Black Market Bikes: 40oz Forks and Molly Hatchet Bars Jan 17, 2011

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Black Market, with its roots firmly planted in the MTB and Big Bike industry, have been pushing hard on the street fixed market. With two new products on the way and the NSF bike in production, they crew at BLKMRKT are stoked to step into the fixed freestyle industry. First up are these Molly Hatchet bars.

Check out more from BLKMRKT’s 2011 fixed line below, including more on the NSF and a new project!

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I would love to try these out! 22.2 clamp, tall, 3″ rise and build to take a beating, these will come in black and chrome.

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Next up is their 40oz fork. Made for their NSF and other frames, this fork comes with a few nice details.

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Not only is the steerer threaded but it’s also fluted for extra strength.

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These flutes add minimal weight and increase the lifespan on the fork.

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The NSF, or New School Fixed has been on the blog multiple times. It’s in production now and is slated to be available in Spring. Here’s the NSF in street mode.

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And here it is in a single speed road mode. I wanna see it with a carbon fork! Carter from BLKMRKT also gave me the heads up on a new project called the Street Fiend. This new frame will be more compact, fit even bigger tires and is based on their Mob and Malice frames. I saw the geometry sheets and man, it looks like a beast!

Kyoichi’s Black Market NSF
Black Market Bikes: Project NSF Fixed Freestyle
Black Market Bikes: NSF Details
Black Market Bikes: “NSF” New School Fix

  • Got the chrome ones. they’re workin out pretty good.