Beautiful Bicycle: Khalil’s Bishop Flatbar Fixed

I met Khalil while I was in Sydney a few months ago but I met this bike at the 2011 Philly Bike Expo. When he found out I was in Australia, he wanted to meet up and I offered to shoot some more photos of his Bishop flatbar fixed gear. It’s still in immaculate condition. Khalil takes it out when he can and rides the coastal roads with. You already know how partial I am to Chris Bishop’s work and this bike shows a different side to his work.

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  • Wyatt

    WOW

  • guest

    That is a SICK stem. Bishop’s stuff is sooo coo. 

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=754639578 Alex Rains

      Crimped stem. So much drooooool.

  • http://www.facebook.com/jamesmckeon Jamie McKeon

    those dropouts…

  • Curly_63

    Great shots, JP, Thanks a mil..

  • http://twitter.com/Curly_63 Khalil Najjar

    Great shots, JP, Thanks a mil..

  • Andy

    Why do fixy guys always ride frames that are too big ? take a look at Fixed gear gallery for lots more examples.

    • http://theradavist.com John Watson

      This isn’t too big – it was custom fit and built to his exact measurements. On traditional geometries you never need more than 6″-8″ of seat post.
      The only thing off here is the saddle, which is at a weird angle.

      Then again, I am arguing with someone who said “fixy kids”