Products

DESTROY UNICORN KILLER RESTOCK

Destroy just restocked their beautiful Unicorn Killer and Unicorn Killer comp frames in two of probably the sickest colorways I’ve ever seen. You’ve got the Shark’s Blood and the Ox Blood to choose from and they’ve both got real sick texture on the paint. Aesthetics aside, the geometry of these frames are on point. If you’re on the shorter side of the height spectrum, they’ve developed the Unicorn Killer Comp just for you. The standard Unicorn Killer is a bit taller. Pick them up here before they’re gone! (Teal is already sold out on the Comp version)

Master ISO Bolt-On Track Cog Adapter Now Available!

The legendary Master Bike Co. 64 driver hub is officially the most versatile hub on the market. Not only can it be converted to freewheel or swapped out with a 3/8th axle, you can now add their new ISO track cog adapter to run standard fixed gear cogs! Grab one here to upgrade your whip. Here’s what Master says about them:

“This driver attachment works with the Master 64 hubs to allow for the use of ISO 6 bolt track cogs. These drivers are compatible with our 14mm or 3/8 axles.  Hubs and cogs sold separately.”

MASH SF MATT REYES SIGNATURE TRICK TRACK FRAMESET

This week Mash SF announced a frame collaboration with Mr. Fixie himself: Matt Reyes! This signature frame is a Trick Track specific model built for some fixie trick abuse tailored to Slum himself. The frame looks great and the paint job is one of a kind (except it’ll be produced that way so… there will be a lot of em’).

If you’re reading this today and happen to be an SF local, Mash actually has 10 of these frames available RIGHT NOW at their shop, and I’m sure they’ll be gone quick. More details from Mash on how to get a hold of one below:

“Later this week we will begin to offer a new frame model developed with @slumworm and friends. On Wednesday, we will offer 10 frames to locals, curbside at our shop on Sanchez Street. The following day, we will test a waiting room on our web site, where you visit the digital shop at a certain time, and you will be put in a waiting room until it’s your turn to shop for the frame. We will share all the details before they go live on our site, and can help answer questions here before. We will also publish a post on our site with all the frame specs, so please stay tuned for those details too. If you are in Japan, please check with @bluelug for their release. The Japan model has welded in brake studs as well. More soon!”

To check out way more photos, details, and a write up from Matt about the frame, head to the Mash SF website HERE

Current Build: Ruff Bike Co. Prototype

If you’ve been paying attention, you’ll have noticed that the whole Ruff team mysteriously switched over to some new black frames that nobody has said anything about. Well me being the fixie journalist that I am, I am here to BREAK THE SILENCE AND BE THE WHISTLEBLOWER THAT YOU DESERVE! BIG FIXIE DOESN’T WANT YOU TO HEAR ABOUT THIS.

Jk, they’re just some new prototypes that we’ve all been testing out. What’s different? Tighter geometry and less weight mostly. Maybe some other technical jargon that I’m not sure about. I can confidently say this geometry is the best I’ve felt though and I’m excited for productions to run on them some day (who knows with the way production is these days). Anyways, here’s some pics of my bike I snagged while out in Atlanta, when it still looked new (ish).

More photos after the jump!

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