*Available for pre-order. In stock August 10th, 2020
Whether you're spinning through traffic or doing laps at the local velodrome, the Fyxation Pusher wheelset will keep you rolling in style. Built by hand and featuring 40mm deep anodized rims with matching sealed bearing hubs, the Pusher wheelsets are a thing of beauty.
With the Pusher we wanted to introduce a high quality wheelset that could stand apart from a lot of the inexpensive wheelsets that are flooding the market. The Pusher is made using matching anodized 6061 aero profile 700c rims and a matching anodized sealed bearing flip flop hub. This gives the wheelsets an amazing vibrant look that will help make any bike look like new.
We machined the braking surface on the Pusher wheelset to give you improved stopping power and we anodized the rims after machining so the rims would look great even after being out on the road. The hubs are anodized 6061 aluminum as well and feature sealed bearings which is something you should expect from a high quality wheelset like the Pusher. The Pusher includes a flip flop hub which means it can run fixed or free (cog and lock ring included but freewheel must be purchased separately).
From the matching anodized rims and sealed bearing hubs to the stainless steel spokes and matching black brass nipples, the Pusher is our signature wheelset. Whether you're looking to breath life into an old bike or are looking for a replacement for the cheap wheels that come on most bikes today, the Pusher has you covered!
Pusher 700c Sealed Bearing Wheelset
Excellent product and service. Highly recommended. Very rapid delivery. Two thumbs up!
I was looking for a sturdy wheelset to throw on my knockaround single speed. These fit the bill. They look great and I am satisfied with the performance as well. Great value.
I bought these from the Fyxation shop during a trip to MKE this year to build up a bamboo fixed gear frame I got in Vietnam. The gold color matched perfectly. I honestly expected the bike to be used for the occasional short ride, but I’ve now got about 250 miles on the bike and the wheels are holding up really well (especially given my 230 pd size). I’m able to hold my own on group rides with folks on geared bikes and the wheels (despite the fact that they are pretty heavy) don’t seem to slow me down any. I’d say they’re well worth it for a fixed conversion that you don’t want to spend huge money on.
Wheels work just fine. They came out of true but that's to be expected when they're shipped. Once they were fine tuned, I went riding the next day and they work just fine.
Didn't come with rim strips. Rear rim tore a hole in tube. I put my own in. Front wheel has a small hop to it. I've reseated tire and tube several times, but it hasn't gone away.