Fewer and fewer FGFS companies have been in existence over the last few years and people don’t know where to get parts. This post is to shine some light on people who don’t know where to turn for new FGFS specific stuff. Share this with the people who keep complaining about broken shit on their bikes.
If you aren’t in the US, these can be purchased online at various locations (this link can work for the US also) or at your local bike shop because odds are that Bombtrack has a distributor wherever you are. As for people in the U.S., you know that it’s a little tough to get your hands on some Bombtrack goods due to no distributor being here. The good news is that you can get one directly through Bombtrack. Just hit them on their contact form on the site here and ask them about it to learn more.
All of what was just said for the Dash applies to Bombtrack’s 700c complete bike. If you plan on doing tricks on this, I would highly recommend the small size. Because it’s the only size that was actually designed for tricking, whereas the larger sizes were developed for commuting.
Also made by Chackong. Check these out here.
If you’ve been riding FGFS for a while, you know SE used to have an FGFS team who shredded the SE Showtime builds. These are the remnants of that era. Still able to take a Fixed gear hub and still pretty good geometry. Check it out here.
This reasonably-priced complete is more for the beginning FGFS rider. Shoutout to State for still making FGFS stuff though. Check it out here.
Bombtrack also sells their parts individually. Once again, hit up their contact form for more info on how to get it in the US.
Bombtrack’s 700c FGFS / Commuter frame. Same acquiring method as the Dash. Once again, if you plan on using this frame to do tricks, the small size is highly recommended over the other bigger commuting geometries. This is the frame I personally ride.
Made by Chackong. Available directly in their webstore. Really sick colors available.
Pagan 29er Frame
Anthem Bike Co. has recently emerged and quickly became a big name in FGFS. With riders like Steven Jensen, Chase Davis, and our own Miguel Zendejas sporting these frames, the small batch runs sold out quick. Although their website is currently down, today they announced their new Comply FGFS frame is in the works. Check back here to keep up to date with the latest Anthem news or check in on their instagram @Anthembikeco .
The discontinued BB17 Charmers are still available and on sale at the BB17 webstore here.
BB17’s 29er frame is also still available and on sale in army green here.
Concept Assassin frames are still available on their website here.
LDG’s famous Hammer frame is still in stock on LDG’s website here.
Contrary to popular belief, Unknown still has a lot of FGFS stuff in stock including their V3 frame.
Bombtrack sells their forks individually. Ask about acquiring them here.
Bombtrack’s 700c fork. Ask about them here.
Spike forks are still in stock on BB17’s webstore.
Same deal as their frame. They were made in small runs and their website is down. But more are in the works. Keep up on their instagram @Anthembikeco .
Concept also still has their Assassin Fork in stock.
Shockingly, these are actually still available, for cheap too. Check em’ out here.
The infamous LDG Tank Forks are still available to purchase, if they’re your thing.
Same deal as the rest of the Bombtrack stuff, hit up their contact form for more purchasing info.
Ruff has been killing it lately. If you don’t know, they’re a recently established FGFS specific company that makes seriously quality parts. They release small runs of their praised GC Bars every few months. Check back here or on their instagram @Ruffbikeco to snag em when they’re available.
Anthem Antler Bars:
Same thing that was said about Anthem’s Frame and Fork. More are on the way, keep up to date here.
While not an FGFS brand, S&M’s Bruiser bars fit on the modern Fixed Freestyle build nicely. Available here.
LDG’s interesting double gusset freestyle bars can be purchased on their webstore here.
LDG’s Purple Santos bars can also still be purchased.
A small amount of BB17’s Risers are still in stock here.
Available front and back, Bombtrack’s hubs are one of the best hubs on the market and one of the only ones still being manufactured. Hit up Bombtrack’s contact form once again for questions on how to purchase one.
Samten is offers a very affordable rear 9t driver. Check them out here.
The Resist Contact driver is very elusive these days. Legend says they ran out of them years ago, but they in fact are still available if you buy directly from the demolition warehouse. Shoot them an email (email@example.com) and ask how to get one or visit their warehouse (2760 Regal Park Dr.
Anaheim, CA 92806) if you’re in the area.
Spike still has Vault 10t Driver hubs in stock on the BB17 webstore.
Front Vault Hubs are also in stock if you want to match here.
Ruff just released the new 26″ Can Rims. Always support companies that are still pushing out stuff to support the sport. These should be your go-to rims if you need some new ones. Get em’ here.
Unknown’s popular 26″ Agent rims are still available for purchase here.
H Plus Son has been a name in FGFS for a long time. Their Todestrieb rims released about 3 years ago now and are still some of the most ridden rims in FGFS. Available in 26″ and 29″ here.
There are a ton of 26″ and 29″ tires on the market. But if you want to support some FGFS brands, here’s a couple.
These are the one Bombtrack product that is actually readily available in the US. You can buy these directly from CSK. Available in 26″ and 29″. These will be available at any bike shop that distributes Bombtrack if you aren’t located in the U.S.
The Nomad tires were a staple in FGFS a few years ago. While Resist is essentially no more, this is the one product Demolition decided to keep making to equip their 26″ BMX bikes. Purchase them here. Available in 26″ and 700c.
YNOT Straps are one of the OG companies that started making straps for the Fixed Gear scene a long time ago and are still killing it with straps and bags. Check em’ out here.
Hold Fast is the original name of pedal straps in fixed gear. They’re still pumping out straps with tons of different styles here.
The small strap & bag company based out of Salt Lake has been supporting riders in the FGFS scene for a while now and deserve some attention for that. Check their stuff out here.
Royal straps are available on our webstore here!
Here’s a few products that are non-FGFS specific, but supporting FGFS is always a plus.
Turf is a huge name in FGFS soft goods. They have an awesome clothing line as well as the Matt Reyes signature Slingshot Stem, available here.
Nightsticks plastic pegs by Turf. Check out the contest we have going on with these right now here.
Turf Clothing Line:
Here’s a few of Turf’s tees they have for sale (Click the images to link to product).
Antonyo Wothe’s signature metal pegs are still in stock on his personal big cartel here.
One of my personal favorite stems is still available here.
FOAD Fixed’s team DVD is still available here.
One of, if not the greatest FGFS DVD of all time. Get it here.
Dirty Mocs Clothing:
The homies over at Dirty Mocs have some nice softgoods. Check em out there.
Our own Cole Ruffing has his own clothing brand called Hurt Boys. He’s always working on stuff and pushing out new products, check out his etsy here.
Hopefully this list can help some people, especially in the US, get a hold of some FGFS parts. This list isn’t the only way you can get parts obviously, but it’s a start for some people who don’t know where to turn. Hopefully this helped some of you guys out, thanks for reading.