Archive for the ‘Rad London!’ Category
I’m sure everyone had an awesome summer, had some good ride’s. But now the bitter cold winter is near, don’t stop ridding just wear the right stuff it’s still awesome out there but just be careful on roads. Watch out for the slippery drains in the rain, also them puddle’s that hides the pot holes.
Have a nice day!
We was faced with some heavy rain on saturday, but that didn’t stop us from going to Herne Hill Velodrome to try and check out the event that was going on. But it was canceled due to the weather, going back to central was the fun part our leg’s and feet just got soaked, I just remember every time I pedal I just felt the squishy feeling in my sock’s. The wind didn’t help us at all, wet clothes plus wind equal cold body.
The power of Moses.
We are so stoked to be hosting the short checkpoint race for the launch of Chrome Wrenched London!
Details are as follows:
Chrome & Fixed Magazine
The release of WRENCHED LONDON by CHROME
Come join us at Kinoko Cyles, 10 Golden Square to celebrate the release of Wrenched London!
The pocket sized, insiders city guide to London, and everything that is important within in the city of London.
- Race / Drink / Party / Read -
Featuring a short checkpoint race organised by Fixedgearlondon with prizes from Chrome.
September 6th, 2013 7 – 11pm
Kinoko Cycles, 10 Golden Square, London, W1F 9JA
(The race will be a fun 30-45 minute checkpoint affair which takes in most of the major London tourist spots, there are 6 checkpoints in total. Maps will be provided as will pens!)
For any more information please email us: email@example.com
Don’t forget the LFGSS Track day is happening this weekend!
See you there!
Today had a chilled ride with Boyce and few of his awesome mate’s. Their funny as hell, I’m going to say but I shall name them the Hitchin fixed guy’s I’m sure it’s just them that rides fixed along side with young Ryan. But these guy’s are the most genuine nicest people around and that loves being on their bikes. Thanks for today guys and hope you had a blast riding around London!
We are running a competition on our instagram at the moment.
The rules go something like this:
At 4 locations in London and 1 in Paris, there are some Fixed Only / Death To Roadies Stickers.
To win one of the 5 sticker packs.
All you have to do is take a photograph of sticker that has been left at the location, post it to your own instagram and hash tag #fixedonly / #deathtoroadies the 1st person to do so wins!
1 of the locations (outside 5 guys in Leicester Square) has been photographed already.
Our original photo…
Matt’s Winning photo:
Some of the other remaining locations…
Clues: Notre Dame (Paris) / Holborn / Hipster Highway
One more sticker location will be revealed soon.
Also, today is the last day to Pre-Order a Fixed only / Death to Roadies T-shirt!
Last month a good friend of mine decided to do an out of blue photo shoot with me. You should check out his blog. He is an amazing guy too!
Sunday gone, me and Moses had a little ride to Richmond, the weather was chilled but it didn’t stop us. The road in the park was wet and I had a little slipped on the mini round about, it kinda sucks when you have to ride back trying not to put pressure on your bad wrist. We saw a lots of road bike’s trying to beat their time around the park, going up and down the hill’s to be on top of strava challenges!
That feeling when you see the ground that close to you, sucks!
Last night went for a little ride around London with some mate’s, the temperature wasn’t nice I couldn’t feel my toe’s and finger’s. Just went around Tower Bridge, Canary Wharf then back to central. Roads wasn’t than empty as I thought on a sunday, it really felt it was about to snow last night, then what happend this morning?
I just got an iphone so ive been so stoked on being able to document london spots without forgetting about them later. I think its best when you can make a route from spot to spot. These scenarios are pretty sketchy and difficult to ride which makes you so much more creative in my opinion. Which is what fixed tricks should be all about not just hitting the local skatepark blasting fly outs. Not that im hating i still dig that shit and wish i could backflip. I just think there is a more interesting skill to finding and riding ambiguous environments.