Flyte Flyte Handlebar

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Product Description

Made from 6061 Alloy with a 6 degree bend. The bar is available in 23" (585mm) length. This bar makes use of a very robust 31.8 clamp diameter making it super stiff.

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Please help identify the frame (Flyte?)

Hello everyone, Saw this frame in the e-shop today (Chinese market, eh), looks very good, carbon stays, but afaik Flyte has ceased operation in 2007, also didn't find this particular frame in any archive catalog. Maybe this is some chinese fake stuff... but the shop has very good rating indeed. ... Read More »

Flyte Celsius 69er

I've been on 29ers for the last two years, but I had a 26" Flyte Celsius 6 Degree frame (defunct frame builder - previously Airbourne) I never was able to sell and a bunch of spare parts ... so I built this up. It's been a fun change of pace, single speed and rigid, but I need to get more miles on ... Read More »

Flyte C9 build

I'm an integrated headset away from having it done. I stopped by the [URL=""]TBS east[/URL] the other night to get a seat collar and see about headsets. I wasn't unnerved when the guy in the service department said the dealer he'd previously worked for had exper ... Read More »

New to me Flyte 29er

After a victorious eBay I have a new Flyte Celcius 9 in the house. when I said new I mean new. The dropouts still have paint on them. This frame has never been built as a whole bike. I know Flyte is history. But they've had to have made more than a handful of these. Anyone have one? I'll pos ... Read More »

Integrated headsets & a Flyte Celcius 9

I've eBay'd a Flyte Celcius 9 for use as a spare bike. I looked at all the posts dating back to 2005 and have a question about the integrated headset. Specifically, what options or models of headsets are compatible with the frame? I've never owned a bike that has an integrated headset so I'd like to ... Read More »

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