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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Priority Joker. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
17 reasons to buy
- The Joker’s geometry and build are optimized for velodrome track racing.
- Joker riders appreciate the reliability, smoothness, silence, greaselessness, and low-maintenance requirements of a Gates CDX carbon belt and drivetrain.
- Owners say this belt retains tension well, even after back-pedaling and skid-stops.
- At a “heavenly” 16lb, the Joker’s a featherweight.
- The Joker is shod with lightweight, aero, 60mm-deep carbon fiber rims.
- The Joker comes fitted with a carbon fiber fork and seatpost.
- In the velodrome, a tester says the Joker’s double-butted 6061 T6 aluminum frame proves stiff and fast on straights, and stable while cornering.
- A tester says the Joker’s “gorgeous” track geometry is spot-on for crit and general fixed-gear riding.
- Riders say the Joker’s ratio is “great for the street”.
- With this geometry and its compact drop bars, a tester says the Joker is “aggressive but comfortable”.
- A massive 70-tooth sprocket mates to a fixed 22T cog, giving an 84 gear inch ratio.
- For attaining and maintaining high speeds, a tester says this ratio is “plenty potent”.
- A tester says the Joker is “really really ridiculously good-looking”.
- Let’s be honest, owners get a kick out of folks’ reaction to that 70T sprocket.
- For this weight, and the carbon parts, owners are chuffed with the price.
- A tester describes Goodyear Eagle F1 tires as “sleek and grippy”.
- The Joker’s frame and fork are drilled to attach caliper brakes.
5 reasons not to buy
- A tester felt challenged on climbs, with the Joker’s geometry and steep ratio.
- The Joker’s carbon rims can not be used with brakes.
- There ain’t no mounts to mount nuthin’ on the Joker.
- For recreational fixed-gear riding, the Joker is expensive.
- A wise tester notes that descents are complicated, with a fixed cog and no brakes.
Expert Reviews95/100 based on 1 rated expert review
Like Biking Fast? This 16-Pound Joker’s Speed Is No Laughing Matter
The effect is what happens with any fixie — a desire to ride in a fashion where you never have to, zigging and zagging, strategically skidding, dodging between cars and zipping through lights of all hues — but multiplied. It absolutely rips on the track… it really, really doesn’t want to stop. I wouldn’t dare recommend this bike to most people.
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