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A straightforward singlespeed built with quality parts. The Griffon makes getting around the city a breeze.


Product code : BS10020REI
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Size : 52cm, 55cm, 58cm
Frame Hi-ten steel
ForkHi-ten steel
Front derailleurn/a
Rear derailleurn/a
Freewheel / cassette18t Freewheel
Chainset165mm forged aluminium, 5-bolt
Bottom bracketVP sealed bearing
BrakesPromax dual-pivot caliper brakes
Brake leversPromax alloy
Wheelset rimREID double wall alloy
HubQuando alloy bolt on
TyresKenda 700 x 28C
HandlebarsPromax alloy riser bar
StemPromax 1" threaded alloy
GripsREID rubber
SaddleLeather style studded
SeatpostPromax alloy 25.4mm micro adjust
PedalsPVC platform, 9/16" steel axle

Straightforward singlespeeds with quality parts is where the Griffon shines. Every component is carefully curated to provide tough, reliable performance with minimal maintenance. A no-fuss fixed gear bike is the effortless alternative to a road bike.

For city-dwellers and urbanites, getting around is a breeze on the Griffon fixed gear bike. The lightweight frame is resilient as it is nimble so you’ll always be ride-ready. The Griffon is everything you need in a bike, stripped back to the key quality basics that make it the perfect companion for getting around.

Key Features

  • Tough steel frame to survive city life
  • Easily adjusted Promax dual-pivot brakes for reliable stopping control
  • Riser style handlebars for a more upright position
  • Lifetime frame and fork warranty for your peace of mind, and one year on non-consumable parts
Reid Griffon Small Medium Large
TT Length (Horizontal top tube) 523 555 584
ST Length 520 550 580
HT Length 100 120 150
ST Angle 74 74 74
HT Angle 71 74 74
RC Length 400 400 397
BB Drop 45 45 45
Fork Rake 45 45 45
Front centre 580 588 617
Wheelbase 976 TBC TBC
Fork Length 375 375 375
* Length measurements are in millimetres, unless otherwise stated.

You get what you pay for

4 5 1
I bought a small griffon as a spare bike for airbnb guests to use, none have yet, so i started using it as a station bike and for that its absolutely perfect. I don't really buy into the whole fixie thing, expecially in this country where the weather conditions mean you never really see the maintenance benefits, its not like we have to ride on salt gritted roads. That said, for the money the griffon is awesome, looks good, seems well put together, the brakes are pretty effective and if some scumbag steals it, well, not the end of the world. So, if you want a cheap pub/station bike and cant be bothered trawling ebay for a second hand bike then get one of these. If you just want to ponce around on a fixie showing off your beard, then also buy one. Good on you Reid for seeing the market for a low priced, high volume bike thats not a supermarket special horror made out of reject scaffolding tubes...

Great Road Bike

5 5 1
I haven't ridden a bike for years and I knew jumping straight into a single speed would be tough, especially with hills where I live but I figured it would make for good exercise. So far so good. I've commuted to and from work (20k round trip) a few times and taken the local bike tracks and she's a smooth bike. Solid and reliable so far. Thinking about a flip flop hub soon, or might wait until I upgrade to the Harrier. Looks good, rides well and feels smooth. If you're thinking of getting a fixie, I definitely recommend the Griffon.

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