Harper Fixie Bike - Single Speed

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Harper is a sleek and simple urban bike built for the bustling city, sporting a single speed drivetrain and tough steel frame. Harper is uncomplicated and low maintenance for the minimalistic rider.

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  • Aero-style downtube frame
  • Sealed cartridge bearing hubs
  • Deep-V aero rims with stainless steel spokes
  • Threadless steering system
  • Internal cable routing
  • Rear dropout with integrated chain tensioners
Color
53CM - M
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Harper Fixie Bike - Single Speed | Slate
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High-Tensile Steel Frame

Durable build
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Single Speed

Lighter and less complicated
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700x28C Commuter Tires

Solid traction, smooth rolling
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Flip Flop Hub

Ride fixed gear or freewheel
Features
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Durable Steel Frame
High-tensile strength steel is tough, resistant to fatigue, and shock-absorbing-a must for city riding. 
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Single Speed
Single speed bikes boast fewer components than multi-gear bikes, which keeps them lighter, less complicated, and low maintenance.
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Commuter Tires
Grooved tires grip the pavement and dispel water for solid traction, rain or shine.
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Flip Flop Hub
Ride freewheel or switch to fixed gear by flipping the rear wheel.
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Waffle Grips
Waffle-textured grips provide a secure, shock-absorbing grip for better control.
Best for pavement
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Pavement
Gravel
All terrain

Best for flat
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Flat
Some hills
Hilly
Mountain
  • Specifications
  • Sizing
  • Financing
  • Assembly instructions
Specifications
Specification
Frameset
  • Frame Hand Built tig-welded high-tensile steel, "UrbanComfort" design
  • Fork Unicrown, Threaded, 28.6mm, 1x fender-eyelet
Wheelset
  • Rims Retrospec aluminum double-wall 32H, 30mm V-section, precision machined brake tracks
  • Hubs Retrospec low-flange aluminum alloy, loose-ball bearings, 32H, rear flip-flop, bolt-on
  • Spokes 14G UCP
  • Tires Retrospec 700 x 28C all-season, P/V valves
  • Recommended Weight Limit 250 LBS
Drivetrain
  • Crank Harper Forged Aluminum Alloy 165mm x 46T x1/8"
  • Chain KMC C1 1/2 x 1/8"
  • BB Sealed Cartridge, 68 x 103mm
  • Freewheel/Cog 16T x 1/8"
Components
  • Headset 1 1/8" (28.6mm) steel, Threaded
  • Brakes Aluminum alloy dual-pivot side-pull calipers & aluminum brake levers. 47-57mm reach.
  • Handlebars Aluminum Alloy 520mm Wide x 30mm Rise, 25.4
  • Grips Retrospec Triangle Kraton 125mm length
  • Stem Quill-type aluminum 80mm extension, -17⁰ rise, 25.4 handlebar clamp, 22.2 quill
  • Saddle Retrospec Pista
  • Seatpost Aluminum Alloy Seat Post 25.4 x 300mm with Micro Adjust head
  • Seatpost Clamp Aluminum alloy CNC precision 28.6mm
  • Pedals Low-Profile Platform, Reinforced Nylon resin, 9/16"
Sizing
Sizing
How to measure my inseam for a bike

Your inseam can help you find the perfect sized bike (measuring it properly is similar to pant inseams but measured a little differently). Here's how they work:

  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.
SizeHeight RangeStandover Height
43CM - XS 5’5” - 5’7” 29.5"
49CM - S 5’8” - 5’10” 31"
53CM - M 5’11” - 6’0" 32.25"
57CM - L 6’1” - 6’2” 33.375
60CM - XL 6’3” - 6’5" 35"
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Rated 4.7 out of 5 stars
Based on 664 reviews
Total 5 star reviews: 525 Total 4 star reviews: 107 Total 3 star reviews: 28 Total 2 star reviews: 2 Total 1 star reviews: 2
Rating
Ratings
664 reviews
  • Amarissa
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    Verified Buyer
    5/4/24
    Rated 5 out of 5 stars
    LOVE THIS BIKE

    I had this bike for 2 years now and I absolutely love it!!! Only downfall is that has no shock absorption so if your streets are rocky you’ll definitly feel it but other than that it’s great!!! I even got hit by a car and the only damage is a lost handle bar grip and a cracked pedal. THIS BIKE IS BUILT TO LAST!!!

  • Michael L.
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    Verified Buyer
    4/2/24
    Rated 5 out of 5 stars
    Awesome

    Awesome

  • Justine
    Verified Buyer
    12/24/23
    Rated 1 out of 5 stars
    1 Star

    Arrived broken

    Retrospec
    2/13/24
    Hey Justine, Thanks for reaching out! I'd be happy to assist you with this. Sorry that your item was received damaged. Could you possibly send over some pictures of damaged parts?
  • Xavier J.
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    Verified Buyer
    12/5/23
    Rated 4 out of 5 stars
    Know what you're buying

    If you're like me, you're probably looking for the cheapest possible bike that still has an acceptable standard of quality. This is that, make no mistake. in terms of bang for your buck, you're not going to do much better than this. The build quality is solid. It's easy to put together. It goes forward when you pedal, and stops when you hit the brakes. It's a bike. It does bike things about as well as you'd expect. The wheels arrived a little out of true, but that was fixed after about 5 minutes on YT with an adjustable wrench.

    BUT, you need to understand what you're leaving on the table with this. For this price point, you get no shock absorbers, and no gear shifting. "of course, it's a single speed " you might say. But seriously, consider WHERE you're going to ride this bicycle. With no ability to shift gears, ANY hill becomes a big challenge. The lack of shock absorbers make riding on a sidewalk, or any sort of cracked or uneven terrain a challenge on the wrists. And the tires are very minimalist. If you're going to be riding this on FLAT, DRY, NON-BUMPY streets, this will be just fine.

    It MIGHT be worth a few more bucks to spring for something with a few more features. But if you ABSOLUTELY need the cheapest possible bike, this will do the trick.

  • Cedric M.
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    Verified Buyer
    11/30/23
    Rated 5 out of 5 stars
    Great machine - Short delivey

    Great machine - Short delivey time

    However some damages on packing but nothing serious.

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