The Whitechapel Single Speed (Orange Wheels)

"The Whitechapel" is one of our London Collection single speed/fixie bikes, inspired by the place we are proud to call home. Each of our London Collection bikes is inspired by some of the most famous locations around our great capital and finished to the highest possible standards.

History:

An area of London steeped in history with a dark, unsolved mystery (Jack the Ripper - 1880s) Whitechapel is also where in 1865 William Booth began his Christian Revival Society which evolved to become The Salvation Army. Another famous Whitechapel resident was Joseph Merrick (The Elephant Man) who was rescued by Sir Frederick Treves after being exhibited in a shop window opposite the London Hospital where Dr Treves worked.

As with all of our models, they are built and assembled in London to the highest possible specification by our Cytech trained technicians.

Specification:

This stunning example is in-stock and ready to ride away, finished with:
  • Front & rear Shimano brakes in silver
  • Original crank and 46/16 gearing offering the perfect blend of acceleration and speed
  • Deda silver straight aluminium bars
  • Orange wheels (40mm) with a 16 tooth flip-flop rear wheel
  • Black Selle Italia S3 saddle
  • Black Michelin Dynamic Sport tyres
  • Contrasting white chain

The Whitechapel Single Speed (Orange Wheels)

£375.00
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The Whitechapel Single Speed (Orange Wheels)

£375.00
Size
£375.00

"The Whitechapel" is one of our London Collection single speed/fixie bikes, inspired by the place we are proud to call home. Each of our London Collection bikes is inspired by some of the most famous locations around our great capital and finished to the highest possible standards.

History:

An area of London steeped in history with a dark, unsolved mystery (Jack the Ripper - 1880s) Whitechapel is also where in 1865 William Booth began his Christian Revival Society which evolved to become The Salvation Army. Another famous Whitechapel resident was Joseph Merrick (The Elephant Man) who was rescued by Sir Frederick Treves after being exhibited in a shop window opposite the London Hospital where Dr Treves worked.

As with all of our models, they are built and assembled in London to the highest possible specification by our Cytech trained technicians.

Specification:

This stunning example is in-stock and ready to ride away, finished with:
  • Front & rear Shimano brakes in silver
  • Original crank and 46/16 gearing offering the perfect blend of acceleration and speed
  • Deda silver straight aluminium bars
  • Orange wheels (40mm) with a 16 tooth flip-flop rear wheel
  • Black Selle Italia S3 saddle
  • Black Michelin Dynamic Sport tyres
  • Contrasting white chain