Wyatt Bicycle Company 2013 Fixed Gear

Earlier this year we were contact by a guy named Wyatt who was from our home state of Wisconsin. He told us that he owned his own bike company named Wyatt Bicycle Co. and that he specialized in affordable fixed gear bikes. Wyatt was planning for his 2013 collection of bikes and his goal was to use quality Fyxation parts as a way to help his bike stand out from all the other fixies that are currently flooding the market. Well here we are now in the end of August and Wyatt's vision is about to become a reality.

As of August 30th the Wyatt Bicycle Company will begin shipping their 2013 model year fixed gear bikes. Wyatt Bikes feature a full 4130 chromoly frame and fork, built in chain tensioners, a flip flop hub, a lifetime warranty and Fyxation parts. For all the 2013 Wyatt Bicycle Company's bikes feature the Fyxation Curve saddle, Gates pedals and our BMX grips. Wyatt has a range of models available including the Comet, Brewer, Orchid, Northbound, Sublime, Bitsy, Skyline and Blackout. Head on over to Wyatt Bikes website for more info https://wyattbikes.com/store/.

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