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Fairdale Daybird 3 Speed Cruiser - Black

  • 1960s Inspired Design
  • 3-Speed cruiser
  • Chromoly Cranks
  • Sealed Bottom Bracket
  • Extra thick tread Tyres

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Product Description


Classic 1960’s 3-speed cruisers are some of our favourite bikes. One of the reasons we love them so much is that they just seem to “keep going” with minimal maintenance, even after decades of everyday use. The Daybird takes inspiration from the old 3-speed bikes we admire and adds in carefully selected modern improvements.

On the classic side find Sturmey Archer’s 3-speed hub combined with a durable and intuitive aluminium thumb shifter. The high-quality steel frame features a time-proven comfortable riding position. On the modern side find light-weight, polished Aluminium fenders and chainguard. The bike will keep going thanks to the Chromoly cranks, sealed bottom bracket, and tires protected by an extra thick tread.

FRAME: 1020 Steel 700c with 1-1/8” Head Tube
FORK: 1020 Steel 1-1/8” Steerer tube
HANDLEBAR: Archer 2 Cruiser Bars, Aluminum
STEM: Aluminum, 70mm
HEADSET: 1-1/8”
BRAKE LEVER: Aluminum, Short Pull
BRAKE: Aluminum, Dual Pivot, 57-75mm Reach
GRIPS: Fairdale Swan
SEAT: Fairdale Cruiser
SEAT POST: 27.2mm Micro Adjust
SEAT CLAMP: 30mm Fairdale Clamp
CRANKS: Chromoly 3-Piece Step
CHAINWHEEL: Fairdale, 42T
BB: Mid, 19mm, Press-fit, Sealed
PEDALS: Odyssey Twisted PC
RIMS: Double wall, 32-Hole, Aluminum, Schrader Valve
FRONT HUB: 32H 3/8“ axle
REAR HUB: Sturmey Archer RS-RF3 w/ 17T Cog
SHIFT LEVER: Sturmey Archer SLS30-T Friction Shifter
TIRES: CST 700c x 38mm
FENDERS: Aluminum, High-polished, Anodized
CHAIN GUARD: Aluminum, High-polished, Anodized
KICK STAND: Aluminum


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