Urban bikes for sale

Buy urban bikes right here with our best selection of men's city bikes and unisex city bikes for all single speed bike lovers. City bikes, the most popular being fixie bikes, are the perfect city bike for the daily commute riding to work in style on your Steed commuter bike! Our single speed bikes and fixie bikes have been voted by GQ as their number one commuter bike out of all the urban bikes for sale. 


Like the rebellious stud horse, our Stallion single speed bikes are powerful, unapologetic and great fun to ride. Made from high tensile steel and powder coated in mat black, this city bike urban warrior has wide rims and bullhorn handlesbars for focussed streamlined riding. 


Named after the magnificent hot blooded horses, this classic city bike with a fiery edge is perfect for urban travel. Stitched vegan leather saddle and handgrips give a luxury feel and the high gloss powder coated steel frame in a choice of with four striking colourways ensures you'll turn heads as you go. Could this be the ultimate urban bike for sale? 

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Why are single speed bikes so popular? It's often said that single speed bikes and fixie bikes are the purest form of cycling. Uncomplicated and hassle free, they only have one gear ratio and magically it always seems to be the one you want.  

But what is the best gearing for single speed bikes? Set at 46/18 (46 links in the chain and 18 teeth in the rear cog) the gear ratio is designed for both quick acceleration and fast cruising speeds. The fact that you don’t need to clunk up and down through gears makes it both a good single speed bike for commuting as well as care free adventures. 

One speed really is all you need! 

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Why buy an urban bike? 

Sometimes referred to as classic bikes, single speed bikes are fuss free, low maintenance, affordable and reliable. They really are a great choice of road bike for your daily commute! 

 Our bikes have been voted Best Commuter Bikes 2024 by GQ magazine and Best Single Speed Bikes 2024 by Cycling Weekly

 All Steeds are designed for everyone and are gender neutral. However,choosing the perfect bike for you will depend on budget, size, colour and style preference. 

 Our Stallions have a strong unapolegetic fixie bike style aesthetic with silky mat black frames, thick rims, bullhorn handlebars and bold logos. Despite using high quality components that last the distance, the Stallions are extremely budget friendly too. 

Our Thoroughbred city bikes are a cut above the rest with hand stitched vegan leather saddle and handlebars, high gloss powder coated frames and chrome detailing. We believe there is no better urban bike for sale. 


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Why choose a Steed city bike?
We're all about recapturing the joyful sense of freedom & adventure that our first childhood bike gave us. We champion a more healthy, low impact way to travel by making reliable, affordable & beautiful single speed bikes and fixie bikes

Voted Best Single Speed Bike 2024 by Cycling Weekly and Best Commuter Bike 2024 by GQ Magazine, we are proud to offer road bikes that not only look great but are also highly regarded by the cycling community. 

Advantages of single speed bikes for commuting

More and more people are ditching the car or public transport in favour of commuting by bike. But are Steed Bikes a good single speed bike for commuting? Our bikes are designed for comfort and reliability and will get you where you need to be safely and on time. There are so many benefits of single speed bikes. The simplicity of our road bikes mean your daily commute wont involve clunking up and down gears and their low maintenance means you wont miss that important meeting! 

But if you'd rather buy urban bikes to saddle up outside of riding to work for the daily commute, then a Steed bike is perfect for touring adventures or leisurely, carefree rides in the great outdoors. Our frames have inbuilt eyelets allowing panniers, racks, bottles and baskets to be fitted depending on your cycling needs. 

Our team of experts will help you choose the perfect urban bike for sale

We're passionate about urban bikes and could chat about them all day long. So dont hesitate to get in touch for advice or just to say hi!

Buying a road bike is an important purchase and we want you to be 100% happy with your new ride. Call, email, whattsapp, DM or chat to us through the website, we'll find you your new ride in no time.

How long does it take for a city bike to be delivered?

Order today and say hello to your new travel buddy tomorow* with our next day delivery service. Speedy Steedy!

With our lifetime guarantee and ability to pay by installments, we make it easier to choose your Steed. 

*Orders before midday Monday to Thursday

Can you advise me on buying a road bike?

Buying a road bike can be stressful. There's so much choice out there and prices can range from very cheap to crazy expensive. Its important not to go for the cheapest bike as this will cost you more in the long run in repairs and replacement parts. 

But its also important not to spend over the odds. Some brands invest more in slick marketing than their bikes components. We can talk you through the pitfalls and help you find a fixie bike thats right for you. 

Can I customise a single speed bike?

The short answer is yes, absolutley. Single speed bikes can be easily customised to meet your specific cycling needs. Swap out the stem and handlebars for a different shape and add panniers, mudguards or baskets. You can also easily change the wheel thickness, pedal type or saddle. The possibilties are endless!

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Frequently Asked Questions

Often referred to as the purest form of cycling, single speed bikes have one single gear, and magically, it always seems to be the one you want. 

Typically set at 46/18 (46 links in the chain and 18 teeth in the rear cog) the gear ratio is designed for both quick acceleration and fast cruising speeds. The fact that you don’t need to clunk up and down through gears makes it ideal for both commuting and care free adventures. 

For more information of the benefits of single speed bikes, read our blog here

In a word, yes!  Single speed bikes are hugely popular due to their uncomplicated riding experience, stylish good looks, low maintenance and budget friendly price. Loved by both cycling enthusiasts and novices alike, they are the perfect travel companion. 

