Been doing some project with a cool guy name Boyce.
Here is our 14 Bike Co snap back hat, with the original small logo at the back.
On sale for £35 please email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Photo’s by CJ
Went for a ride on my 14R, strong solid bike frame for the streets and it does not disappoint, Rides so good! Cant go wrong with a Reynolds steel frame.
Been riding in the snow for the last three days and I think today has been the heaviest. The first ride on Friday was a killer with the snow coming down hard. It almost felt like my eyes were getting cut up so I got something to protect them. Second day was fine as it didn’t snow very hard but today, it has not stopped. If you go out during the next few days, stay on the main roads as it’s less slippery. Here are some picture’s that I took over the weekend!
This will be an important date to save, December 6th. It will be a presentation about the history of Fixed Gear. The ethos of riding a fixed gear bike on the street, It’s evolution, design and the surrounding culture. The people that will be doing it, will be Andy Ellis, Patrick Seabase, Tyron Francis, JW and Ted James. Each talk will be broken down to details from when fixed gear was started to the present.
More information and to buy ticket click here.
photo by Diogo Maymone
Here’s an awesome photo of Oscar riding in Barcelona last year from Diogo Maymone, radical
There are some nice photos in the post on the Fixedgearlondon blog from our stand at the Bespoked Bristol
handmade bicycle show that went down at the end of last month, check ‘em out. Included were the 2 new 14R
models as well as a bike we built for Continental Tyres as well as a bunch of other stuff. I wish I’d gone but I
was a bit strung out after going to Munich for some family stuff and I totally missed the van up there. Ah well,
next time. Ted’s 29er beast looks radical too! Big thanks to everyone that was involved – Andy, Johnny, Mike,
Jasper, Joss and John – shit’s tight
I took some of the rust off the whip whilst the sun was out the other day, looking more certified now. I’m riding
the 14bikeco tig welded Truman frame, and it was a bit of an adjustment for me at first (having ridden a kushy,
fat tyre ESB for years) but I’m totally into it now. It’s one of those bikes that makes it just really fun to go
fast, I get stoked on it every day
yo, how dope are these machines? yo. Here’s the info:
14 Bike Co & Fixedgearlondon are proud to announce the production of the 14R Track / 14R Low Pro.
The 14R frame has been updated for 2012.
When you purchase a 14R you will also get a limited edition 14R pack.
More details on the 14R package will be available soon. (The pack will only available to 14R customers)
14R Reynolds 853 Frame: £695.00
Fork option No.1: Alpina F04 Carbon 1 1/8th Track Fork £99.99
Fork option No.2: Alpina Wing Pista Carbon Monocoque 1 1/8th Track Fork £249.99
Forks will be painted in 14R Matte Black to match your 14R frame
(Please note! Neither of the fork options detailed above are drilled for a brake, please let us know if you
require a brake fitted, there is an option)
If you would like to order a 14R or have any questions, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Also, we’ve got a new rider on the team, Mike Ramirez! awesome. Check out some photos we got sent over
on his new 14R lo-pro
YOOOOOOOOOOOOO EDIT:// photos of Mike by Saheed Jermaine Abdu