RedLine 925


Our new friends at RedLine Bicycles sent us this yummy looking bike called the 925.
. As Dolly Parton would say…

“Workin’ 9 to 5,

What a way to make a livin’

Barely gettin’ by

It’s all takin’ and no givin'”

The 925 looks like it could be a grea. bike to take to work from 9 to 5, thus the name 925. It really is the perfect commuter rig since there are no gears to mess with, it has fenders, and it has a chain guard to keep the grease of your pants.

It’s has a elegant and classic look…don’t ya think?

And if you look at the image above, it ha. gears on both sides of the hub. That’s because you can flip-flop the wheels and change it fro. a free-wheel to a fixed gear. 

Check out the mustache bars on it. It makes for a super comfy ride.

.  FRAME: Redline Chromoly Double Butted Main Frame With Fender/rack Eyelets.

+ Redline Chromoly Tapered Legr.

.  BRAKES: Tektro 57mm Reach Caliper And Aero Levers.

.  REAR HUB : Formula SB, Flip-flop, Fixed-F/W, Low Flange 120mm OLD, 36h.

.  CRANKSET: Redline Alloy, 110mm Bcd, 42t Chainring.

I absolutely love the logo RedLine has….because its my name!


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0 thoughts on “RedLine 925”

  1. Carl S says:


    Wow. I’ve been considering a fixed gear for commuting for a while now, primarily the Raleigh Rush Hour. But this looks awesome! I can’t wait to hear more about it.

  2. That’s a sharp looking bike! It’s so cool how you could easily change it from a fixed gear to a free-wheel.

  3. Gordon says:

    I saw this cool bike at a dealer in Santa Cruz.. Pretty cool bike indeed– Good to see Redline sending out bikes to have you guys test! Fixed gear is a great “feature” to see coming back into off-the-shelf bikes

  4. […] I’ve started riding again after letting my hamies rest for a week and I couldn’t wait to get on the RedLine 925. […]

  5. KY Andy says:

    i got one of these bad boys yesterday afternoon and put about 40 miles on the freewheel side. i noticed a knocking in the freewheel, which the shop said is normal sometimes. i’m gonna make them replace it anyway cause that’s no way to ride on a brand spanking new bike! at any rate, it’s a nice ride and a nice second bike to have in the commuter fleet! just tried out the fixed gear side of the wheel and heard no knocking at all, so i guess i’ll leave a little earlier for work tomorrow and cruise in on the new beauty. for anyone considering this bike as a first time commuter and doesn’t live where it’s terribly hilly, i’m here to tell you that it’s well worth the money. the only down side is that the tires aren’t Kevlar lined, but heck, one can’t expect champagne on a beer budget, right?? be sure to buy a patch kit, a small pump or some air, and carry a tire lever and some small wrenches to get at that rear wheel. trust me: you’ll definitely end up with a flat if you ride back and forth to work every day! happy riding and don’t get hit by a car, a

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