What's in Those Boxes?

What's in those boxes you ask? Just the next step in the evolution of our company. When we launched Fyxation 4 years ago the market was very different than it is today. There were very few companies offering complete fixed gear/single speed bikes that were affordable. Most people would simply go out into the garage and take an old bike and convert it into a fixed gear or single speed bike. Fast forward to today and the market is flooded with cheap fixies that are all pretty much made from the same factories in China. Yes there are some nice bikes on the market and yes you can still get a quality steel or aluminum frameset to build up a nice bike, but the market for an affordable yet high quality complete single speed/fixed gear bike is pretty limited.

The Eastside complete is positioned to change that. Based off our high end Eastside 4130 Cro-moly frameset, the Quiver comes complete with a long list of Fyxation parts. From our popular Rodeo Pursuit bar to our Accela tires with Street Guard puncture protection, the Eastside is ride ready from the minute you take it out of the box. We can't wait until these land!

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