Specialized's Langster Street is the pinnacle of simplistic, performance-focused bike design. The A1 Premium aluminum frame with track-specific geometry has fully manipulated tubing and impressive overall stiffness, making the Langster a formidable threat on both the track and the streets. Married to the incredible frame is Specialized's FACT carbon fork, which increases front end ridigity, while also providing excellent steering response for the unique demands of the track. An aluminum square taper crankset with a 48-tooth chainring has plenty of stiffness, and is built tough to last for years to come. With its stiff and responsive frame, road-smoothing carbon fork, and solid build kit, the Langster Street is a city bike distilled down to its purest form.
D Street Projekt, there's not much to say about it because there isn't a lot to it and that's the point, no gears, no flash, and no worries. Projekt comes with a D street frame complete with track dropouts. If you want to outfit it with fenders and racks for commuting, it's got the mounts. Strong double wall rims and sturdy 32-hole alloy wheelset team up with a flip flop hub that lets you switch it up from fixed to single speed and back again. The Projekt has one vision, a small carbon footprint within a very big life. Features: - Rack and fender mounts - Custom D Street hi-ten single-speed frameset with track dropouts - Alloy 3-piece crankset with sealed BB - Simple one-speed freewheel drivetrain - Tektro R317 rear brake - Kenda 700 x 28c tires - Sturdy 32-hole alloy wheelset with doublewall rims - Steel riser 30mm, 600mm width handlebar
$290.00 $329.99 12% Savings
One speed is a movement, a cult, a state of mind. With only one speed, there is nothing between you and your bicycle. As simple as running, as freeing as flying, you become the ultimate pedal-powered steam-punk beast: two wheels, two legs, two parallel spines of bone and steel. Get one-on-one with your Projekt: a keepin' it real steel frame, alloy bar, stainless steel spokes, a rear brake for emergencies (and to keep it legal) and the thoughtful addition of a flip flop-hub for switching from fixed to freewheel. It's an uncompromising vision, and a powerfully vivid way to crank through the city.
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