Posts Tagged ‘fixed’
Upon arrival in Paris we were greeted by the team from Paris Chill Racing. A wild bunch of great guys & girls who know how to ride hard & party harder, they genuinely made our stay in Paris one to remember. These guys really are keeping the fixed gear scene in Paris alive & were the best hosts we could possibly ask for so check out their blog:
Really hope to see these guys soon, in London or Paris – in the meantime here are a few pictures from the roller racing event PCR hosted for us on our 2nd night in Paris. Big shout to Wai from Tokyo Vintage Bicycles for the picures (check them out) enjoy the photos & keep a look out for the event video…
Last week me, Rob and his mate Jack went for a ride to Cambridge. This was my first time going there, so I didn’t know what to expect along the journey. It was a very flat ride all the way there, such an open road and beautiful green and yellow fields. It was kinda windy day and riding on a open road pushes you hard, I loved every minute of that ride even getting lost going into an off road mode. Funny time’s! I recommend it to anyone that hasn’t rode that way, so nice.
Hey people please be on a look out for this rare mash bike with Nagasawa sticker on it. Jamie is a cool guy that works for Tokyo Fixed Gear. So yesterday he got knocked off and his bike got knicked whilst he was out cold, that’s not a cool thing to do to any one, so please if you see this about, report it ASAP or knock that person off it!
WHAT’S ALL THIS TENSION FOR?…
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I AM COLOMBIAN AND I VE LIVED IN NEW YORK. I must say maybe there are messengers in the major cities of Colombia, but shit, I ve never seen a Cinelli bike like that in Colombia
This is a great video. I wanted to do one as well, but had no idea about the presence of messengers on fixed bikes.
Fixedgearlondon was founded by Andy and Ted in 2005, riding fixed has since become our lives – and more. This frame is the first that Ted has built from scratch and is Fixedgearlondons’ interpretation of what a Vans fixed gear bike should be like.
Lots of shit happened here today! First of all Andy had to wake up early cause we had a delivery from Continental!!! Yep, we got some tyres from the Conti guys (Thanks Rob!!!). We have been fans of these tyres ever since we got the Touring Plus Security in February and they just wouldn’t die. Basically they gave us Ultra GatorSkins for the front and Touring Plus Security for the back, and that for the whole crew!
It doesn’t stop there, a German TV film crew came to our HQ today. They watched us working and asked us a couple of questions… This will be broadcasted on Thursday on the ARD (something like the German BBC) late evening news at 10 p.m., which is 9p.m. UK time. Plus it will be online just after it’s broadcasted (in German only, though…).