Thursday, November 26, 2009

 

SHOP OPENING PARTY

Last night was our opening party. Thanks to every one that came along. We will be posting photos of the shop very soon but until then check Yorgo's blog or Juliets!

We will be open for bussiness 10:30 am Saturday until 08:00. Normal opening hours are 11:00 am - 08:00 pm.

Tuesday, November 17, 2009

 

WEB ORDERS DOWN!

We apologise but we are for the time being unable to take web orders. We hope to be back online by the 26th. We are currently in the process of moving into our long awaited shop front & do not have the man power to move into the shop & dispatch web orders. No back orders are being put on hold. Everything will be sent out as soon as we receive deliveries. We will still be accepting order via e-mail.

We are very sorry for any inconvenience!

Thursday, November 12, 2009

 
Online boutique Tokyo Fixed open central London bike and clothing store
For samples, images and info please contact:
Finally, a central London cycle boutique offering the finest in designer cycle ready streetwear.
Ready for some new winter friendly cycle clothing that'll keep you warm and dry but NOT make you look like a sailor lost at sea? Searching for the perfect Christmas gift?

Tokyo Fixed have long been stalwarts of the UK track bike community, providing a unique service importing a range of rare and desirable bike frames and components from Japan, along with exclusive streetwear and cycling clothing.

Now taking this service to the High Street, the Tokyo Fixed boutique will offer a ground floor clothing store packed with the cream of Japanese streetwear and cycle influenced attire and a treasure trove of frames, wheels and components in the basement.

The Bike Store
The basement will house an exclusive range of bikes, frames and wheels including Swiss manufacturers Gorilla Bicycles, New York’s Brooklyn Machine Works and Leader alongside a fully equiped workshop.

Stocking a full array of bikes including vintage italian road frames, BMXs and Japanese track frames Tokyo Fixed will also offer a selection of hand build frame sourced from all over the world.
A fully equipped workshop.
The Clothing Store
Since Tokyo Fixed Gear's inception in 1997, the demand for high quality customised track bikes has soared, as has the cycling public’s desire for stylish cycling attire.

The ground floor clothing store will offer both urban cyclists and foot soldiers an exciting new choice in functional clothing for city living. Brands in stock will include Alexander Lee Cheng, Nari Furi, CCP and New York’s ground-breaking ‘tailored performance’ label, Outlier Clothing.

Handmade outerwear from Wild Things along with SF's Martin and cult skatewear label Huf will further entice the discerning customer.

Situated on in the heart of London's Soho, Tokyo Fixed will bring a breath of fresh air to the cycling community, creating a welcoming and exciting shop where exclusive and rare products become available for all.
You can find Tokyo Fixed at:
4 Peters Street (just off Berwick St)
Soho, London, W1F 0DR
For more information please contact
+44 7870 728 001

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Sunday, November 01, 2009

 

Skulls in NYC with his Croc


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