Fyxation Spring Bike Sale!

Spring is in the air and to celebrate we're having a huge bike sale here at our shop in Milwaukee. Our sale runs from Friday, March 31st through Sunday, April 9th. Everything in store is on sale and we're offering up to 50% off on a few of our 2016 bike models! Helmets, lights, locks, bags, bikes... all are on sale.

Everything Is On Sale!

All the following deals are available while supplies last. Winter gear is marked down 35%, fat bikes are 40% off, all new Marin bikes are 10% off parts/accessories in the shop are 10% off and we even have a few deals on our Eastsides and Pixels. This is our biggest sale of the year and is a great way to welcome Spring. 

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We're even offering the sale price on our 2017 Quiver models that were recently featured in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and Cyclocross Magazine!

Our shop is located at 2943 N. Humboldt Blvd right next to Colectivo Coffee. We hope to see you there! Can't make it to the shop this week? Use coupon code SPRINGISHERE to save 15% off our entire site during the sale.

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