Custom Road Bike: Quiver Bumblebee

We were recently contacted by someone that was looking for a custom road bike that could be used as a commuter and had the flexibility to hit the open road and oh yeah, it had to be black and yellow.  Customer X said she had contacted her local bike shop and they didn't offer custom builds but they had a ton of great Trek bikes on the floor she could choose from.  After passing up their stock bike offer, she reached out to us and we were more than happy to oblige.

After a little back and forth we came up with a great price point based on what she was looking for and built up this great custom Quiver using the following parts:

- Shimano Sora parts group

- Ritchey Logic threadless headset

- Alex A Class wheelset

- Dimension road handlebar

- Deda Elementi yellow bar tape

- Fyxation Pilot saddle, Pilot seatpost, Session Accela tires and Gates pedals


We love building up custom bikes over here at Fyxation.  It gives us a break from our normal routine but also really helps us get to know are customers are looking for.  Reach out to us today if you want to discuss your next bike!


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