Fyxation Open Fixed Gear Criterium

The Fyxation Open fixed gear street criterium is back and bigger than ever. Growing off of the success of the first 2 years of the race, we've expanded the event to now include 4 races in both Milwaukee and Chicago. The all new Fyxation Open Omnium includes 4 men's and women's races that will be held in the end of June in the Milwaukee area and in the end of July in Chicago/Lake Bluff Illinois.

Riders will be eligible to win $500 of prize money at each race and we'll be offering tons of great prizes and lap Primes during the race from a list of sponsors that continues to grow.  Points will be awarded to the top 10 finishers at each race and at the end of the series winners will be crowned in both the men's and women's categories. Additional prizes will be awarded to the top 3 overall finishers of series.

Full race info can be found at http://www.fyxationopen.com.  Below is a teaser of the race poster and the 4 collectors item sew on patches that will be available to the riders of each one of these amazing races.  We hope to see you all this summer!




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