ripper fixed gear Archive

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Bike Porn

Time for something fun and cool. Bike Porn – the best of fixed gear and single speed bikes out there. Here are some samples:

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For more pictures go to full Bike Porn gallery

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SNEAK PEEK @ THE 2010 Cinelli Vigorelli

Here could be a sneak peek at the 2010 Cinelli Vigorelli, that we found on HKfixed. Check it out
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We are looking forward to seeing the 2010 colorways..

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Mash Tour of Caliornia 2009

Here is a good video of Mash with their tour of California 2009.. Some sick hill climb’s on a fixie.. It is 750miles of riding..

PREVIEW: MASH Tour of California 2009 from MASH TRANSIT PRODUCTIONS on Vimeo.

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Awesome photographs of Kansai craftsman at work

Here are some photographs, captured by photographer Jess Carmody. He traveled to Japan and captured some awesome photographs of Kusaka San. Kusaka San is a master bike builder for companies Kinfolk Bikes and Vivalo Bicyles. Jess Carmody did a really good job capturing Kusaka hard at work as he sculpts a bike out of raw metal.
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Here are some more images of Kinfolk bicyle’s that captured our eyes.
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SE / DC COLAB… PK RIPPER FIXIE..


DC is proud to introduce the PK Ripper Fixed Gear, the third installment in a series of limited edition bike projects from DC and SE Racing, all designed to embrace the heritage of the brand and the sport. A collector’s item, the PK Ripper Fixed Gear bike production will be limited to only 2,500 bikes worldwide.

The Fixed Gear collaboration mixes a touch of 1970’s bike nostalgia with modern bike performance features. Inspirations for the PK Ripper Fixed Gear bike‘s design aesthetic stem directly from the original DC x SE Racing PK Ripper collaboration. The new fixed gear bike design details are directly inspired from the classic PK Ripper BMX bike, complete with Floval tubing, Landing Gear fork and Looptail rear end. This blend of old school BMX and a modern fixed gear bike not only takes its cues from the PK Ripper BMX construction but also its colorways—Matte Black and Ball Burnished Silver.

DC and SE Racing first joined together in 2007 for their exclusive limited edition project “30 Years of Radness.” The project honored 30-plus years of BMX history, and DC and SE Racing celebrated with a re-release of the PK Ripper bike in its original aesthetic for an exclusive limited edition quantity. In 2008, DC and SE Racing joined forces once again with the release of the DC x SE Racing 24” Quadangle. The Quadangle, or the Quad Looptail as it was known, was a 1980’s freestyle classic, and for the second collaboration DC and SE Racing re-released the BMX bike in for the first time ever, in a 24” version the same classic frame.

The DC PK Ripper Fixed Gear bike’s Matte Black and Ball Burnished Silver colorways will both be limited to only 1,250 each worldwide. The bike will be available for $1,000 at select boutiques and specialty bike shops worldwide.


I personally love the flat black one, it looks totally sick..

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