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July 19, 2007

se lagers in very short supply!

Filed under: fixed — schmadzie @ 11:56 am

The best bike we’ve had in ages has been selling like hotcakes. Consequently, there are bugger all left. A lot of people have had their eyes on them, so if you want one – GET IN QUICK! They are $750 and make an awesome fixed or free track/roadie.

More details at their website 

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That’s Mark with his new Lager.

Available stock. NB there won’t be any more until way after xmas.

Lager 58cm black    1 in store

Lager 58cm wheat 1 in store 1 at distributor

Lager 49cm black 1 at distibutor

Lager 52cm black 1 at distributor

Lager 61cm black 1 at distributor

Sorry no laybys. CAsh up front!

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5 Comments »

  1. So I just plunked down $500 for a lager (whats up with $750 quoted above) – this bike is the bomb. I rode all over Boston on it and the fit is just perfect. I can’t believe I just spent that much on a bike with one gear but so be it — I guess I haven’t bought a bike in a LONG time and wasn’t ready for the prices. Anyway, the only thing I could wish for is maybe a lighter frame. Bon voyage.

    Comment by JE — October 5, 2007 @ 11:38 am

  2. JE- my guess is those aren’t American dollars he was quoting.

    My bicycle shop in Fort Worth, Texas sells the SE Lager for $500 also. And yes, it is an awesome bike.

    Comment by Bernie — November 27, 2007 @ 4:26 pm

  3. I live in Saint Paul MN, just bought a lager a couple weeks ago and i am in love with it. I was a mechanic for 7 years and i always wanted a rock solid single speed with bull horns, brakes and not much else. This bike feels sporty, but without all the frills. It climbs surprisingly well and feels really smooth. if you are on the fence, go for it!

    Comment by pj — May 17, 2008 @ 8:20 am

  4. I just bought an SE Lager and am in love with it also!

    It’s got wimpy OEM brakes, cranks and pedals, came painted in a questionable brown color, and was a size two large (54cm vs. 52cm), but I absolutely had to have it after doing a short test ride.

    It’s my first single speed and also my first new bike in 12 years. It made me fall in love with riding again, because its pure two-wheeled transportation. None of that expensive, painfully over-marketed full suspension crap. Woohoo!

    BTW, I gots mine for $350 on clearance!

    Comment by Donnie — June 19, 2008 @ 1:58 pm

  5. The bike is awesome. I spent almost three weeks extensively researching road bikes and decided that the SE Lager was the best choice for the City of Philadelphia. I caught a break when I found a gentlemen offering the bike in a 52 cm frame on craigslist for 350 bucks. I talked him down to 320 and was off to the races. I get asked about the bike fairly frequently and love the attention. I went with the “beer” colored paint job and could not have imagined it any other way. The mini-beer emblem stating “52 cm” on the frame is a nice touch and having bull horn handlebars are great for ripping up the streets and weaving through traffic.

    Comment by Tejas Gosai — June 20, 2008 @ 6:51 am


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