Vilano Rampage Fixed Gear Fixie Single Speed Road Bike
|Price:||$199.00 - $285.36|
- Fixed gear or single speed (flip-flop hub)
- Urban geometry 700c tag-welded Frame and Fork
- Forged Alloy Crank set w/46T replaceable chain ring
- 45mm Double Walled Deep-V Anodized Wheel set with matching Anodized Hubs
- Free Platform Pedals Included
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From the manufacturer
Vilano Rampage Fixed Gear Bike
Perfect urban commuter
Single speed or fixed gear, choose how you want to ride this smooth city bike.
Simple to assemble and maintain
No gears means easy maintenance.
What a great way to get around in style! The Vilano Rampage has a classic look and comes in many color combos.
- 45mm Deep-V anodized wheels
- Flip flop hub
- Low maintenance
Awesome daily rider
Weekend warriors and everyday commuters or students will enjoy the Vilano Rampage.
The Vilano Rampage is shipped with the hub on its freewheel/single speed side (so you can coast). Just flip the wheel to ride it as a fixed gear.
Lightweight, durable frame
An urban geometry track style frame and straight fork are made from tig-welded hi-ten steel. The 45mm double walled deep-V anodized wheels have matching anodized hubs.
Vilano Bikes has offered affordable, quality bicycles since 2008. Check out the extensive online knowledge base with assembly helps, maintenance tips, product info and more.
The all new Vila no Rampage 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 tag-welded high tensile steel. We've also included 28c tires for increased contact and control in urban settings. Lt;strong>Features:&let;/strong>< BR/& gear or single speed (flip-flop hub)Urban geometry 700c tag-welded Frame and Fork Forged Alloy Crank set w/46T replaceable chain ring45mm Double Walled Deep-V Anodized Wheel set with matching Anodized Hubs Free Platform Pedals Included strong Full Specifications:&let;/strong>< BR/&get; Frame: Fixed Gear/Single Speed 700c Hi-tensile steel Fork: 700c 1 1/8" Thread less Crank set: Forged Alloy w/replaceable 46T Chain ring Chain: KMC Z410 1/8"Cassette: 16T Freewheel & 16T Fixedly;/Rims: 45mm Deep-V profile Anodized Tires: 700c x 28c Brakes: Alloy Caliper Front & Rear;/li>Pedals: Free Platform Pedals let;/p>.
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After assembling the bike myself and riding for 2 weeks now very hard, up and down curbs 10+ miles a day it has surpassed my expectations. Everything works as it should and the wheels are surprisingly true upon arrival.
It's a cheap bike, and it reflects that in the quality of parts, but it gets the job done. If you just want to get from point a to point b, it's great for the money. It is by no means a high end bike, but for a cheap commuter I would definitely recommend it.
All of the negative reviews sound like very novice cyclists with limited maintenance experience, treat it right and it's great so far. Don't expect a $1000+ bike for $200, but it's still way better than any Walmart or equivalent big box store bike.
If you want a cheap cruiser or commuter go for it, if you are serious about cycling and racing or track riding, you wouldn't even be considering it or be reading this. Don't let that scare you though this gets the job done. As I said I've taken it up and down hundreds of curbs at speed and haven't damaged a thing, nothing moves if properly assembled.
If you know nothing about bikes get someone who does to assemble it for you. At the end of the day proper assembly will make or break any bike.
Before inflating the tires, I recommend removing the tire and tube from each wheel and inspecting the rim and especially the liner tape that covers the spoke nipples. In my case, on one wheel the liner had a twist in it and would have caused a tube puncture. The tubes and tires are the usual Kenda stuff and should give good service.
Finally, the bike just looks kewl. The red wheels are anodized, not painted, so they have this luster shine that rocks. A little wax all around and the finish looks flawless. I've cranked out just over 200 miles over this week and it's been a sweet ride. Best couple hundred bucks I've spent in a long time. No regrets!
it's a simple single speed.
I bought it to ride at home indoors in the winter.
and it will be perfect for taking along to the Gulf Coast.
I ordered the matte black, incase there were scratches.
the only issue with it was the valve stem was bent all to *#^%
so I have been airing it up at each ride until I can get to my local bike shop.
I agree with another reviewer. if you are looking for a 1k bike for this price,
aint gonna happen. quit looking for something for free.
for the price, this really is an excellent bike.
I also felt much better when we took it to a bike shop out of town to have
them look at it before we started riding. he put air in it and tightened all the bolts.
just to make sure. he made me feel better when he said it was great.
I do have a VERY NICE BIKE in a different price range.
but with this bike, hubby and I don't have to rent bikes in FL now.
we bought the large. he is 6' and it fits him perfectly.
Just some few things to take note: for one, I recommend replacing the brakes at some point (and be sure to tighten them before riding for the first time). They aren't bad, I haven't replaced them yet, but they aren't the best quality, and braking can be squeaky and not a short halt. The hand grips on the handlebars are a sort of rubbery material, and I find that they slip very easily. So every so often, I have to push them back in place. I'm sure a solution could be to put some friction tape under them, or replace them with handlebar tape or something. Also, there are spots built in the frame that allow a water bottle rack to be attached if you so choose.
All in all, I think this is a great bike for someone looking for an affordable bike that rides well and doesn't need a ton of maintenance. I use it fr heavy-duty commuting, so I'd say it works for that or for a leisure bike