If you’ve been to www. fitbikeco.com, then you’ve no doubt seen this. When Robbie Morales says Fit’s doing a complete that’s built for street riding, he means it – this is about as “true street” as you get without building a custom ride. Notice anything missing in this photo? Brakes maybe? Obviously the bike comes with them (it violates some consumer product safety commission law if it doesn’t), but you only get one option where they’re going to go, and it’s not the chain or seatstays. Here’s a closer look…

$559.99 and it’s all yours. (Yeah, that’s a lot of money, but seriously, what would you change? There’s very little on this bike that needs upgrading…)  credit: James Ayres

Fit’s Flow Street has a 20.75″ top tube, a mid-sized, press fit BB, an integrated FSA Impact headset and 30/11 gearing.

Be honest; if you saw this bike at the park, would you know it was bone stock?

No brake mounts back here…

A close up of the Flow Series graphics…

This bike is all about the details – flangeless grips really help drive home the point that this isn’t just another freestyle bike.

This front end is about as clean and simple as you’re going to find.

Flow Street Specs: – 100% 4130 chromoly frame, forks, bars (frame is clear coated)
– 20.75″ top tube
– Mid-press fit BB and integrated FSA Impact headset
– Heat threated 48-spine cranks w/CNC’d spacers
– Cassette hub with one-piece 1-tooth driver
– 36-hole Sun Street Lite rims
– 30-tooth CNC’d Fit ultralight sprocket
– 2.10″ Fit tires front and rear
– Fit Key Logo grips
– Fit aluminum I-beam seat post
– S&M 101 pedals
– S&M logo seat
– Four pegs
– Rear caliper brakes included (but not shown)

For more info, click www. fitbikeco.com