Single speed bikes are good for a broad range of riding conditions. However, they come into their own in urban riding conditions where frequent stopping and starting means clunking up and down hundreds of gears would be frustrating. Their gearing ratio allows for fast acceleration to get into a safe position ahead of road vehicles at the lights and their simple design ensures minimal maintenance is required. 

Single speeds can tackle gradient well although you wouldn't want to be cycling up extremely steep hills too many times a day!

We would not suggest you buy a single speed bike if you are planning on riding long distances in very hilly terrain or frequently off-roading on unmade up tracks. 

Both gearless bikes, single speeds allow the back wheel to move independently of the pedals whereas with a fixie your pedals move with the rotation of your back wheel.

Most single speed bikes (including Steed Bikes) come with a rear wheel that can be set up as either a single speed or a fixie. 

One side of the rear wheel has a freewheel sprocket for independent pedal movement and the other can be set up with a sprocket for constant pedalling.

Check with you local bike shop what extra parts, if any, you will need to swap between the two cycling styles. 

These days there is a mind boggling amount of choice when it comes to fixed gear and single speed bike brands. Prices can range from a few hundred pounds to over a thousand pounds and so its hard to know where to start. Where is best to buy your fixed gear bike? 

Well, we suggest you start by setting yourself a broad budget. Dont go to cheap as buying the cheapest bike going will just cost you more in the long run. We suggest you try and aim for around the £400 mark if you can. There is no need to go too much higher than this unless you are wedded to a certain brand that really speaks to you. 

Next, do your research in terms of reviews. Customer reviews, reviews from the cycling press and cycling professionals reviews are all important ways to build your trust in the brand and learn what others really think of the bike you are thinking about buying. 

Buying online has become a popular way of buying a bike. Now there is so much information out there, you can build a full picture of a bike brand without having to go into a physical shop. It also allows a wider choice than what bikes happen to be stocked in your local bike shop. If buying online, always look for a friendly and hassle free returns policy just incase. 

Single speed bikes have risen enormously in popularity in the last decade. Their simplicity, classic style, easy riding experience, low maintenance and affordable price tag has proven attractive. 

They are far more accessible to all ages, genders and body types than many of the more specialised bikes with all their gears, bells and whistles. Anyone can ride a single speed and you cant help but have a great time riding one.  

Single speed bikes have one single gear which has been carefully selected so it always feesl like the gear you would have selected anyway. 

Typically set at 46/18 (46 links in the chain and 18 teeth in the rear cog) the gear ratio is designed for both quick acceleration and fast cruising speeds. The fact that you don’t need to clunk up and down through gears makes it ideal for both commuting and care free adventures. 

For more information of the benefits of single speed bikes, read our blog here

When buying a single speed bike its important to buy a good quality bike. Beware of a very cheap bike as these will not last the distance and you will end up paying more in the long run with replacement parts. 

To guarantee quality, look at the bikes components such as the brakes, tyres and drive train (crankset and chain). If these are all unbranded then its best to avoid the bike. Steed Bikes use Promax brakes and Kenda tyres, both of which are excellent quality components.

Buying a bike that offers a good warranty is also essential incase something does go wrong. All Steed Bikes come with a lifetime guarantee

Buying the right size bike for your frame is key to a good riding experience. Too small and your back will be hunched up and knees pulled too close to your chest, and too large and you'll be overstretched and lose strength in your posture. 

Luckily all bikes conform to the same sizing labelling. Bike sizes refer to the frame size and are measured in centimeters. A 50 frame means the seat tube (part of frame that runs from your chain crank to underneath your seat) is 50cm long. 

Our bikes cater for all body types - tall, short, young, old, heavy, light and all genders.

We offer 3 sizes, small (50cm), medium (54cm)  and large (58cm). If you are 5ft to 5ft 6 inches then chose Small. If you are 5ft 7 inchese to 6ft then chose Medium and if you are 6ft 1 inches to 6ft 5 inches then chose Large.  For ease, our bikes have the size guides next to them on the drop down menu next to the particular bike. 

So if you stand between 5ft and 6ft 5 inches tall, we have the perfect bike for you!

Your trusty Steed will arrive in a cute, recyclable box. If you live in London we aim to do all deliveries by bike to keep our carbon footprint down. Your bike will already be 85% assembled. There's just a few simple things that need to be done before you're ready to ride.

We're confident that you can do this yourself (Steed Bikes Assembly Guide) but if you would rather leave it to the professionals then please contact your local bike workshop.

 If you live in London, Steed Bike customers benefit from a discount with our lovely friends at Fettle. Simply add "Bike Assembly" or "Bike Assembly & Delivery" to your cart and select your closest Fettle workshop location. We'll deliver your bike directly to your chosen Fettle workshop for assembly and safety checks. 

This is one the questions we get asked the most. How much do single speed bikes weigh? The weight will mostly depend on the frame size and what the frame is made from.

Most single speeds are made from high tensile steel. This material gives an excellent strength to weight ratio. Strong enough to withstand the knocks and bumps of road riding, but light enough to be able to carry up stairs or onto a bike hanger.

Singles speed bikes usually weigh between 10kg and 16kg. Steed Bikes weigh around 10.75kg depending on frame size. 

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