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Vilano Edge Fixed Gear Single Speed Bike

by Vilano
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List Price: $599.95
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  • Frame: Fixed Gear/Single Speed 700c
  • Fork: 700c 1 1/8" threadless
  • Wheelset: 43mm deep-V double walled-rear flip-flop hub (fixed gear or single speed)
  • Free pedals included
  • Crankset: Forged alloy with 46T chain ring
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Product Description

Product Description

The Vilano EDGE is a stylish urban fixed gear bike. It features 45mm Deep-V Anodized wheels with matching anodized hubs. The rear hub is flip-flop with a freewheel and cog, this allows you to quickly change from single speed to fixed gear by simply flipping the rear wheel. The urban geometry frame and straight fork are TIG-welded high tensile steel. We've also included 28c tires for increased contact and control in urban settings. Features: Fixed gear or single speed (flip-flop hub), Urban geometry 700c tig-welded Frame and Fork, Forged Alloy Crankset with 46T replaceable chain ring, 45mm Double Walled Deep-V Anodized Wheelset with matching Anodized Hubs; Free Platform Pedals Included; Full Specifications- Frame: Fixed Gear/Single Speed 700c Hi-tensile steel; Fork: 700c 1 1/8" Threadless; Crankset: Forged Alloy with replaceable 46T Chain ring; Chain: KMC Z410 1/8"; Cassette: 16T Freewheel & 16T Fixed; Hubs: Flip Flop; Rims: 45mm Deep-V profile Anodized; Tires: 700c x 28c; Brakes: Alloy Caliper Front & Rear; Handlebar: Alloy Riser; Saddle: Urban; Seat post: Alloy 25.4 x 300 mm; Stem: Alloy 7 deg.; Pedals: Free Platform Pedals.

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The Vilano EDGE is a stylish urban fixed gear bike. It featues 45mm Deep-V Anodized wheels with matching anodized hubs. The rear hub is flip-flop with a freewheel and cog, this allows you to quickly change from single speed to fixed gear by simply flipping the rear wheel. The urban geometry frame ans straight fork are tig-welded high tensile steel. We've also included 28c tires for increased contact and control in urban settings.

Features:

  • Fixed gear or single speed (flip-flop hub)
  • Urban geometry 700c tig-welded Frame and Fork
  • Forged Alloy Crankset w/ 46T replaceable chainring
  • 45mm Double Walled Deep-V Anodized Wheelset with matching Anodized Hubs
  • Free Platform Pedals Included

Full Specifcations:

  • Frame: Fixed Gear / Single Speed 700c Hi-tensile steel
  • Fork: 700c 1 1/8" Threadless
  • Crankset: Forged Alloy w/ replaceable 46T Chainring
  • Chain: KMC Z410 1/8"
  • Cassette: 16T Freewheel & 16T Fixed
  • Hubs: Flip Flop
  • Rims: 45mm Deep-V profile Anodized
  • Tires: 700c x 28c
  • Brakes: Alloy Caliper Front & Rear
  • Handlebar: Alloy Riser
  • Saddle: Urban
  • Seatpost: Alloy 25.4 x 300 mm
  • Stem: Alloy 7°
  • Pedals: Free Platform Pedals


Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 70 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00DY0Q6D8
  • Item model number: 551-EDGE-BLK-RED-50-P
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (89 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #77,934 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

I am very happy with the bike.
Mark Saldana
If you purchase this bike, expect to spend a lot of time and money on repairs.
Seletha Ann Poole
I love the look, how light it is and very smooth to ride.
devy

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

29 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Bad Mojo on April 30, 2012
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First off, I like this bike a lot. It is a good looking bike, with some really nice looking stuff attached. However, it has has some problems, and I think buyers should be aware of them.

1. The Packaging. I am not sure if they intended to ship me an open box, but they did. There is no way this box should have been delivered to a customer. The protective shields (for the axle ends) were all busted. The box was previously opened, but reclosed with a packing strap and some box tape. When I cut the strap, the box literally fell open. It was horrible.

