Detroit Bicycle Company now has a complete build for their Madison Street fixed bike.
Of course you have the Detroit Bicycle Company Madison Street frame and fork, Cinelli 135 mm Pista stem, Cinelli no. 14 bars (both the stem and bars are copper plated). Campagnolo Record comes in with the assist on the seat post, head set and bottom bracket, then for the cranks we have a Campagnolo super Record pista and Campagnolo super Leggari pedals.
Finishing up the Madison Street is basic track rims with Vittoria Zaffiro tires and a Brooks B17 saddle. If your interested in purchasing, you will have to send an email to DBC.
One of the outstanding machines for fashionable urban riders is the new fixed gear bike called Mash Bolt, which has been launched by Cinelli Bikes for 2012. Designed with the serious street racers in mind, this fixie is also loaded with high-quality components.
In order to make a fixed gear bike with striking aesthetics, Cinelli has finished the Mash Bolt with a nice tonal silver top coat matching it with its historical graphic color palette. Moreover, its unique frame design offers the casino best riding comfort possible, especially during long-distance rides.
A firm Columbus Airplane construction makes the 2012 Cinelli Mash Bolt Fixed Gear Bike a strong and good-looking fixie that can last for years. Thus, this fixed gear bike is ideal for riders who weigh fashion and function equally.
In celebration of their 5th year in existence, Affinity Cycles has teamed up with Mishka’s Lamour Supreme for a real piece of art-on-wheels.
Affinity used its Kissena aero track frame to depict both ends of the collab with a camo collage of art. The downtube features “Death Adders”, while the toptube hosts “Brooklyn NYC”.
If you want one of these, you’ll have to act fast as only 5 framesets have been produced. Price: $3500 for a complete build or $1750 for a frameset only.
Spike Parts has announced that their Fallout Cranks are releasing soon. How soon? We expect in the next month or so (not confirmed).
For those that are not familiar with the Spike Parts Fallout Cranks, they feature a 4130 Chromoly arms along with a 19mm axel and a 48mm splined hollow spindle, both will keep the cranks running strong when riding fixed. Overall, they weigh in at 30.4 ounces.
Upon release, the Fallout Cranks will be available in 175MM length and your choice of nickel black or matte black.
This is what happens when designers Mark Eley and Wakako Kishimoto teamed up with Tokyo Fixed. The Eley Kishimoto x Tokyo Fixed bike is a prime example of the endless variations associated with the fixed world.
A deeper look reveals a Brooks saddle and bars. Also leaving an imprint on the ride was Eastpak, Orlebar, Brown, Ruby Helmets, Incase, and Globe-Trotter. Primarily white, the collab is accented with a turquoise or black leaf theme (your choice) and a light pink logo across the downtube.
Gotta run over and let them know if you want one though as they are limited.
Coming to the market for spring this year is the Arkiv System by Mission Workshop.
What exactly is the Arkiv System you ask? It’s a cleaver bag line with an attachment system developed over the course of some extensive testings by the San Francisco based cycling bag conglomerate, Mission Workshop. The bags are said to raise the bar for securely transporting goods and versatility.
The two bags viewable in this video are soon to be released. Just when is unknown at the moment. Check back for availability details. Video after the fold.