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Fairdale

Express 700 Semi-Matt Red M/L

Out of stock

Vejl. Pris DKK3,895.00
FDL-CB-21EXP-SMRD-ML
Keep it simple.

The Express is a fast machine for urban riding, commuting and fun. A key feature on this bike is its riding position. Low-rise mountain bike style handlebars put you into a commanding and stable riding position for zipping through busy areas.

Features like wide Continental tires, a simple single-speed drivetrain and a tough steel frame mean this bike will be a joy to ride for years. Feel free to configure your Express with a wide array of aftermarket racks and fenders, thanks to the standard rack mounting points on the frame and fork.

Don’t overthink or over-complicate the bicycle, just hop on an Express and ride.


Frame:
1020 Steel, with Rack and Fender mounts

Fork:
1020 Steel, 1 1/8”

Handlebar:
Fairdale Archer v3, Aluminum

Stem:
70mm, Forged Aluminum

Headset:
FSA, Sealed Integrated, 45º/45º

Brake Lever:
Aluminum, Short Pull

Brake:
Aluminum, Dual Pivot, w/ Quick Release

Grips:
Fairdale Swan

Saddle:
Fairdale Logo Saddle

Seat Post:
Micro adjust, 27.2mm

Seat Clamp:
Fairdale, 30mm

Cranks:
FSA Tempo 1x (S/M=170mm, M/L=175mm)

Chainwheel:
42t

BB Parts:
FSA

Pedals:
Odyssey Twisted PC

Rims:
700c, 36H, 16.7mm X-Sec, Schrader Valve, Aluminum, Double-Wall, Pinned Joint

Front Hub:
36H 3/8” Axle, Aluminum Shell, Looseball

Rear Hub:
36H 3/8” Axle, Aluminum Shell, Looseball

Tires:
Continental Tour Ride, 700c x 42mm

Chain:
KMC S1

Driver:
16t Freewheel



Geometry

Top Tube (Effective):
565mm

Top Tube (Actual):
546mm

Seat Tube (Center to Top):
525mm

Seat Tube (Center to Top):
489mm

Seat Tube Angle:
73°

Head Tube Length:
155mm

Head Tube Angle:
72.5°

Chain Stay Length:
430mm

Wheelbase:
1031mm

Standover:
809mm

Stack:
584mm

Reach:
387mm

Fork Length:
404mm

Fork Offset:
50mm

BB Drop:
68mm

Dropout Spacing:
130mm

BB Type:
English 68mm

Seat Post:
27.2mm

Seat Clamp:
30mm

Approx. Max Tire Width:
42mm

Colour: Semi Matt Red