The Studds Urban Race is a beautifully engineered singlespeed/fixie with a Quando flip flop hub making it a fixie or a singlespeed bike with a freewheel, depending on the riders preference. It has been carefully designed in Australia with daily commuters and recreational riders in mind and parts selected by us including a good quality sealed bottom bracket which is so often overlooked.
It has an intermediate ratio of 46-16 which will allow you to get up most hills. However, the chainwheel can easily be changed to a larger or smaller one without replacing the whole crankset should you prefer a different ratio at a later date.
With its deep dish 700C rims and matte black finish, the urban has been designed with reliable riding and good aesthetics in mind. We also keep our prices down by supplying direct from our warehouse to your home or office within 5 working days.
- Sleek Simple Urban Design
- Deep Dish Rims
- Quando Flip Flop Hub (Singlespeed or Fixie)
BOTTOM BRACKET: Sealed Cartridge BB
HUBS: Quando Alloy
RIMS: Double wall alloy deep dish rims (700C)
TIRES: KENDA 700x25C
BRAKE CALIPERS: RadiusTM Alloy Dual Pivot Caliper Brakes (Black)
BRAKE LEVERS: Full Alloy
STEM: Threadless Alloy Stem
SEAT: Black Competition Saddle
PEDALS: Wellgo Alloy Pedals
WEIGHT: 11.5 Kg
SIZES: Med 48cm, Large 54cm, XL 60cm
The bike will arrive with all major assembly already completed (known in the industry as 85% assembled), which includes all cabling and cranks. The only assembly left to complete is the attachment of the front wheel, handlebar, seat and pedals. Assembly takes around 20 mins to complete.
By default, the bike will be sent as a recorded delivery to your home or work address, but you can nominate a safe place the carton if you prefer, which may save a bit of hassle. With a recorded delivery, if no one is home to sign then a card will be left, a re-delivery can then be requested or you can collect the carton from the nearest ‘Couriers Please’ depot.
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There’s a touch of personal preference when it comes to choosing the right size. Saddle height can be adjusted to suit, so actually the main difference is the reach to the handlebars. If you’re finding it difficult to decide between 2 sizes, then a useful tip is if the distance of your wingspan (fingertip to fingertip with outstretched arms) is greater or equal to your height then you should choose the larger size.
Med (48cm) – Suitable for riders 5’5″(165cm) – 5’7″(170cm)
Large (56cm) – Suitable for riders 5’7″(170cm) – 6’1″(185cm)
XL (60cm) – Suitable for riders 5’11″(180cm) – 6’4″(193cm)