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Brev.M Bombardiere Fork

brev m bombardiere fork   Brev.M Bombardiere Fork

Brev.M launches the new Bombardiere Fork, which could look like a regular fork, but is thicker and stronger. Made for freestyle and fixed gear trick riding.

The Brev.M Bombardiere Fork has a short offset for barspins, dropouts designed for pegs and grinding, and enough clearance for larger tires for impact landings. Adding triple butted chromo tubing, this keeps the forks light but still strong. The forks are finished with black ED.

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Felt 2011 TK4130 Track Bike

   Felt 2011 TK4130 Track Bike

You can hit the velodrome or ride around town, the Felt 2011 TK4130 can handle both. Made for the track, but we can defiantly see people using the 2011 TK4130 on the streets, maybe add some flat bars?

Felt TK4130 2011 goes after the retro look (like many brands this year), but what stands out the most is the faux-wood rims (not to be mistaken with real wood).

The chainring on the TK4130 uses a skip tooth design, meaning it uses half the teeth of a normal ring. Also featuring Vittoria tires and a double crown fork. Retail price is $800.

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2011 Specialized Langster Steel Fixed

2011 specialized langster steel fixed   2011 Specialized Langster Steel Fixed

While the previous years of the Specialized Langster were mostly about commuting, the 2011 Langster is designed for the Velodrome (some can argue against).

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Giant 2011 Bowery Fixed Gear

giant 2011 bowery fixed gear   Giant 2011 Bowery Fixed Gear

With each day, we see more and more bikes for 2011, and in another addition, we have a viewing of the Giant 2011 Bowery fixed gear, two models are available, a flat bar and drop bar.

Both the 2011 Giant Bowery fixed will feature the same retail price, and with the biggest change for 2011 is Giant using steel instead of aluminum. The direction they are taking is a vintage approach, even down to the logo on the top tube, which was originally used in the 1970s.

The drop bar Giant 2011 Bowery uses a raw and red finish, while the flat bar features white. MSRP is about $900.

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Raleigh 2011 Rush Hour Fixed Gear

raleigh 2011 rush hour fixed gear   Raleigh 2011 Rush Hour Fixed Gear

Raleigh has updated their site with 2011 models, and the first showing we have is the Rush Hour.

The 2011 Raleigh Rush Hour has released in two styles, one with drop bars, and the other utilizes flat bars. As far as specs go, everything is the same except the handlebars and colors.

Featuring a Reynold 520 Butted Chromoly Dropouts with Chain Tensioners, Sugino RD2 Messenger 46t 1/8″ cranks, Lugged Chromoly Track forks, and Alex Race 32 rims. The Rush Hour with drop bars comes in a clear coat, while the flat bar model uses white.

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Volume Bikes Thrasher Forks

volume bikes thrasher forks 1   Volume Bikes Thrasher Forks

Since the Volume Bikes Thrasher frame released sometime back, many wondered when the forks would drop, and now they have!

Volume bikes thrasher forks are designed for tricks and to consume abuse. This is achieved by heat treatment to the tubing (4130 Heat-Treated CRMO). Weighing in at 2 pounds 6 ounces (with 300 mm steerer). Some specifications are 4.0 mm dropouts, 32.0 mm fork rake, 405 mm axle to crown length, 30.0 crown race, and 1-1/8″ Threadless steerer tube.

Each Volume Thrasher fork has a Lifetime Warranty, and comes in flat black, white, raw, and gold (limited edition).

Source: Prolly is not Probably

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How Much Hipster Can You Pack in a Honda Jazz Commercial

Honda is using commercials to attract different “themes” to the new Jazz, and with this commercial they go after hipsters. One of the individuals is holding a fixed gear equipped with a Aerospoke. Later in the commercial, the person is talking about how he can fit his bikes in the car. Enjoy.

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