Fyxation Custom Bicycles: Introducing the Flag Series

September 12, 2017

Here at Fyxation we pride ourselves in designing bikes and gear that are high quality, affordable, are a blast to ride and look great. Over the years we've had many opportunities to take our stock bikes and customize as part of our growing custom bicycle business. Our custom bike program lets organizations both large and small work with our design team to develop a truly custom bicycle. These bikes have been used as promotions, employee incentives, custom fleets for offices/apartments and other uses designed around our customers needs...

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Copenhagen Wheel Review: Electric Bikes Redefined

August 28, 2017

Depending where you live, electric bikes are all the rage. They make riding a bike easier than ever and are giving millions of people around the world the ability to go further with less effort. Whether you're a baby boomer looking to get around easier on a bicycle, a commuter that's looking for a fast, efficient and sweat-free way to get to the office or you're a cargo bike owner committed to living a life without a car, electric bikes give you a new found freedom on a bike...

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Fyxation Open Fixed Gear Crit: 2017 Race Results

July 25, 2017

The 4th installment of the Fyxation Open is in the books and man, what an event it was! We say this every year, but we are humbled by the huge support our race has received from the riders, fans and our growing list of sponsors. We don't get the media attention of the Red Hook Crit and we don't have the sheer volume of potential competitors in our local market that our friends on the West Coast do at the SoCal Crit in Southern California and Mission Crit in San Francisco. What we do have though is a growing and loyal following of riders that hail from as far away as Colombia, Montreal and San Francisco that come out year after year to support our growing event...

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Custom Branded Company Bikes - Corporate Bikes For You

July 19, 2017

Here at Fyxation, we've been designing custom fleet bicycles for our customers for a number of years. We love working on projects large and small as it gives us the ability to work closely with our customers and put a bit of our creativity to work. Custom branded bicycles are a great way for innovative companies to reward employees and customers and many businesses have embraced custom bicycles as a way to get their message heard....

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2017 Fyxation Open Omnium Stage 2 Results: Downer Classic

June 27, 2017

The second stage of the 2017 Fyxation Open Omnium is in the books and the this year's field put on a race to remember. The Fyxation Open fixed gear criterium is a 4 race omnium that takes place in Milwaukee and Chicago and the Downer Classic fixed gear race was the 2nd stage of this year's event.

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2017 Fyxation Open Omnium Stage 1 Results: Bay View Classic

June 26, 2017

We just wrapped up the first 2 stages of the Fyxation Open Omnium here in Milwaukee and as always, we are humbled by the results. This is the 4th year that we've hosted the Fyxation Open and the 2nd year in a row that we've turned our race into a 4 race omnium. Every year the level of riders and competition gets more intense, and this year's competition was by far our best yet. The Fyxation Open started as a single race in Chicago and is now the largest fixed gear criterium series in the US and our plans are to continue to growing the series and expose even more people to the exciting sport of fixed gear street criteriums.

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2017 Fyxation Open Fixed Gear Crit is Here!

June 16, 2017

The Fyxation Open Omnium is back! For the 4th year in a row we'll be hosting the Midwest's largest fixed gear street criterium. Held in conjunction with the Tour of America's Dairyland race here in Wisconsin and the Intelligentsia Cup in Illinois, the Fyxation Open brings the exciting sport of fixed gear street crit racing here to the Midwest.

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