Saturday, August 30, 2008

 

Ohtaki Arrives!















The first Ohtaki is now built! This one is mine but full customs are available. They take two months. More info & order forms will soon be available from our frame section. Ohtaki is an NJS certified and can build your bike any way you want it including lugless. 650GBP.

Wednesday, August 27, 2008

 

Notting Hill Carnival Fixed Gear Drumset from TFG on Vimeo.

Another video from my Bank Holiday weekend. More good uses for a fixed gear, I see a bike/ music festival on the horizon.

 

Super Ted / Fixed Gear Tricks @ Street Party from TFG on Vimeo.

Ted at Shoreditch Street Party. Good day out.

Wednesday, August 20, 2008

 

Panasonic & Bridgestone











We have two new NJS frames in. The Bridgestone is in fair condition, a few chips, no dents! The seat tube is 515, top tube is 525. Rear spacing is 110. Price is £325. The Panasonic has a amazing paintjob & some interesting decals. Panasonic lugs & forks, chrome undercover on the dropouts, seat stay and chain stay.Its in excellent condition with very few chips or scratches. The seat tube is 520 , top tube is 520. Rear spacing is 110. Price is £365.

Sunday, August 17, 2008

 





















Thats right, we're in for nine more days. Expect new clothing from NARI/ FURI & PEdAL.e.d , new parts and frames. We will also be confirming a closing party.

 

New T-Shirts






















New T-Shirts from Manchester's Cantgoslo & PEdAL.e.d. Available online and in Bodhi's basement till the 26th.

Saturday, August 16, 2008

 

We are the Champions of the Track













Dont let the name deceive you, except for one we at Tokyo Fixed Gear are 100% British. Its exciting to see the British riders doing so amazingly well in the Olympics. Outclassing everyone, even beating the Japanese at their own game. Check the results here.

Tuesday, August 12, 2008

 

Opening Night Photos




Thanks to Patrick for shooting some photos of the opening night.

 

Groms Get Involved










Its nice to see the younger generation getting involved in the fixed gear scene. I always thought one of the cons was that the smaller kids would find it difficult to get riding because of expensive builds & big frames but since we've been set up at Brick Lane I've been seeing more and more of the younger generation with their bikes. Thanks to Andy at Fixed Gear London for getting involved with these guys builds & looking to the future. There was also a nicely named Rondinella in this morning worth mentioning.

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