The Steamroller is a fixed gear made for streets. Its geometry is closer to that of a road bike than a true track bike, and its double-butted 4130 cro-moly steel tubing and geometry make for a lively and resilient ride. The Steamroller is adept at handling rough, pot-holed streets, grass shortcuts, urban trails, back alleys and whathaveyou.
Sold as a frame and fork. You can use a track crank or a road crank. It’s got room for tires up to about 38mm because big tires roll fast and absorb all kinds of road static; from pea gravel to cracks to cobble stones. It has a standard 1-1/8˝ threadless straight steer tube, one set of water bottle cage bosses, and rear-loading horizontal dropouts. The bottom bracket shell is standard English-threaded. Although it is designed as a fixed-gear, it has accommodations for rim brakes front and rear should you decide a freewheeling singlespeed is more your style.
You can get fancier bikes, but what are you, some kind of dick? Anyway, you’d be hard-pressed to find one that is as smooth on all sorts of terrain. It’s just a plain-old good bike that rides great and isn’t too spendy.