Fast, Fun, Affordable...Meet The Pixel!

It's been almost a year since we launched our first bike model, the Eastside, and it's been pretty wild ride.  The Eastside was introduced as a high quality option for riders that wanted a quality build single speed and didn't simply want to settle for the cheap bikes that were flooding the market.  Designed here in Milwaukee and made in Taiwan, the Eastside features our 4130 chromoly frameset and our high end parts and accessories.  Fast forward to today and the Eastside is still selling strong and is now available in Australia, Japan, Europe, Canada and the US. 

Following in the footsteps of the Eastside, we are pleased to introduce our newest model for 2014, the Fyxation Pixel. Borrowing from the same geometry as the Eastside and retailing for only $459, the Pixel is a great bike and an even better value. Built as a single speed with a flip flop hub the Pixel features an upright comfortable design, quality made parts and a stunning paint job that's sure to turn heads. The Pixel is available in 2 colors - graphite and glacier blue, and in 4 sizes - 49cm, 52cm, 55cm and 58cm.  They're in stock now at stocking Fyxation dealers.



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