is a single speed and sometimes that is just not enough. Having those two extra gears comes in handy on many occasions. This bike is light in weight! It looks good. The frame seems super solid. I like this bike! I really do.
This view
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June 6, 2017
Idaho Falls, ID, US
Age: 45-64
over 2 years ago

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Why did you choose this? Store
Looks like a good value. I will know more after riding it.
Steven C on Aug 15, 2016
Great Price
Sean S on May 21, 2016
Looks like a good value. I will know more after riding it.
Steven C on Aug 15, 2016
Looks cool and seems like a solid bike
alparedes on Jul 14, 2016
Great Price
Sean S on May 21, 2016
Looks cool and seems like a solid bike
alparedes on Jul 14, 2016
Can it be fit with a freewheel?
A shopper on Jul 12, 2016
This X300 uses a 3-speed internal gear hub. You would have to completely change the hub..... then yes.
Are the spokes/ nipples going to rust?
A shopper on Jan 1, 2016
BEST ANSWER: No they won't if you clean it after exposure to road salt or salt spray.
does this frame have rack/fender mounts, as well as brake mounts?
brian on Oct 27, 2015
This X300 is a sleek and simple bike. It has brake mounts on the front (rear is a coaster brake). It does not have rack mounts.
Does the frame and fork accept disk brakes?
A shopper on Apr 24, 2017
BEST ANSWER: The frame and fork do not have the necessary brazeons to accept disc brakes. I would look for a more hybrid model with disc brakes installed already.
How hard is it to take the rear tire off to change a tube ?
George N on Jul 19, 2017
BEST ANSWER: This is pretty easy, actually easier than for instance a typical ten speed. The shifting hub being an integral piece of the hub acts more like a single speed bike. Loosen the hub bolt remove the shifting cable, remove the wheel, change the tube and reverse the process.
does the 300 have quick release hubs front and rear....height from crossbar to ground for 56cm????
Walt C on Sep 29, 2016
BEST ANSWER: It does have quick release front. I switched it out since bike is on campus. No quick release on rear though. Bike is at school with son so cannot help with the crossbar height. I can say that I am 5'9" and it was almost to my crotch. Les's than an inch of clearance.
How much did it cost?
A shopper on Feb 9, 2019
BEST ANSWER: The last listing we found was for $392.95
Is this bike still going to be available I want to buy another one for my wife ?
A shopper on Dec 12, 2018
BEST ANSWER: We currently have 3 left in size 52cm.
Is the front hub sealed bearings, or loose ball?
Dave K on May 16, 2018
Thanks for the questions: The front hub is a loose style bearing setup.... the rear is a Shimano Nexus internal 3 speed with Nexus 3 speed shifter. The remaining components on the bike are Framed branded, crank, bottom bracket, handlebar, stem, etc. A 32T chainring would be very small and the gear ratio would not mesh well making it out pedal quite easily. The smallest ring it could really fit is possibly a 38T or 40T.
Can i out a chain guard on it? If so where do I get one?
Bill S on Aug 24, 2017
Sorry to delay your question, but I wanted to speak to Framed themselves. Their reply is: "We are not aware of a chain guard that specifically works on this bike, but a visit to your local bike shop may bring up some more options too!"
what brakes would be recommended to fit this frame?
nicholas s on Aug 9, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Good Day Nicholas,
This frame and fork are compatible with a road style caliper brake with a long reach range od 55-73mm.
So the tubes I was told for this bike are 700 C 28/32 but is it a presta valve or a Schrader ?
George N on Jul 20, 2017
The X300 stock rims are stictly compatible with a presta valve tube. Schrader valve tubes will not work on the stock rims.
I hate those pedals do you think if I buy this bike that I could substitute for a basic pedal ?
George N on Jul 17, 2017
From our bikeshop: "Any pedals other than the one that are provided by Framed would be an aftermarket purchase. We do have many types of pedals that would fit though."
What size tubes fit the X300? I want to get a couple when I purchase the bike .
A shopper on Jul 17, 2017
BEST ANSWER: 700c x 28/32C
What is the weight limit for this bike?
A shopper on Jul 9, 2016
Framed states that the limit is about 280lbs.
My height is 6'1 and weigh 185 pounds. Is this bike good for me?
gulsher k on Jun 10, 2016
You could ride the X300 56cm size bike fairly well. It is a unique ride... but fun!
Hello, I ride a 54cm bike and I would like to try this bike. What size would be best?
A shopper on May 26, 2016
I just chatted with the Framed peeps and our bike shop. They both suggested that the 56cm size of this bike would be the best for you.
Will it fit an engine 8.5" in height and 7" in length?
A shopper on Mar 11, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Call us and ask for our bike shop: 1 (800) 409-7669
What is the widest tire that would fit this frame? Would 35mm be too big?
A shopper on Feb 8, 2016
Our bike shop said a 35mm would work... and that would be about the max.


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