In an effort to simplify purchasing for our fans worldwide, we’re happy to announce that you can now buy Fairdale Bikes direct from our website. If you’re looking for a sweet new bike, frame/fork kit or accessories but don’t have a local Fairdale dealer nearby, visit our Bikes page. You’ll find that our bikes are available to ship to most markets, but if you’re in a city that has strong Fairdale representation you’ll be directed to one of our local shops for the best possible purchase and service experience.
If you have been after a new Fairdale but you’re having difficulty finding one, you can now come straight to us.
Our Goodship complete bikes are now available in our store for easy purchase. We’ve also greatly reduced pricing on remaining previous models. If you’ve been thinking about getting a high end steel road bike, now is a great time. Choose from Orange, Electric Blue, or Surf Blue.
At the core of bicycling is the simple and joyful act of balancing on two wheels. We keep that feeling in mind for every bike we design. Please click through the flipbook for a quick look at the 2018 line.
We have a handful of new models this year along with carefully selected upgrades to our existing bikes. We hope you’ll check out our bikes and see if there is one that’s right for you. Most of all we hope you get out and ride!
2018 Fairdale bikes will be in shops this month. Full spec and detail shots coming soon.
We’re excited to show you the Fairdale Rockitship.
Shortly after launching the Goodship in 2014, we began getting requests for a version that would accommodate racks, fenders, and bigger tires. At our design office, we have to juggle our time between a lot of different projects so we decided to let the idea sit for a while, both so we could think about it, and also because we could see that options for disc brakes and 1x drivetrains were continuing to grow at a rapid pace.
In the fall of 2016 Fairdale had an opportunity to make road frames using custom drawn 3/2.5 titanium tube sets. Our initial thought was that it seemed like a fun R&D project to tackle, but that in the long run it probably wasn’t going to be very practical for Fairdale or our customers.
Titanium is a great material for high-performance bike frames, but the added cost is usually hard for us to justify over chromoly or aluminum when it comes time for production. However, since this would end up as very limited edition project, or maybe never even leave the prototype stages, we decide to go for it, knowing that it would still be an awesome learning experience.