Aventon Cordoba Frameset 2017

The 2017 Aventon Cordoba frameset is here and ready for you to pair it with your favorite components to build your ultimate track bike. We took our popular Cordoba frameset and supercharged it with some awesome new technology features. Cordoba is double-butted 6061 aluminum alloy, with the buttery-smooth welds you've come to expect from Aventon.

  • Lightweight 6061 Aluminum Alloy Frame
  • Carbon Bladed Fork with Aluminum Steer Tube
  • Updated Forged Dropout Allows a Wider Range of Horizontal Adjustment (Chain Tension)
  • Tapered Head Tube for Improved Front-End Stiffness and Control
  • Hydroformed seat tube that flares out at the bottom bracket for maximum power transmission and no watt-wasting flex
  • 30-Day Hassle-Free Return Policy
What's Included
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Full Geometry Chart


Height 5'0" - 5'4" 5'4" - 5'8" 5'8" - 5'11" 5'11" - 6'2" 6'2"+
A | Top Tube Length 517 530 552 577 599
B | Seat Tube Length C-T 490 520 550 580 610
C | Standover Height 749 775 792 831 855
D | Stack 491 509 524 564 585
E | Reach 387 392 410 425 442
F | Head Tube Angle 72 73 73 74 74
G | Seat Tube Angle 75 75 75 75 75
H | Fork Offset 35 35 35 35 35
I | BB Drop 55 55 55 55 55
J | Wheelbase 962 964 982 1004 1022
How to Build
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Customer Reviews

Based on 249 reviews
Nice quality bike

I ride fixed gear bikes and race once a week in miami in the city and official races once in a while. The frame is light and color is beautiful and unique. Components are not top of the line but are good enough for me not to have to upgrade. Push wheelset is amazing for the price. Kenda kriterium tires are good enough until ibwear them down and then put gatorskins. Only thing that is garbage is the pedals but i ended up getting shimano clipless pedals anyways. I thought a complete bike came with tools but mine didnt.


I absolutely love this bike! The asthetic look is also extremely pleasing. It rides like a charm and it's very easy to control on the road. This is my first "real" bike purchase because im getting into cycling to explore my city more and to live a healthier lifestyle. I am super happy with my purchase!

The Most Fun I’ve Had on Two Wheels!!

If you’ve ever wanted to join into the fixie crowd I’d highly recommend the Cordoba. It’s such a great deal with quality components and an even higher quality frame. This bike definitely turns heads as it looks so sleek and absolutely rips. The gearing is perfect even in the hilly area where I live allowing me to pass people with ease on the hills even though they have gears. It’s also a stupid light bike for being an aluminum frame that I can huck over my shoulder and climb up 5 flights of stairs with easily back to my apartment. There are probably gonna be a few parts here and there that need to be upgraded as time goes on but for now it’s been solid and did well on a pot hole filled 35 mile maiden voyage. For the price it is unbeatable, buy this bike you won’t regret it!

Good, not amazing

I'm 5'6" with 30" inseam, and the 52cm seemed too high, I should have bought the 49cm. A little heavier than I imagine, the weight they provide in the info is probably without saddle, post and pedals. Expect a pound or so heavier fully assembled. The ride is stiff, but overall I'm quite happy with the ride. I'm not totally wowed by it, but it's a nice starter bike.

Very happy overall. Issues and experiences outlined.

I came from a putzer of a fixed-gear bike, which was promptly stolen when I moved to California, prompting me to purchased the first new bike I've owned since I was a kid: the Cordoba

It's really easy to put together, but I had an issue with threading one of the pedals (completely my own fault) that resulted in me damaging the threads. I had to work for like an hour to get the pedal in fully, straight and secure. The moral is, I suppose, to be careful threading the pedals and don't force them. Again, this was my error.

Besides this, everything works really smoothly. I've had a blast riding it around town, and it feels really fast. It's also very, very light, though the trade-off is the frame can be easily scratched with, say, a u-lock. It's quite stiff, and the front brake does it's job. Climbing hills is quite difficult compared to my old, lower-geared fixie, and requires momentum, but the trade-off in speed downhill and on flat ground is 100% worth it. I'd recommend for an affordable but slick and fast fixed gear.