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V E N I C E

April 27, 2017 2 Comments

V E N I C E

Say ciao to the newest addition to our Hi-Ten collection. One of the first releases from our 2017 line, the Venice is a classic looking single speed bike inspired by the ever beautiful, Venice Beach. We paired a satin, sunset red finish with silver components and amber brown gumwall tires to give the Venice a vintage porteur-esque look with a modern twist. It's the perfect bike for cruising to the beach or a lazy afternoon spent riding down the boardwalk. See below for specs: 

  • 1020 Hi-Tensile steel frame
  • New, 31.8 mm riser bars
  • Lock on grips
  • 31.8 mm stem
  • Chrome 43 mm rims
  • CNC'd alloy crankset, 44:16 gear ratio
  • 28C amber gum wall tires
  • New, vegan leather saddle

Click here for more info

 

Tribe Bicycle Co Venice Fixed Gear Single Speed Bike
Tribe Bicycle Co Venice Fixed Gear Single Speed Bike
Tribe Bicycle Co Venice Fixed Gear Single Speed Bike
Tribe Bicycle Co Venice Fixed Gear Single Speed Bike
Tribe Bicycle Co Venice Fixed Gear Single Speed Bike


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Goody
Goody

July 03, 2017

Ok I’ve been searching and searching and searching. Finally found my fixie! Definitely grabbing one of these bad boys

Bob
Bob

June 29, 2017

Who is that? Low key v cute.

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