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Our Domino Build comes in Matte Black frame with White wheels. Its bold, combination of black and white complements its minimalist design. It was engineered by experts with custom riser bars to ensure that you feel relaxed and comfortable on all rides. It is suitable for all types of riders, with any level of experience.
• A flip-flop hub with both, fixed gear cog and single speed sprocket
• Strong, long-lasting High Tensile Steel Fully Tig-Welded frame for durability
• Alloy 46T Crank for a smooth riding experience
• Alloy Custom Riser Handlebars for ease of control
Cruise through your urban city in minimalist style
|FRAME:||High Tensile Steel Fully Tig-Welded|
|FORK:||1-1/8" Steel Fork|
|HEADSET:||1-1/8" Neco Headset|
|HANDLEBARS:||Alloy Custom Riser bars|
|CHAINRING CRANK:||Alloy 46T|
|BOTTOM BRACKET:||Sealed Bearing 68mm|
|WHEELS:||45mm Deep Alloy Rims|
|HUBS:||32H Bearing Hubs|
|TIRES:||700c x 25 Kenda|
|BRAKES:||Front Radius Forged Alloy|
The bike was packed well, so I don't think damage is too much of a worry, except a few tiny nicks in the paint, which isn't noticeable unless you're LOOKING for it. There was a small issue with how the bike shop put the pedal on, but customer support helped with replacing the parts. Putting it together isn't tough; the brakes are already on and so are the main parts. You've only got to put the handlebars, pedals, and front tire in place. It's preset to freewheel, but it has a fixed gear as well.
The bike arrived in good condition, very well packed and protected. There were no noticeable cosmetic nicks or scratches. If you have some basic bike and mechanical skills, you'll have no issues getting it road ready. It comes with a pedal wrench and a dual allen wrench for assembly. You'll need a phillips screwdriver to attach the rear cable stays. The handle bar needs to be assembled to the headset, pedals to crank arms, attach front wheel to fork. The rear brake is preassembled and cable routed to handle bar. Seat and seat post are ready to insert into the frame. That's it for basic assembly. There are a few other items to do before riding:- If you want a front brake, it's included, but you will need to attach the caliper, lever, and route the cable- Both front and rear brake shoes need to be aligned and tightened- Rubber cable stays (2) are included to route and secure the rear cable along the top tube- Suggestion: route the rear cable to the right of the headset instead of left as preassembled for a more tidy setup- Tighten the two alignment bolts on the rear axle drops (they were loose and would have been lost eventually)If you're good for all that, it's a DIY. If you're not comfortable, take it to your LBS for assembly and checkup.It is a well built ride with good components and quite a bit lighter than previous steel alloy fixies I have owned. I'm 5' 10" and the 55cm size is perfect.
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