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That last clip. Actually all those clips.
You can also find all the details of Fly’s 2015 products at their newly updated website.
We’ve got a new Fly Bikes shipment due any day now and here’s a few items you’ll need to take a look at;
Ruben tyres are timeless and the new (lower profile) Rampera versions are the choice of many of the Uk’s most stylish riders. Matt Roe for one. All sizes and colours back in stock.
Devon Smillie’s seat is a Tripod design (of course) and on the bigger side with plenty of padding.
Devon’s signature grips are classic “mushroom” style grips with micro flanges and a whopping 160mm length to suit the biggest of bars.
Devon’s Fuego frame marks a switch to a burlier tube set for Fly with a steep 75.5 headtube angle and traditional 71 seattube angle it’s clear a lot of thought has gone into this joint and the way Devon rides you know it feels good.
Our most sought after stem of the moment. Matt Roe’s signature top load is compact but still manages a lofty 33mm rise. Black or Polished only. No gimmicks here.
Roey also has signature Tripod seat and it’s a slim boy with mid-size padding kevlar on the back for a durable finish and stylish looks.
Fly Bikes have their own take on the plastic peg. This one features chromoly inner (so it wont burr over and hinder socket entry like alloy) and a nylon sleeve with a slim (for plastic pegs) 35mm diameter and 100mm length.
There’s not many riders who possess this type of bike control. The FlyBikes team is stacked but Roey is something else.
Here Devon talks you through his FlyBikes signature line. Unlike a lot of signature products Devon seems to know and understand why his products ride exactly the way they do. No wonder those Fuego frames are running low already!