Category: Manufactured Fixed Gear Bikes

brooklyn machine works launchpad Brooklyn Machine Works Launchpad

Brooklyn Machine Works introduces the new Launchpad, their fixie trick bike. First shipment to shops are Orange 20, WBASE, Chari & Co. and Tokyo Fixed Gear. The Brooklyn Machine Works Launchpad will release in long or short top tube versions, and optional is mid or euro bottom bracket. MSRP is $850.

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sexy bicycles fixed gear track bike Sexy Bicycles Fixed Gear + Track Bike

Pure sexy! Well it is easy to say since they are called Sexy Bicycles, and they live up to the name. In total 9 bikes will drop, with 3 track bikes and 3 fixies, but the catch is all are limited to a certain amount. This is the first collection released, so its fitting that they are called “Release One”. Via Bike Reviews.

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specialized langster las vegas1 Specialized Langster Lineup

Specialized Langster Las Vegas

The Specialized Langster lineup for 2009 consists of six complete fixed gear bikes, five of which represent a different major city as its theme, and one frame set with an edge for track competition.

The Specialized Langster Las Vegas, one of the fixies that hosts a city theme, features graphics of poker chips, rolling dice, and the famous “Welcome to Las Vegas” sign on a Matt Black with a hint of Gold Specialized specific frame.

Other themes include: Japanese style graphics to represent Tokyo, the brand Specialized written in a 60’s like text and more various hippie related graphics equaling San Francisco, umbrellas and some rain for Seattle, and last but not least an over-all yellow colorway and taxi stripes for nothing less than New York.

Lastly, the plain Jane “Langster” is a not as “specialized” of a track bike in relation to theme. The rest of the specifications are identical.

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schwinn cutter Schwinn Cutter

Introducing the Schwinn Cutter; If you want to enter the fixed gear scene but at a low expense, take a look at what Schwinn has in store for 2009. For USD $299, the Schwinn Cutter is by far the least expensive compared to its competition. The all-matte black track bike features a flat bar for handlebars and front and rear break – perfect for someone who’s never ridden fixed before.

Here are the specifications straight from Schwinn:


Frame: Schwinn N’ Gauged high tensile steel track
Fork: N’ Gauged high tensile TIG welded unicrown with forged dropouts
Color(s): Matte Black


Bottom Bracket: VP semi-cartridge square taper
Derailleurs: n/a
Shifters: n/a
Chain: KMC Z410


Rims: Weinmann alloy with 36 holes
Hubs: Formula alloy with sealed mechanism
Spokes: 14 gauge stainless, 36 per wheel
Tires: Kenda K193 700X28C


Pedals: Resin body, steel axle
Brake Levers: ProMax alloy with reach adjustment
Handlebar: Flat bar
Stem: Alloy 0 degree rise quill style
Headset: 1 1/8″ threaded
Grips: Schwinn Approved single density Kraton rubber
Saddle: Schwinn approved
Seat Post: Alloy pillar


Extras: Customizable decal set with three options

fuji track pro 1 Fuji Track Pro

The Fuji Track Pro will be totally revamped for 2009. It features a color pattern of Black and Fuji Red with White Fuji logos and graphics on a Fuji’s specific frame made of alloy, which is much wider then last years Fuji Track Pro. The relatively high seat post, when compared to most track bikes is one of the most commented design features about the new Fuji Track Pro. From what we’ve heard, the seat post is like black liquorish, you either hate it or you love it. However, no matter if you appeal Fuji’s new design or embrace it, there’s no debate about its ingenuity. MSRP $1,700.00

Here are the specifications of the Fuji Track Pro 2009 courtesy of Fuji.

