Category Archives: fixed gear
Merckx Mondays
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Photos by Andy White

Don’t ride up grades, buy upgrades.

Leave it to FYXO to deliver a clean and crispy Merckx Mondays. This Eddy Merxkx pista, is built with a panto’d Cinelli XA stem, Record components and even filtered air in the tubes! See more at FYXO.

Mar 2, 2015 1 comment
Bombtrack Bicycle Co: The Needle

Here’s Bombtrack’s newest frame, the track crit-ready Needle. Made from Reynolds 725 tubing and designed in partnership with Olaf Wit.

Jan 23, 2015 Comments are OFF
Stanridge Speed’s New Highstreet EVO Model
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Inspired by the classic aero, low-pro frames of the 70’s and 80’s, the newest from Stanridge Speed cycles embodies experimental design with modern tubing and profiles. As a nod to the Cinelli Laser and other frames of that era, the Highstreet EVO track will be a new addition to the Stanridge line for 2015.

Stanridge will be making twelve EVOs in a small production run and while they will lack the triple triangles, they will include the head tube gusset and wild paintjob, all made using the same fabrication processes used by Columbus and Cinelli during the Laser era. Those interested in purchasing one of these unique frames may contact Stanridge Speed directly.

Dec 27, 2014 6 comments
Team Cinelli Chrome

Here’s that full length video from Team Cinelli Chrome, featuring clips from Red Hook Crit, a factory tour and interviews with the riders.

Dec 17, 2014 1 comment
SCRT SRVC

Here’s a unique little short by Secret Service in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Dec 11, 2014 Comments are OFF
Stoked on Fixed Bikes 19
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The latest, free, online issue of the Stoked on Fixed Bikes magazine is now available for viewing. Check it out for articles on coffee, Red Bull’s Fix and Foxi, and more.

Dec 9, 2014 Comments are OFF
A Quick Stop at Mash SF’s New Storefront
Shop Visit: Mash SF

When Mash first opened their storefront a few years back, it quickly became a clubhouse of sorts for the local riders. Group rides would meet up once or twice a week to explore the roads and trails of San Francisco. As quickly as the storefront became popular, the brand itself grew and the need for more space became apparent, sending Mike Martin on a hunt for a bigger store, with space for a design office.

Yesterday I swung through their new storefront and design offices in SF and hung out for a bit, soaking in all the random artifacts both from SF’s street racing culture and cycling’s most iconic brands… See more in the Gallery!

Dec 5, 2014 13 comments
Up Up Up

Here’s a great little video showcasing a sweet hill climb competition.

Dec 4, 2014 14 comments