New Fixie Porteur Project Bike from Fast Boy Cycles

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From Ezra, founder and builder of Fast Boy Cycles:

Just writing you all a quick one to let you know about a few updates on the Fast Boy Cycles website.

FIRST! There’s finally a new project bike.
It’s a fixed gear porteur bike, complete with front platform rack and flashlight mount. The front end geometry is designed particularly to lessen the ill effects of having a bunch of weight over the front wheel. The back end is tight and quick with s-bend stays. It can fit tires up to 35mm. I’ve spent some time riding it over the summer, and it’s great! Best of all, it’s priced about $1250 under what I’d charge to build it for you, AND it’s ready to ship.

NEXT! The site has been restructured a little to make the ordering info easier to find, and there are some new bikes up in the gallery.

It was a good, busy summer. Being cancer-free and married is everything I’d hoped it would be!

As always, feel free to email any time with questions or orders. I am afraid that I am STILL not offering bars, fenders, or racks on their own. I am so much more interested in the WHOLE bike than I am in the individual details. As long as I’ve got enough work building whole bikes to keep me busy, that’s how I’ll be spending my time. Hope you understand!

Ride safe!
All the best,
Ezra

More pics and specs on the project bike after the break…

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  • 53cm center to center (but a high bb and relatively fat tires! so 31.5″ standover +/-)
  • columbus spirit for lugs tubes (with s bend stays)
  • custom stainless platform rack
  • flashlight mount
  • nitto 65 seat post
  • nitto pearl stem
  • sugino 75 cranks
  • formula k18 hydraulic disc brake
  • open pro rims laced to white industries hubs
  • phil BB
  • chris king headset
  • panaracer ribmo tires
  • nitto promenade bars
  • $3250 without saddle or pedals

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We didn’t steal all of Ezra’s thunder, there are a few more pics to drool over on his site, along with his explanation of the design. Check it out, and if you’re not sure what his Cancer comment was, listen to our podcast interview with Ezra for the scoop (Episode #2).

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