- Charge Scissor x Knog 29er Limited Edition 2013
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Charge Scissor x Knog 29er Limited Edition 2013
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|Bottle / Dark Green||Medium|
|Bottle / Dark Green||Small|
Designed with input from the key fixed gear innovators, the Scissor frame has been at the forefront of Fixed Gear Freestyle since it began only a few tender years ago.
Top Features of the Charge Scissor x Knog 29er Limited Edition 2013
|Number of gears:||1|
|Bottle Cage Mounts:||Double|
|Wheel Size:||29" (622)|
The Scissor was one of the first production frames designed specifically to take the abuse that these riders dish out. Made from Tange infinity tubing, both frame and fork, the bike comes fitted with Charge parts including their Griddle grips, Bucket saddle and Scissor bars.
This Knog version is exclusive to Wiggle and is the same as the show model that featured on the Knog stand at Eurobike. With orange components and decals throughout the bike these are truly unique and strictly limited edition only with only 120 available worldwide.
Each Scissor x is fully built, tested and tuned by Wiggle's team of qualified bike mechanics to ensure your bike arrives in perfect condition.
Note: Manufacturer may reserve the right to change the specification of that listed or shown on this page.
About Single Speeds
Wiggle list a large range of single speeds, such as pure track racing bikes, courier inspired machines, 29ers, ladies bikes right through to Charge’s range of interesting and varied choice single speeds. Single speed bikes offer cycling in its simplest form, they are lightweight low maintenance machines which make great winter hacks, commuters or track racers. Fashion accessory or serious piece of training equipment? The fact is after a few hours training on a single speed with a fixed you know you have done a work out!
About the Charge brand
Charge is a small UK based rider owned bicycle company specialising in simple yet functional hardtail frames and bikes with a distinct and contemporary styling.
Charge Bikes products range from Cross Country to Dirt Jumping, from budget to high end. We are not a dirt jump company, or an XC company, we are simply a UK bike company. Charge products are designed to encompass the ultimate in weight, strength, performance and ride characteristics of any product available.
|Top Tube Length:||552||564|
|Head Tube Angle:||71.5||71.5|
|Seat Tube Angle:||73||73|
|Seat Post Clamp:||30||30|
|Seat Post Dia.:||27.2||27.2|
|All dimensions in millimetres or degrees unless stated otherwise|
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That said, I am concerned that the 'medium' size of this model may be too small. I am determined to purchase a machine with exactly the correct spec in all aspects and I don't want to compromise this quest by something as vital as sizing.
Bear in mind this isn't a road bike so the frame isn't going to fit like one. If you are planning on doing tricks and the like, you will need a smaller frame anyway but you will find that the bike is designed to have a larger degree of standover height (hence the sloping top tube design) than a 'normal' road type fixed gear.
Don't forget you can fine tune sizing anyway but changing the stem or setting back the seat if necessary - although you might change the bike characteristics a bit if you do.
I'm thinking of buying a cheaper single speed bike to use in the city. First I was looking at road bike models, buit maybe something like this would be better over short distances in the city. I would like a rugged bike that is comfortable, but also relatively fast.
For you that own this bike; could this bike be an option for me or should I look elsewhere?
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