Fyxation 29er Build

While most people know Fyxation for our line of urban and single speed goodies, our products also make great urban crossover gear for 29ers. Whether commuting on your big wheel'd ride, or looking for something that just rolls fast, Fyxation makes durable products that look and work great. This Voodoo Canzo is set up with our dual-compound Session 700x35c tires, Mesa pedals and our newest saddle.

Our 35c Sessions can run up to 80psi and fit onto stock 29er wheels--like these Black Flag rims from Sun-Ringle--so they roll fast and there's no hassle setting them up. All Session tires feature our long wearing touring compound in the center and Kevlar rolling protection. Their full diamond and grooved tread allow for traction where other narrow tires lack.

On this build our Session tires are paired with new Mesa pedals and our latest Fyxation saddle. The Mesa is a lightweight, slim pedal that runs sealed bearings and tough DU bushing for an ultra thin profile of 13mm and weigh a feathery 317 grams per pair. Keep your eye out for our newest saddle as well. This comfortable saddle is built for putting on miles with durable chrome rails and ergo cutout.

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