Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Prism Cycles fixie/single speed: Riding the horse (3rd part)

Prism cycles fixie/single speed Riding the "horse"
Well, it's time to make our third and last post about the Prism cycles fixie/single speed. Today we want to explain you our feelings riding this "horse" and show some photos of the bike and cycling.

Prism cycles fixie/single speed Riding the "horse"
We have test the bike riding in the streets of our city: asphalt and dirty road. We will use this bike as a single speed, but you can change it because it comes with a flip flop hub to use it as a fixed gear/fixie bike too.

Prism cycles fixie/single speed Riding the "horse"
Prism cycles fixie/single speed Riding the "horse"
When we ride it, there is no sound, only the chain, it's great, no problems in the hubs, crank or fork, it comes really well fitted.

Prism cycles fixie/single speed Riding the "horse"
The handlebar is really comfortable if you want to ride like a classic bike or mountain bike, but if you want to ride like a messenger in San Francisco probably you will need a shorter handlebar, we are sure that if you comment it to Prism Cycles before you order they can help you.

Prism cycles fixie/single speed Riding the "horse"

Prism cycles fixie/single speed Riding the "horse"
Prism cycles fixie/single speed Riding the "horse"
When we ride on dirty road we ride as well as in asphalt, no problems, no strange sounds, and most importantly: no punctured!, the tires seem strong enough to roll over small rocks on the road.

The breaks works really well, they are very soft and stop you on time to avoid traffic problems!

Prism cycles fixie/single speed Riding the "horse"
Prism cycles fixie/single speed Riding the "horse"

Well, no more, we recommend this bike, but it's important to advise you about something: before you order this bike, free your creativity using the bike designer in their page, compare with other brands, choose your bike, and about all, enjoy your ride!

Thanks to Prism Cycles for give us the opportunity of test this great bike, thanks Colm!

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