Specs -

Sizes: 49cm, 52cm, 54cm, 56cm, 58cm, 61cm
Black/Fuji Red
Main frame: A-6 Quaternary phase alloy, custom butted and Aero shaped Down tube, Integrated Head and Seat Tube.
Rear triangle: A-6 Quaternary phase alloy butted seat stays with shaped ride tuned Chainstay, repacable Stainless Steel Drop-out
Fork: FC-770 Fuji Straight Blade Integrated Carbon w/1 1/8″ alloy steerer
Crankset: NEW FSA Carbon Pro Track, 144 bolt pattern, 49T
Bottom bracket:
T.H. ISIS Sealed Cartridge
Pedals: Nil
Front derailleur: Nil
Rear derailleur: Nil
Shifters: Nil
Cassette: 15T CNC Sprocket w/Lockring
Chain: KMC Z-510
Wheelset: Novatec Force Double 30mm Track
Front hub: Formula High Flange, 32H Sealed cartridge bearing
Rear hub: Formula High Flange, 32H Sealed cartrigde bearing
Spokes: Double Butted Stainless
Rims: Alex Crostini R1.1, 32H Black
Tires: Vittoria Diamonte Pro Lite, 700 x 23c
Tubes: Kenda Ultralite Presta
Brake set:
Brake levers: Nil
V.P. 1 1/8″ Integrated Road, with convex hollow alloy spacer
Handlebar: Deda Pista Alloy Track
Stem: Deda Quattro Forged Alloy 31.8mm
Tape/grip: Fuji Custom MicroFibre wrap
Saddle: NEW San Marco Ponza w/Embossed logo and cro-mo rails
Seat post: Fuji Integrated Seat Tube Alloy, 300mm
Seat clamp: Al CNC Interface

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trek district 2009 Trek District 2009

One unique fixed gear bike in particular stood out from the rest at the Trek World 2008 event, where Trek revealed their lineup for 2009. The Trek District – a single speed fixed Gates common belt drive bike (no chain) with front and rear breaks and an urban look – is one of many fixed gear bikes to emerge in 09’ that incorporates features for the novice fixed gear rider. The Trek District features a glossy gray Trek specific frame with orange graphics, orange wheel sets, brown handlebar grips and seat, and an optional chain guard. MSRP $929.99

Here are some more specifications I found on the Trek District at Trek’s site.

Specs -


Sizes: 0, 54, 56, 58, 60cm
Frame: Alpha Black Aluminum
Fork: Bontrager Satellite Plus, carbon


Wheels: Alloy cartridge bearing hubs; alloy rims
Tires: Bontrager Race Lite, puncture resistant, 700x28c; 60 tpi


Shifters: n/a
Front Derailleur: n/a
Rear Derailleur: n/a
Crank: Bontrager Satellite Nebula w/55T alloy C-Drive belt sprocket
Cassette: C-Drive 22T alloy belt sprocket
Pedals: MKS Sylvan Track


Saddle: Bontrager Race
Seat Post: Bontrager Satellite Nebula
Handlebars: Trek Urban, alloy
Stem: Bontrager Soho, 15 degree
Headset: Cartridge bearings, sealed
Brakeset: Alloy dual pivot w/Tektro alloy levers
Extras: Chainguard, belt drive

fuji 09 league Fuji x Obey 2009 or Fuji League Fixed Gear?

Besides its street appeal, very little is known about this Fuji track bike. However, its close resemblance of Fuji’s 2008 Fuji x Obey has speculators guessing this fixed gear bike is the Fuji x Obey 2009 version. The urban styles of both track bikes are emerging in cities everywhere, but without the help of manufacturing assembly lines; More commonly bikes like these usually start life out at someone’s home, one piece at a time. Has Fuji tapped into the urban fixed gear scene? We’d like to thinks so.

Like the Fuji x Obey that was dropped for 2008, Fuji’s untitled track bike features a black/charcoal matted theme with a red seat post, frame neck, handlebars, wheel sets, tires, graphics, and other red accents rather than gold – to accentuate the bikes beauty. The only clue Fuji left us with is the word “League” (whatever that means) printed on the frame. We were unable to get our hands on any specs, but we’re on the look out.