SPECIAL SALE - GET THREE GEARS FOR ONLY $30 MORE THAN THE 1 SPD KILO TT
Mercier 2010 Kilo S3X
Improves on the
Fast, Simple, Classicly cool, Kilo TT - Now Three times better than the original. The Kilo S3X is equipped with the trick and high tech, triple-gear, fixed hub by Sturmey Archer. This three speed fixed gear hub is your super-secret-weapon.
The simple, direct feel of a fixed gear hub, with the ability to shift down for a hill! High technology hub-gear maker Sturmey Archer has just the thing: the new S3X Fixed Gear Hub. It is old school mixed with some very high-tech.
The S3X is an aluminum fixed-gear hub with three speeds. The difference between this and any other three-speed hub is that there is no freewheel, meaning that, like any fixed-gear, the pedals are always moving. Top speed runs direct, and when you shift down you’ll get -25% and -37.5% of the third gear. This ability to down-shift while pedaling will allow a rider to conquer hills and obstacles with greater ease.
The perfect solution: gears when you need them, and all the fun of riding with a fixed drivetrain.
Extremely limited shipment of these
incredibly fun, durable and versatile, three-speed-fixed-gear track bikes.
are blowing these out for Mercier as a special promotional deal.
Handmade Track frames. Precision brazed and welded with high-grade Reynolds 520 steel. Reynolds makes their 520 steel from Custom
Butted, Multishaped and tapered 4130 Chromoly.
The CustomTrack fork features a strong, investment cast, flat-crown lugs.
front and rear brakes. FREE - front and rear brakes and levers
Braze-ons and Rear Eyelets. Add a rear rack and panniers =
We highly recommend the installation of front and rear brakes (now included FREE with each bike) if you decide to convert your track bike to street use.
Check out some cool Custom Ideas: | BullHorn Conversion | RiserBar and Rear Rack
NOTE: Sized center to center, most riders fit a size smaller than they fit in a center to top sized bike
Example - if you ride a 58cm center to top sized bike then you may prefer the 55cm Kilo S3X
Please refer to the sizing charts before making your own purchase decision
Sizing: (c-c = center to center
seat tube, c-t = center to top, TT = top tube c-c)
44cm (c-c) is 47cm(c-t) with TT of 503mm* and standover of 28.5 inches*
47cm (c-c) is 50cm(c-t) with TT of 513mm and standover of 29 inches
50cm (c-c) is 53cm(c-t) with TT of 523mm and standover of 30.4 inches
53cm (c-c) is 56cm(c-t) with TT of 548mm and standover of 31.5 inches
55cm (c-c) is 58cm(c-t) with TT of 560mm and standover of 32 inches
57cm (c-c) is 60cm(c-t) with TT of 575mm and standover of 33 inches
60cm (c-c) is 63cm(c-t) with TT of 606mm and standover of 34 inches
63cm (c-c) is 66cm(c-t) with TT of 630mm and standover of 35.5 inches
(*estimated measurements of new size)
Questions about sizing? Email email@example.com
The "standover" is the distance from the floor to the upper surface of the top tube that is between ones legs when straddling the bicycle. Most riders want at least 1 to 1.5 inches between them and the hard chromoly steel top tube.
If you are between sizes, keep in mind the smaller one will have lower handlebars and more agile handling. The larger one will have higher handlebars but less straddle room. Your personal preferences will determine your size.
Another tip is to choose the bicycle that has a top tube length closest to the length of what you currently prefer.
The final choice is up to you.
Geometry link is at: http://www.cyclesmercier.com/geometry_tt.html
Available in Custom Limited Edition Colors: | StarBlue (as shown above) | StarGray | StarYellow | MatteBlack
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NOTE: PLEASE TIGHTEN YOUR LOCKRINGS, CRANKS, PEDALS ETC BEFORE AND AFTER EVERY RIDE. Stripped threads, cranks, pedals etc are due to those parts not being tightened enough by the rider and are not covered by warranty
An interesting track bike fact:
The Kilometre TT or 'Kilo' is three and a half laps long and is considered by many to be the most painful event in track racing. From a held start, the rider will sprint at full effort for a little over a minute.