WHATS UP FGFS WORLD we got a big announcement today that we’re now distributing LDG FGFS products not previously available to the public! While the 700c Hammer has been available for a while now, what most people aren’t aware of is that they made new forks, bars, and sprockets that they never announced or put on their website, so now we’re making that available to you guys! I’m currently running the Hammer frame and fork and I can genuinely say I’ve been really dialed on my bike lately cause of it (bike check coming soon). Frames come in black and army green while the rest of the products come in black. Only distributing in the US (besides sprockets). HIT THAT WEBSTORE TO COP
Master’s Chopstick Forks are now available for purchase! If you’ve been looking for a fork, you’re in luck cause there aren’t many options around these days, so thank you Master for helping keep the sport alive. They have brake mounts available in certain colorways and come in a bunch of awesome colors. Some specs include:
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.
Chackong, a bike manufacturer out of China, recently dropped a ton of new products via instagram and this shit looks pretty solid for a great price. Not too sure about the geo and specific info about these products, but they look solid and they ship worldwide. Here’s what Samten had to say about their products: “Chackong from China, engaged in the fixed gear bicycle industry five years, we attach importance to cultural development of single-speed bike, and now we have the popular and high quality products to the rest of the world, if interested, contact us at Chackongshop@gmail.com.”
So email email@example.com for inquiries. Prices listed below. More after the jump.
Had a quick day of riding today with Miguel Zendejas. The day was cut short unfortunately when Miguel’s crank arm broke, but here’s a picture we managed to shoot moments before the carnage. (Miguel’s crank broke taking the picture)
Spike parts just announced that their new Freestyle Fork is now available for purchase. One of the best looking forks out there right now. And at an affordable price of $135, might as well pick one up right now! Get yours here! More photos after the click.