2. The saddle will need to be replaced. I'm not sure what type of animal that seat was designed for, but certainly not a human. It is "swooped" up in the back which forces you to put more weight on the front wheel. This made the handling a little touchy, If you replace the seat, it really improves the handling, and the bike. I got a good quality, moderately priced seat from a local bike shop that gave me priceless advice on buying a seat. The improvement in the bike was dramatic.

3. Expect to spend some more money down the road for a new rear bearing. I ride it daily to work, and frankly I am not a small person. So I expected to wear out the rear bearings a little quicker than most, but not in a month.

4. You will need to take it to a local bike shop. Not only will they true the wheels, but they may find other problems. Mine had a cracked brake lever. Since those were on my "replace them eventually" list, I went ahead and replaced them. But let a pro check the bike for you.

Still with me? Ok. Now the good news. It rides great, its light, but feels sturdy. With the new seat it feels nimble and quick. I plan on getting better pedals for it, as well as other mods.
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By EDub on September 16, 2012
Color Name: Grey/OrangeSize Name: Medium Verified Purchase
Where to start? Not going for flow, here's some points. For 270 or whatever I paid, I'm not disappointed in this bike. That said, all my other bikes are $3,000+ bikes and so the perspective may be a little off. I think if you think a 600 dollar bike (the list price) should be amazing, you may be disappointed. I bought this to have a cheap fixie/single speed for rolling around Toronto, that I wouldn't scream bloody murder if it got stolen or damaged, and that I can ride at Mini-Drome next weekend.
Unlike other buyers who had complaints about the shipping condition of this an other Vilanos (ie box in rough shape, scratches, etc.) I had no issues - bike arrived in an intact box two or three days early. There were stand-offs in all the right spots to keep the bike from getting beaten around in the box - it was well packed.
Assembly was easy, if you know anything about bikes you don't need the video (there is no manual)
The headset is running a little rough, but not bad.
The whole bike is pretty heavy due to steel frame and deep dish wheels, but it rolls nicely.
The bike looks good, as good as the pictures. The fit is a little funny - I don't have it completely set up yet but I feel like I've got too much weight forward, even though my saddle is appropriately placed front to back and I'm not otherwise uncomfortable. Might just need to bring the saddle down a little.
The wheel ajustment is easy, and it takes about 30 seconds to switch from fixie to single speed, provided you have the tools with you.
The brakes, as most say, aren't worth anything. But a cheap set of replacements will be easy. Actually, I feel like I'll probably be eventually be replacing the wheels and steering assembly on this bike too, but it runs well out of the box.
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19 of 23 people found the following review helpful By DirtRaven on April 11, 2012
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Bike packaged pretty much the same as all the "Brand" name companies. I find that you get your moneys worth for this bike. The frame's welds are very clean as well as the paint job. After I assembled it, I took a quick test ride:
- Ride quality is very nice.
- Accelerates as expected with this gearing
- Brakes are solid (levers and calipers)
- Nice crankset
- Very good job on the handlebar tape (comes installed on the handlebars, not all companies do that).
- Wheelset is pretty true.
- Wheels have rim tape installed.
- Wellgo plastic pedals with cro-moly spindle.
- Decent seatpost with single bolt adjustable mount, not a cheap bolt through clamp steel post.

Just minor things to mention:
- Chain looking like it's spray painted
- Chain does not come lubed
- Tires are pretty cheap, but decent quality inner tube with presta valve
- Brake pads were 2 different style, front was allen bolt and the rear was nut posted.
- The handle bars inside diameter is very small. I added a set of Nashbar bar end brake levers and they would not fit with the expansion sleeve on. I end up taking the sleeve off and used just the expansion plug. Used a rubber mallet and banged it into the handle bars.
- Saddle is pretty cheap, but hell what did I only pay for this ride??!

Only thing I'm gonna do to it:
- Mount a decent used pair of GrandPrix 4000 that I have sitting around.
- Switch to reverse brake levers. I'm just use to my Cervelo P2C TT bike.
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