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Old 06-02-2014, 03:12 AM   #1
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Has any one here seen or rode an AeroFix S7 single speed? Opinions wanted...

http://www.aerofixcycles.com/aero-frames/aero-frame-s7-matte-black.html

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Old 06-02-2014, 04:40 AM   #2
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Looks very cool Bryan but I question the utility of an aero frame on a SS. Unless you are an Olympic track cyclist driving a 53x11 gear you are never going to move fast enough on a SS to need to worry about aero anything .


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I just think it is real cool looking.
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Old 06-02-2014, 12:21 PM   #5
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Yup, definitely very cool looking.
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Cool factor is all it has going for it. Its using 6061 alloy instead of 7071 T6 alloy or carbon, plus its only available in 50cm right now which is sized for a very very very small person, like under 5'
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Yeah, I researched it.... The 55cm are coming in stock in a few weeks....

The reason I was looking was to get a bigger SS frame, my State Undefeated is a bit small. I originally bought 52 based on the measurements, but it is cramped... And, they have stopped making the run of Undefeatds.

I really like it, (the Undefeated), and was disappointed that they are not making them anymore, BUT! I found a 55cm Undefeated frameset on Amazon,brand new, so I ordered it and will move components over.

The Undefeated is 7005 Aluminum and full carbon fork, carbon steer tube.

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omg! it's so cool! The fork make by carbon right ?
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Yes, carbon fork, aluminum frame.

Updated, My wife has the same frame, different paint scheme...


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