Dutch City Bike: Fyxation Style

Last year we ran a photo contest where photographers were given a chance to set up their own Fyxation photo shoot using our parts. We selected 3 winners in the contest and each became a Fyxation sponsored photographer for 1 year. The work that we saw was amazing and we were truly lucky to get to work with and meet so many talented individuals.

It was through our contest that we met Szymon Nieborak. Simon (as we call him) is based in the UK and is a freelance photographer that specializes in action photography. Simon sent in some amazing pictures and even though he wasn't selected as a finalist we've continued to keep in with him over the last 12 months and we're sure glad that we did.

Simon is a great person and a super talented photographer. Since we've started working with him his work has been featured in a number of magazines and we expect to see more great things from him in the future. For a closer look at his work head over to Delayed Pleasure - http://delayedpleasure.com/

Simon just got back from a trip to Amsterdam and lucky for us he brought his new bike. Enjoy!

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