Category Archives: Tokyo Fixed
Tokyo Fixed unveiled their new 2013 Dart track bike today:
“Most obviously, we’ve gone large. The headtube takes a 44mm zero-stack headset, and the top tube and downtube are similarly brutish. We custom sourced the tubing for this frame, no-one else is using tubes this big. This means the weight stays down, but the frame is unbelievably stiff; this complete bike is down to 7.8kg. Our team rider Jacob says it rides more like our S1 than the old Dart, the huge tubes imparting comfort as well as responsiveness.”
See more shots and a lot more information on these new framesets at Tokyo Fixed.
Photo by Mitch Payne
Well, the Ono by Death Spray Custom and Tokyo Fixed. But seriously, that’s a great portrait of a great bike. I know Tracko loves getting weird on his.
For spring this year, Tokyo Fixed has rolled out a few new looks for their team jerseys. These are slim cut in a classic 4-side design, with a carbon weave side panels. See more shots here and pick one up in red or red / blue.
This is incredible and I don’t even know what to say, other than I can’t wait to see it on someone. See more at Tokyo Fixed and check out their full jersey collection here.
Tokyo Fixed just got in some new shirts and hoodies. Check them out at their new online shop.
The guys at Tokyo Fixed have been working hard on a new website and it’s finally launched. Head on over to check out the new products and features.
Max from Tokyo Fixed visits Japan every year to see family and on his most recent trip, he visited Cycle Sports Center in Shizuoka-Ken. The photos are rad, so see more here.
As far as collaboration jerseys are concerned, this one looks great and the entire kit ain’t too shabby either. Tokyo Fixed and Morvélo pulled together one rad cycling kit, which is now available on the Morvélo site. Check out the full kit here.
Red, white and bitchin’. This custom Tonic Fabrications Vanishing Point popped up on the Tokyo Fixed blog. Head over to see more. That is one balleur build kit.
I never had an NJS track bike and never really got worked up about the NJS stamp but after seeing bikes like Jonathon’s Nagasawa on the Tokyo Fixed blog, I wonder why the hell I didn’t!