Continuum Custom w/Whitewall Sessions

Thanks to Jeff and Amanda over at Continuum Cycles for the pic of the new Black Whitewall Session 700 on the Green 2008 Continuum. Continuum is a shop in NYC that also has their own custom frames. They are high quality and currently only available direct from Continuum in NYC or from another Fyxation shop - Blue Lug - in Japan. More info is available below or you can reach out to them direct at


More from Jeff on the Continuum -

"The Continuum is available in sizes 48, 50, 54, 56 and 58 cm. The 48 cm was specially designed to meet the needs of smaller riders seeking a track frame with aggressive geometry. It's designed for 650c wheels and has a standover height of 27.5".

The bike is super-light and has fast pick-up, like most aluminum frames, but doesn't feel unforgiving as aluminum often can. It's paired with a steel fork that has a 33 degree rake. The frame has replaceable dropouts, an imperative for an aluminum bike if you don't want it ending up a paperweight. The head tube is hourglass shaped and 1", so though the fork that comes with the frame is threadless, it can be threaded for use with a quill stem. The seat post is 27.2. The bottom bracket is English threaded, size 68."

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