Fairdale 2021 Flyer 27.5" Bike (Cool Grey) (S/M)

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The Fairdale Flyer is simply a bike designed to ride. With no finicky technology, an ultra-durable BMX bar and stem, and its 27.5 x 2" tires, the Flyer is ready to cruise around town or soak up bumps when the road gets rough.

Features:

  • Continental Double Fighter tires
  • SRAM X4 1x8 gearing
  • FSA Tempo 1x crankset
  • V-brakes front and rear
  • Odyssey Twisted PC pedals
  • Fairdale Swan grips
  • Fairdale Logo saddle
  • Fairdale MX bars
  • Sunday Freeze stem
Specifications:
Sizes: S/M (5'2" - 5'8" height), M/L (5'6 - 6'0" height)
Frame: 1020 Steel with 1-1/8” Integrated Head Tube 
Fork: 1020 Steel 1-1/8” Steerer tube
Handlebar: Fairdale MX Bar
Stem: Sunday Freeze, Top-Load, 48mm Reach
Headset: FSA, Sealed Integrated, 45º/45º 
Brake Lever: Aluminum 
Brake: Aluminum V-Brakes 
Grips: Fairdale Swan 
Saddle: Fairdale Logo 
Seat Post: 27.2mm Micro Adjust 
Seat Clamp: 30mm Fairdale Clamp 
Cranks: FSA Tempo 1X (S/M = 170mm, M/L = 175mm)
Chainring: Fairdale, 36T 
BB Parts: FSA
Pedals: Odyssey Twisted PC 
Rims: 36-Hole, Aluminum, Double Wall, Pinned Joint, Schrader Valve
Front Hub: 36H, 3/8” Axle , Aluminum Shell, Looseball
Rear Hub: 36H, 3/8” Axle, 8-Speed, Aluminum Shell, Looseball
Tires: Continental Double Fighter 2.0, 27.5 x 2.0”
Chain: KMC Z8.1
Cassette: 8-Speed, 13-34t
Shift Lever: SRAM X4 Trigger, 8-Speed
Rear Derailleur: SRAM X4, Mid-cage, 8-Speed
Shift Cable: Fairdale

This product was added to our catalog on April 28, 2021

Verified Owner
Tuesday, Aug 3 2021 (6 weeks ago)
Fairdale 2021 Flyer 27.5" Bike (Cool Grey) (M/L)
Bike has quality issues. There was a manufacturing issue with an axle slot of the front fork causing one slot to be way too small to accept the axle. Fairdale claimed the slot was bent during shipping because their manufacturing process is so great the issue would be impossible, even though I have the evidence right in front of me of a manufacturing flaw. They then tell me they can't send a replacement because the bike is a previous model and they don't have replacement parts. So in 2021, a 2021 model bike is so outdated they have no replacement parts for warranty issues? Cool story guys. The fork also has an area where paint is cracking and chipping off. The cable mounts on the bottom of the top tube are all crooked--instead of being at the 6 o'clock position they're more like the 5 o'clock. The wheels came very out of true. The rear wheel wobbled bad enough to rub the frame in a spot. The bike did not come with the tires advertised. Both front and rear wheels came with the axles so tight against the bearings they were difficult to spin the axle by hand. I put 100 miles on the bike like this and they did not loosen even slightly. The crank is also way too tight. After straightening out the issues that I could and putting different tires on it, I do really like the bike. It's very heavy, but I use it as an exercise bike so the weight doesn't bother me too much. The arrogance of the company and lack of warranty parts for a current model year bike is a problem, when I could have bought a nice Trek at a local shop for the same amount.