Single Speed / Fixed Gear
Opus' Case SS is versatility at its best. It combines the comfort and style of a classic steel bike with the minimalism of a single-speed drivetrain. Result? A bike perfectly suited for the rigors of urban travel. The Case is surprisingly quick and comfy, with an understated style that belies a sporty soul. Fun to ride fast or just to cruise, hop aboard and you’ll agree it’s the perfect vehicle for navigating the town. Case closed!
Opus' Moly SS married the comfort and grace of vintage steel bikes to the simplicity of a single-speed to create a bike perfectly adapted to the urban environment. The Moly SS is their take on the golden era of french touring bikes—down to the 650b wheels and stately upright position for unparalleled rider comfort. The perfectly proportioned wheels and easy step-through height, combined with spring saddle and custom grips, make the Moly an instant classic.
The Eastside is a fixed gear bike designed to ride fast, last long and turn heads. Beautiful paint schemes, high quality parts and a frame that's built to last make the Eastside the obvious choice for any rider. Combining the comfort and quality of 4130 chromoly steel with traditional track geometry, the Eastside gives the rider an aggressive, responsive and comfortable ride that is head and shoulders above the competition. The Eastside features a flip flop hub so it can be run as a fixed gear or single speed, wide tire clearance, fender mounts, classic track geometry and Fixation's go-anywhere Session 700 tires.
The perfect bike for no-handed skids, weekend bike polo or just ripping the city streets. The Uno Riser does it all with effortless style and a smile. Now more than ever, Fixed is about more options and few limitations. The riser handlebar delivers stellar handling and control while a wider rim profile accommodates more rubber and superior grip. Live and learn about the endless possibilities of a single gear and take your riding to the next level.
The lure of the oval is strong, and Masi's Speciale Sprint was purpose built to channel the thunder of the boards. A double-butted chromoly frame and lugged fork gives the nod to tradition but features the best that modern metallurgy can offer for a light, stiff, and sprint-worthy frame. Classically-laced Weinmann rims and super-supple Clement Strada tires are at their best when they're leaned hard into a turn. Decked out with Masi track components and a highly efficient two-piece aluminum crank, the Speciale Sprint is one bike that won't settle for second place.
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