Drome V3 Track Urban Commuter Bike with Carbon Fork | Silver
Drome V3 Track Urban Commuter Bike with Carbon Fork | Silver
Drome V3 Track Urban Commuter Bike with Carbon Fork | Silver
Drome V3 Track Urban Commuter Bike with Carbon Fork | Silver
Drome V3 Track Urban Commuter Bike with Carbon Fork | Silver
Drome V3 Track Urban Commuter Bike with Carbon Fork | Silver

Drome V3 Track Urban Commuter Bike with Carbon Fork

Regular price $589.99 Sale price
$399.99

Traditional Retail Price: $589.99

15 reviews

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Frame Size:
49CM
Rider Height:
5'2"-5'6"
Standover Height:
31"
Frame Size:
52CM
Rider Height:
5'6"-5'9"
Standover Height:
32.5"
Frame Size:
55CM
Rider Height:
5'9"-6'
Standover Height:
33.5"
Frame Size:
58CM
Rider Height:
6'-6'3"
Standover Height:
34"
Frame Size:
61CM
Rider Height:
6'3"+
Standover Height:
34.5"

Our third edition of Drome marries track and city streets. Drome’s reinforced carbon fork and slick geometry built for only one thing: speed. A smooth 6061 aluminum diamond frame cuts through streets and expertly handles its way around the track.

    Drome’s flip-flop hub allows you to choose between freewheel and single-speed to match your riding style. The smooth welded frame, lightweight and extremely durable carbon fiber fork, integrated headset, front and rear brakes, and sealed bearing hubs prepare you for a wild ride on your own terms. Drome’s fewer parts mean less maintenance on your bike overall.



    Built for Speed
    A sharp, slick diamond frame captures an urban edge, slices through wind, cuts through streets, and expertly handles its way around the track.

    This, That, and a Little Extra
    Drome’s flip-flop hub allows you to choose between freewheel and single-speed to match your riding style. The smooth welded frame, lightweight and extremely durable carbon fiber fork, integrated headset, front and rear brakes, and sealed bearing hubs prepare you for a wild ride on your own terms.

    Lightweight Carbon Fork
    Drome's lightweight Carbon Fiber, 1.5" Taper (1 1/8"/28.6mm x 1 1/2"/39.8mm) fork is as durable as it is sleek.

    *We strongly suggest that you take your bike to a professional bicycle mechanic to be built and/or checked out to ensure that the cog and lockring are tightened, the brakes adjusted, and the wheels trued.

    Frame: Smooth Welded 6061 Aluminum, Oval Aerodynamic Tubing, Double-Plated Drop Out Inserts, 1.5" Tapered Head Tube

    Brakes: Promax Radius Alloy Front & Rear

    Tires: Kenda K1018 Road Tires, 700 x 25C, 125psi

    Fork: Carbon Fiber, 1.5" Taper (1 1/8"/28.6mm x 1 1/2"/39.8mm)

    Handlebar: Compact Drop Bar, 31.8mm x 420mm

    Stem:Promax Alloy 90mm

    Headset: Integrated, Sealed

    Crank: Alloy Forged 3-piece 170mm Arms, 46T

    Bottom Bracket: Sealed Cartridge Bearing NECO

    Pedals: High Impact, Reinforced Nylon Resin Low-Profile Platform

    Rims: Alloy Star 43mm Double Wall 32 Hole, 14g/1.8mm Black Stainless Steel Spoke, Front Radial, Rear 3X

    Hub Rear: Retrospec Alloy Sealed Cartridge Bearing Flip-Flop Hub with 16T Fixed-Gear and Freewheel

    Hub Front: Retrospec Alloy Sealed Cartridge Bearing

    Seat Post Clamp: Alloy CNC Machined

    Seatpost: Integrated Alloy 27.2mm

    Saddle: Retrospec Low-Profile Racing

    Chain: KMC Z-series 1/2 x 1/8"

    Recommended Weight Limit: 250 LBS

    Measuring Inseam

    Inseam is the most important metric to consider when deciding on bike size. In order to take this measurement properly, follow these guidelines:

    1. Stand upright with your feet 6-8" apart.
    2. Using a tape measure or tailor tape, measure from the bottom of your foot to the top of the inside of your leg.
    3. Compare your inseam measurement to the standover height of the bike. You should have about an inch of space between your body and the top tube.

