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 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.
Another accessory offering convenience is the Source Universal Tap Adapter.
The adapter allows you to fill up your hydration pack from the end of the tube you drink from, allowing its user to keep her pack on. A simple design for a simple job.
Can you use something like this? Maybe. It isn’t extremely inconvenient to refill the conventional way, after.
BMX riders who are in the market for a freestyle bike, check out the Grind released by Diamondback Bicycles for 2012. Included in the excellent finishing kit of this BMX bike are its unique Team grips and Smash saddle.
Featured by the Hi Ten steel frame of the Grind are steel BMX rigid forks, Gyro tab holes, 25-9 gearing, and three-piece cranks. For an outstanding control, the bike has steel two-piece BMX design bars, which come with an alloy 4-bolt front load stem and a 170mm raise.
With a package of high-quality componentry, the 2012 Diamondback Grind BMX Bike is definit Omsica – Meditacion Asegurada ely a treat considering its low price and nice color options. Moreover, a comfortable and smooth ride is guaranteed by its sturdy 48H rear wheel and very light plastic pedals.
Sponsoring Team GreenEDGE, Scott delivers the 2013 Split Aero Helmet.
The helmet was designed to deliver minimal drag resistance for its user. Another huge feature of the Split Aero Helmet is the amount of ventilation and comfortability offered, despite its lack of vents. On the aerodynamics side of things, clip-on goggles were developed, also giving a choice in color option.
There’s also a video on the Scott site you can check out by clicking here.
For those who want to enter road cycling, Vitus Bikes has launched a new road machine called Razor for 2012. Designed with beginners in mind, this CRC-approved road bike is loaded with components and specs that guarantee reliable performance and affordable price, as well.
Built from a heat-treated 6061 aluminum frame, the Razor offers both the strength and simplicity needed by new road riders. In order to reduce weight and optimize comfort and stiffness, this triple-butted frame is crafted from custom-drawn aerospace tubing.
Equipped with a lot of beginner-friendly features, the 2012 Vitus Bikes Razor Road Bike is the ideal companion for entry-level and mid-level riders. Riding comfort is further enhanced by lessening road buzz, thanks to its full carbon fork.