Fixed Gear Frameset - Fyxation Eastside

We just finished with a photo shoot down by the lakefront here in Milwaukee and we wanted to post a few pictures up here on our blog. Our Eastside track frameset is on the water and will be in stock in our new Milwaukee warehouse in early December. We are super pumped to finally be offering our own framesets and can't wait to offer some custom builds on our website for customers looking for a Fyxation complete bike.

The Eastside frameset is made out of 4130 Chromoly and in our opinion is one of the nicest and affordable fixed gear framesets on the market. We see the Eastside as a great way for people and shops to build up the fixed gear bike or singlespeed bike that they've always wanted to without breaking the bank or having to settle for a lot of the cheap hi-ten fixed gear bikes that are on the market today. When we launch the Eastside we'll be offering 3 colors - black, gloss white and copper - with more colors to follow in early 2013. My favorite is the copper but the gloss white track frameset with the chrome fork featured below is a close second.

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