The best single speed bikes for urban cycling enthusiasts
Single speed bike shop
Choose your single speed bike and take it with you instantly
Do you know which single speed bike is right for you?
Our Stallions have a strong unapolegetic 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 bikes are a cut above the rest with hand stitched vegan leather saddle and handlebars, high gloss powder coated frames and chrome detailing.
We help you find your single speed bike
Get in touch and our expert team will guide you to your perfect bike.
Call, email, whattsapp, DM or chat to us through the website, we'll find you your new ride in no time.
Single speed bikes for everyone
We offer 3 sizes, small, medium and large. So if you stand between 5ft and 6ft 5 inches tall, we have the perfect bike for you.
Benefits of urban cycling
Clear your head, let your body be your engine and arrive at your destination that little bit more healthy. Cycling isnt just good for your body, the benefits to your mental well being are also huge.
By choosing to saddle up you're doing your bit for the planet too. No fossil fuels needed here! We also plant a tree for every bike we sell, so riding your Steed is even more eco friendly.
And if thats not enough, just think about how much money you can save on transport costs.
Frequently asked questions
We answer these questions and more in our FAQ page.
Do I need to consider the size and weight of a single speed bike?
Steed bikes have been deisgned with an optimum strength to weight ratio. Their high tensile steel frames ensure they can support all body types and withstand knocks and bumps, but yet be light enough to carry up stairs.
What are the differences between a single speed and a fixie
Makes sense? Not quite? Read our blog post for more info.
What is the maximum speed I can go with a single speed bike in urban areas?
Watch out for local bye laws that sometimes do restrict bike speeds and be particularly prudent on shared walkways with pedestrians. No one likes an agressive rider! Fines of up to £2,500 can be given for dangerous cycling.