Fixies / Single Speeds
$509.99 - $549.99
Long on lightweight versatility and short on unnecessary bells and whistles, Electra's Loft 1 is the urban speed machine you've been dreaming about. The steel frame and fork feature clean, uncluttered lines nearly as smooth as the carefree ride. Swept back handlebars and a supportive saddle provide a back-friendly, heads-up riding position, and cushy grips keep your hands happy. The whole package rolls on light, tough, aluminum rims wrapped in 700x38c tires. It's easy to keep everything under control, and throw in the odd skid or two, thanks to the super simple rear coaster brake.
$749.99 $899.99 17% Savings
Sometimes gears are overrated. For proof, check out Kona's Paddy Wagon. It's a fixie born for pavement and ready for both the open road and downtown traditionalists. Its Renyolds 520 chromoly frame is tough, snappy and smooth, while the sturdy Kona fork makes this Paddy Wagon handle more like a Ferrari. The flip-flop rear wheel comes with both a fixed 16-tooth cog and freewheel so you can choose and change your drivetrain whenever you wish. This elegant one-speed also boasts powerful Tektro brakes and high-quality Kona components so you're ready to hit the streets in style.
Aggressive urban riding lays some fairly specific demands on a bike. Kona’s Paddy Wagon Stubby checks off that entire list to get you from A to B with speed, reliability, and a heaping plate of fun. The Reynolds 520 chromoly frame rides like a buttered dream and puts up with the day-to-day abuse that hobbles lesser bikes. Its geometry is built for quick maneuvers, explosive acceleration, and instantaneous response. It’s flip-flop rear hub and FSA single-speed crank make for a fast getaway, whether you like it fixed or free, and 30mm Schwalbe tires stand up to city street threats with outstanding traction and puncture resistance. Bolt-on hubs tell thieves to keep walking, while the Stubby riser bar can be trimmed to whatever length fits cozily between cars in your city. And, Kona hooked the Paddy Wagon up with a pair of hard-clamping Tektro brakes — show you’ve got a brain under that helmet and use them.
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