Retrospec Bicycles Mantra V2 Fixed Gear Bicycle with Sealed Bearing Hubs, Hunter Green, 57cm/Large

December 1, 2019 - Comment

Listen up. This is the new and improved mantra from Retrospec Bicycles. It now comes standard with front and rear Promax brakes to keep you safe on your ride (we know you’ve taken a page out of mr. Toad’s wild book). sealed cartridge bearing hubs keep your bike clean, strong, and healthy. If no ooey

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Listen up. This is the new and improved mantra from Retrospec Bicycles. It now comes standard with front and rear Promax brakes to keep you safe on your ride (we know you’ve taken a page out of mr. Toad’s wild book). sealed cartridge bearing hubs keep your bike clean, strong, and healthy. If no ooey gooey stuff can get in to its nooks and crannies, your bike will lead a happier life. The three-piece crankset is forged and will keep up with you as you bob and weave through your urban jungle. With a flip-flop hub, you can adventure around town however you’d like, be it fixed or single-speed with a freewheel. In addition to wanting your ride to be exactly what you want, we also want it to be exceptionally smooth, so we’ve added 43mm stars super deep-V rims with a machined braking surface. With a KMC chain, Kenda kwest commuter tires, and vp freestyle pedals, your two-wheeling expedition is about to be like nothing you’ve ever experienced.

Product Features

  • Hand-built, tig-welded Urban Comfort steel frame, perfect for commuting to work, cruising at the beach, and racing circles around competitors
  • Equipped with two brakes, one front and one rear, to ensure safe and secure riding in the city
  • Sealed cartridge bearing hubs with a flip-flop hub, so you can easily switch between riding fixed-gear or single-speed with the freewheel  
  • Comes standard with Kenda Kwest commuter tires, VP freestyle pedals, KMC chain, and Super deep-v rims-the ultimate cycling machine
  • 2016 mantra single speed & fixed gear commuter bike 2749 with a Series of improvements

Comments

Anonymous says:

DO NOT BUY – lasted less than 6 months This bikes has made me HATE cycling… I am an avaid rider, around 100 miles a week, half of it commuting everyday.I was in the market for a new commuter, I found one of these in a local bike shop and really liked but they didn’t have my size. I found it on amazon and I ordered it (not expecting much, I knew what I was buying) it shipped fast and was as described.Since December 2017 I’ve put around 1000 miles on this bike.I’ve had to replace:1.the…

Anonymous says:

Go ugly and save big! I wanted to try out riding fixed, so I shopped around for a cheap and ugly fixie bike, and got this one for a (silly) $124 because of the burnt orange color – I guess there’s an overstock compared to the most common black, white, grey etc. To my surprise, it arrived in good shape, wheels both true, no major shipping scratches or bends, and it went together in about 75 mins.As others have said, it’s probably not a great deal for $299, but for $125….. that’s the price of just a…

Anonymous says:

A worthy commuter with a budget-friendly price tag Got this bike about 6 weeks ago and have put a considerable amount of miles on it, so I decided to wait until now to write a review. Background: I am a hobby cyclist with an expensive cyclocross bike and I enjoy fixing up old roadies. I use this bike primarily for commuting around a large urban area with almost no hills.PROS: The bike is definitely worth more than $300 in my opinion. The frame is solid, feels substantial (but not TOO heavy), has clean welds, and a nice, durable…

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