Kissena Velo Fund

Jason Gallacher, the man behind Brooklyn based Affinity Cycles, is embarking on a new mission to build a 250m velodrome and Olympic level training facility on the site of the aging Kissena velodrome. In order to spearhead this project, he launched the Kissena Velo Fund, a non-profit foundation tasked with raising funds for the redevelopment of this world class cycling facility. In order to kick things off, Affinity put together a limited edition run of 250 Kissena track frames. Proceeds from the sale of these bicycles will go to the Velo Fund. This is a terrific way to kick start the fund, and Fyxation is excited to support the effort with rounding out the component end of the build. The Kissena build comes stock with our Comet drop bar, Accela tires, Pilot saddle and Loop bar tape. More information about the fund can be found on the Kissena Velo Fund website and the Kissena builds are available through Affinity cycles or the Velo Fund site.

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