Pedal Consumption teamed with Ass Savers to bring you the Smartass. I have an Ass Saver fender and it’s my go to jam for the handful of rainy days we have here in Los Angeles and have had no complaints, they work well and do what they need to do… Save your Ass!
We are hosting these events as a way to fundraise money to get the whole team out to QCR in SF and up to the NACCC in Seattle this summer, please come put and have some fun, racing bikes! There are also a few events not bike race related, but center around art, bike parts, fun, food and of course beer!
I have been complaining about the small little keychained sized allen keys I keep in my tool roll for quite some time now. While they fit great and don’t take up any space, they just don’t have any kind of leverage to them. So, when I was sent an email about a new kickstarter for Fix It Sticks and an offer to try a set out, I jumped at the chance.
Newly introduced for 2013 are the MKS GR-10 pedals. The GR-10′s are for those of you out therethat a wider platform, I love my GR-9′s but I can see if you have a wide foot then the 9′s would be an issue. Retrogression has them in stock and I would swoop on a larger version of a great pedal, that has been a staple pedal in most fixed gear riders life.
We are pleased to announce that our Mesa 61 alloy platform pedal is finally in stock and available through your local Fyxation dealer. The Mesa 61 is versatile platform pedal that looks just as good on your urban assault vehicle as it does on your snow ready fat bike. Weighing in at only 380 grams/pair, the Mesa 61 is an all purpose durable thin platform pedal made out of lightweight 6061 aluminum, includes 20 stout replaceable pins and is anodized for durability.
The Mesa 61 rounds out our current line up of Mesa pedals that includes our nylon Mesa and Mesa MP (metal pin) pedals. The Mesa line of pedals was originally designed to offer a wide platform for urban cyclists but was quickly embraced by many different styles of riders due to it’s versatility, durability and affordability. The Mesa ($47.95), Mesa MP ($59.95) and now the Mesa 61 ($96.95) all offer a wide, thin platform and include sealed bearings, DU bushing and a cro-moly spindle. The Mesa 61 is also pedal strap compatible and works with most of the popular pedal straps currently on the market.