Overall it's fun to ride as a training bike and with mudguard and rack mounts it's versatile enough to carry a load too. First things first: the Flyer is a fun bike to ride. Much of that is down to the frame. It's no coincidence that the geometry of the Flyer is the same as that of the Genesis Equilibrium. The Equilibrium was instrumental in bringing steel back into the limelight, thanks in the main to the fact that it was and still is a lovely bike to ride.And the Flyer is too. Genesis have used several varieties of Reynolds tubing for the Equilibrium 520, 725, 853 but the Flyer uses what Genesis have dubbed their Mjölnir tubeset. It's a double butted, seamless 4130 chromoly, but the fact that's it unbranded means it's a bit cheaper and that leaves room for a slightly better spec at the same price. The steel frame is mated with a carbon/alloy fork and both frame and fork are designed for long-drop brakes with clearance for bigger tyres and mudguards. Well-considered singlespeed workhorse with a lovely frame. The item "Genesis Flyer 2016 single speed steel bicycle frame and carbon fork" is in sale since Thursday, October 18, 2018. This item is in the category "Sporting Goods\Cycling\Bikes". The seller is "brownbosh" and is located in Southampton. This item can be shipped to United Kingdom.