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Nemesis Project Trackfighter Plymouth Trick Fixed Gear Frame

nemesis project trackfighter plymouth trick fixed gear frame   Nemesis Project Trackfighter Plymouth Trick Fixed Gear Frame

Nemesis Project shares with us some stock photos of the new Trackfighter Plymouth frame, designed specifically around trick fixed gear riding. The Nemesis Project Trackfighter Plymouth Trick Fixed Gear Frame features a 4130 chromoly frame which is hand built, 3/16 rear dropouts for use with pegs, steel seatpost binder, and reinforced chainstays.

The Nemesis Project Trackfighter Plymouth frame is shown in translucent black, but will also release in raw, white, and translucent red. Retail price is between $600 and $650, and will release to Tokyo Fixed Gear, iMiNUSD, and Cultur mid way into July.

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Nemesis Project Track Fighter Frame

nemesis project track fighter frame   Nemesis Project Track Fighter Frame

Sacramento’s own Nemesis Project has announced the new TrackFighter 700c trick frame, while this first look is a prototype, but as Nemesis stated, the frame turned out exactly as they wanted. The Nemesis Project Track Fighter Frame will not release with a fork, which has stirred up some controversy, but in the near future a aftermarket fork may release. Aesthetically designed for the growing popularity in rear wheel fixed gear tricks, while still using a “go fast” design. The frame is constructed of True Temper supertherm, and is handmade. You can purchase at the Nemesis Project website for $900….

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Nemesis Starfighter Frame: The KidRobot Bike Frame

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Nemesis Project, creators of the Kidrobot fixed gear bike, have a new frame in store. Nemesis’ latest drop is the Starfighter frame, which is the same frame used for its Kidrobot x Nemesis bike masterpiece. The Starfighter is designed for a more upright riding experience, making tricks a breeze. The bike encompasses a Campagnolo standard 45×45 integrated headset, bladed downtube, and chainstays, and elegant CNC’d track drops. The guys at the Nemesis Project also offer to fit the Starfighter to its rider and a custom paint job upon request. The frame retails for $1250….

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