Starting from Siam Square, we rode through Chinatown, Sapan Put, Flower Market, Kao Sarn Rd. We stopped right there to have a little fresh juice to drink , it was pretty nice. After then we went to Democracy Monument to have a little ride around it.. and finally our last stop was King Rama5 Monument.. we had fun skidding there before we went back home.. it was good to see you here both of you Montonn, and Johni !!!! ride safe

this is a new collection of mash SF .
via South SEA

POMB Crew !!

a very nice video by POMB Crew

Rodafixa is back

god bless him to get recover this fast !!! i wish u selling good and be safe. i must visit you real soon

P'J (Montonn Jira) bike... Soma.. very nice

Weekend Rides...

last weekend we have a new friend coming down from Chaing Mai, his name is Klye. i took him around Bangkok, talking about the Alleycats that we are organizing. i'll update the information again, everyone is invited.

my friend Mart visited me yesterday, he brought me the Milk Magazine that has fixed gear link which included Bkkfixed in it.
Thanks Brian and Mart.

$25 each
via Tokyofixed

Iro track Hubs

this is the lastest thing from IRO CYCLE Inc., for 2008. so many color, A flange with no cutouts makes them stronger than ever before. Price's starting from 99 usd. only
via IRO

The streetwear label Rogue Status has teamed up with Italian bike maker Bianchi to create this wonderful Bianchi x Rogue Status Fixed Gear Bike. This bike comes in a simple white and black color with Rogue Status logos plastered on various parts. Unfortunately, no information has been released about the date of the release but please stay tuned for more info.

Source: Rogue Status


Bangkok, Thailand

Nice Vapor Magazine cover x Huf SF.
via Southsea Fixed

All bags in the Diagonal collection are designed and stitched by Jean.
Via R.e.load

via fakeRICH

Pimp By Bike,,, i have just got the White Rims, Thx u again Brian (HKFixed) for the clean rims.

Pedal ID Studio

Design ur own bike,
via Pedalmafia ID

this is the first fixed gear only shop in South East Asia that will be opening real soon.
via verymasa

One of the best checkpoints in town for local street foods 
Yaowaraj Road a.k.a. China Town
Bangkok, Thailand

Vittoria Zaffiro
2500 Yen
via Ing

crazy or what? no brake, free cog, track bike. downhill SF.

Posh and his bike , KHS track , Sugino 75. Welcome to BKKfixed !!! Ride safe y'all

Let's pictures speak.

If you'r into bicycle, or fixed gear, you should have googled and found out his website to be your first building your first fixed gear "Sheldon Brown" , a beloved iconoclast bicycle tech guru, died Sunday from a heart attack. He was 63.

Brown championed fixed gear bikes for years before they became essential fashion items for hip kids in New York and San Francisco and had a nearly encyclopedic knowledge of obscure bike parts, odd tire sizes and non-standard gear ratios. He was known for his generosity in helping DIY bike builders with their projects, for his love of weird old bikes, and his passion for cycling.

Brown had been suffering from multiple sclerosis since 2005, which kept him from riding any of his dozens of two-wheeled bikes since September 2006. Brown is survived by his wife and two adult children.

Brown worked as the technical guru and Webmaster for Harris Cyclery in West Newton, Massachusetts. In columns for cycling magazines and in essays on his blog, Brown championed bike technology that he loved - internal hubs, fixed gear bikes (including a fixie tandem) and homebuilt tandems. He gently ridiculed the current marketing rages of the cycling world (carbon fiber, titanium, racing bikes for everyone, etc.) every April 1 with fake new product announcements such as a titanium credit card with holes drilled in it to reduce weight.

Brown's decidedly non-fancy website was a vital resource for cyclists, rich with hints on how to break in a Brooks leather saddle, technical explanations of the workings of 60 year-old internal hubs, and instructions on how to build a tandem from two old steel bike frames. Brown even lauded Shimano's much maligned Biopace chain rings (a non-round chain ring once made by Shimano).

See also, a planned memorial ride Thursday in Salt Lake City, memorial blog, Cycle Ninja, and MetroCyclist.

Thx Kyle for the news
Via Wierd Blog

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