The guys at One Less Car just got through testing the Session 700. A link to their review is below but we thought we'd share a quote from them -
“those tires are THE SHIT!!! bombed curbs which sketched me out a tad on the scrawny kendas. High speed skids, emergency-style, swivel skids and shit.fast.grippy. Took some pedal strike corners and they held awesome. I think im in love.”
It has been a busy few months for us here at Fyxation as we have been getting ready to release the Session 700. We are pleased to announce that he black Session 700 tires are now available. Please check our dealers page to find a stocking dealer near you.
Sorry for the wait but the remainder of the colors - pink, white, orange and green - will be available later in July.
Keep checking out our site for updates.
Our friend John is living in Taiwan and putting on a proper Alley Cat. If you happen to be on the ROC, check it out...
Keep an eye out for our upcoming ad in COG issue 6! The Session 700 fixed gear bicycle tire is coming, Schools In!
In life, we all have our interests, passions, dreams and inspiration. If we’re lucky, every once in a while they all come together around something truly inspiring. For us, these forces have come together around two wheels, some welded steel, rubber on a rim and couple of gears connected by a chain. Some people in our lives have claimed that we have an unhealthy fixation with a simple machine; some in our lives realize that a drop of chrome in the right place, a CNC dropout or a tightly laced wheel can be the things of dreams. Is it wrong to be woken up by your girlfriend because you’re pedaling in your sleep? Is it wrong to look through an issue of COG for the twenty-fifth time and still find some little nugget of frame that you missed the other 24 times you cracked its cover. Is it wrong to map your home town by the spots you’ve sessioned, or will session, or wish you could session? If you’ve read this far then your obviously as addicted as us. Fyxation was born out of a passion for a simple machine that we just can’t shake. Is it unhealthy? We have been told yes, but if it is, we’d much rather live out our unhealthy fixation dreaming of new ways to refining this extension of our existence than listening to those who will never get it.
-NRG, founder Fyxation Inc.