    Additional Sizing Info

      Drome’s flip-flop hub allows you to choose between freewheel and single-speed to match your riding style. The smooth welded frame, lightweight and extremely durable carbon fiber fork, integrated headset, front and rear brakes, and sealed bearing hubs prepare you for a wild ride on your own terms. Drome’s fewer parts mean less maintenance on your bike overall.



      Built for Speed
      A sharp, slick diamond frame captures an urban edge, slices through wind, cuts through streets, and expertly handles its way around the track.

      This, That, and a Little Extra
      Drome’s flip-flop hub allows you to choose between freewheel and single-speed to match your riding style. The smooth welded frame, lightweight and extremely durable carbon fiber fork, integrated headset, front and rear brakes, and sealed bearing hubs prepare you for a wild ride on your own terms.

      Lightweight Carbon Fork
      Drome's lightweight Carbon Fiber, 1.5" Taper (1 1/8"/28.6mm x 1 1/2"/39.8mm) fork is as durable as it is sleek.

      *We strongly suggest that you take your bike to a professional bicycle mechanic to be built and/or checked out to ensure that the cog and lockring are tightened, the brakes adjusted, and the wheels trued.

      Frame: Smooth Welded 6061 Aluminum, Oval Aerodynamic Tubing, Double-Plated Drop Out Inserts, 1.5" Tapered Head Tube

      Brakes: Promax Radius Alloy Front & Rear

      Tires: Kenda K1018 Road Tires, 700 x 25C, 125psi

      Fork: Carbon Fiber, 1.5" Taper (1 1/8"/28.6mm x 1 1/2"/39.8mm)

      Handlebar: Compact Drop Bar, 31.8mm x 420mm

      Stem:Promax Alloy 90mm

      Headset: Integrated, Sealed

      Crank: Alloy Forged 3-piece 170mm Arms, 46T

      Bottom Bracket: Sealed Cartridge Bearing NECO

      Pedals: High Impact, Reinforced Nylon Resin Low-Profile Platform

      Rims: Alloy Star 43mm Double Wall 32 Hole, 14g/1.8mm Black Stainless Steel Spoke, Front Radial, Rear 3X

      Hub Rear: Retrospec Alloy Sealed Cartridge Bearing Flip-Flop Hub with 16T Fixed-Gear and Freewheel

      Hub Front: Retrospec Alloy Sealed Cartridge Bearing

      Seat Post Clamp: Alloy CNC Machined

      Seatpost: Integrated Alloy 27.2mm

      Saddle: Retrospec Low-Profile Racing

      Chain: KMC Z-series 1/2 x 1/8"

      Recommended Weight Limit: 250 LBS

      Measuring Inseam

      Inseam is the most important metric to consider when deciding on bike size. In order to take this measurement properly, follow these guidelines:

      1. Stand upright with your feet 6-8" apart.
      2. Using a tape measure or tailor tape, measure from the bottom of your foot to the top of the inside of your leg.
      3. Compare your inseam measurement to the standover height of the bike. You should have about an inch of space between your body and the top tube.

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      05/23/2020
      Tedd R.
      United States United States
      Mustang part II

      I bought is muscle ride to strengthen my legs and improve my transfer of power. Just got rid of my 40th anniversary silver mustang addition. So this is a nice replacement. Very smooth finish and glides along the road like that mustang. Fun to ride.

      AM
      05/21/2020
      Alanis M.
      United States United States
      Defect

      This is a great starters bike. However, when I was assembling all of the parts, the hole of the pedal was missing a thread. Luckily, I had a thread starter and was able to screw in the left pedal AFTER I drilled a thread. I am disappointed that they did not double check all of the parts before sending it to me, but since I was able to fix the problem, I did not return it.

      JD
      05/21/2020
      Josefina D.
      United States United States
      I love this bike

      I rode this bike and instantly fell in love. Unfortunately the other night someone broke into my garage and stole it :( I tried to order another, but out of stock so sad But definitely a good buy lol I have terrible luck

      MT
      05/21/2020
      Matt T.
      United States United States
      Pretty good so far

      Been pretty good so far. I’ve noticed a few items have become loose after about 10 rides, so I need to take it to my local bike shop for a tune up sooner than I thought. But not the end of the world.

      DC
      05/16/2020
      Dudley C.
      United States United States
      Good

      Bike frame is solid. Overall good ride. Had to replace both inner-tubes. Not sure if thats because of bad New Jersey Roads or bad product. Regardless, after 4 weeks of ownership, I'm pleased.

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