Fyxation just gave me the heads up that their Mesa 61 Alloy Pedals are now Shipping. If you’re looking for a light weight platform pedal look no further.
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.
Fyxation just sent this over. They have released a new slimmer version of their Gates platform pedal.
Platform pedals come in all shapes and sizes and range from a traditional BMX style platform pedal to high-end sealed bearing alloy pedals. These pedals continue to be a popular option as they offer a nice wide platform for many styles of riding and with various price points, there’s pretty much a platform pedal for anyone out there. Fyxation currently offers a complete line of pedals that includes our BMX style Gates platform pedals and our sealed bearing Mesa, Mesa MP (nylon w/replaceable pins) and Mesa 61 pedals (alloy w/replaceable pins). We’re happy to announce that our line of pedals just got a little bigger. Today we’re announcing the introduction of our new Gates Slim pedals.
Another lovely item I’m checking out from Fyxation is their Pilot Saddle. My roadie has been getting the most long distance love lately, so I threw on my Felt and have been commuting, climbing, and racing on it for a little bit now.
I used to run Pursuit bars on my Lo-Pro and on my Felt Tk2 way back in the day, always loved them and had fun with them. Then I became a lo-rise riser and drop bar purist on all of my track bikes.
Win a complete bike, by riding your bike? Awesome!
Full details over at Fyxation
I can’t wait to see these all the new new from Fxyation in person a interbike this year.
Peep their 2012 catalog here and stop by booth #13145 if you are attending!
fyxation contest submission from Joseph Lobato on Vimeo.
Fyxation has a sponsored photo contest going on and Joe (CBNC) just hit them with them hammer. Solid work my dude! Staring my homeboy and fellow CBNC team memember Ryan!
About a month ago we announced that we were throwing a photo contest where the 2 winners would receive cash, gear and to become Sponsored Fyxation Photographers. Basically these two photographers will be involved in all of our product launches over the coming months and will receive everything we are launching including a few items that are a bit bigger than what you’ve seen from us so far.
There are so many great photographers out there and often times you only hear about the riders in the shots or a handful of photographers that are connected with the industry. We decided to let anybody submit samples of their work to become eligible to compete in our contest. From that work we selected 10 finalists and sent them each a collection of Fyxation gear so they could set up their own Fyxation photo shoot.
Well the finalists have finally submitted all their work and the results have far succeeded our expectations. We didn’t want to have any kind of impact on the type of shots the photographers submitted so we gave them complete creative freedom and let them do what they do best. Because of this there’s been a bit of controversy with some of the photos but the point wasn’t for us to tell these creative individuals what to do. We wanted to see what they were capable of and we couldn’t be more pleased.
We’ve posted their images on our Facebook page and we’ll be announcing the winners this Wednesday. Please head over to our page to show your support and vote on the ones you like the best. Likes, Shares and Comments won’t be the deciding factor on who wins but it may help us give certain photos a closer look.
Thanks again to all of the finalists and hopefully you’ve had as much fun as we’ve had throughout this process.