Found: Cool Homemade Fixed Gear/Track Frame


We found this cool homemade frame while browsing over at the Fixed Gear Gallery. According to the owner…

“The main triangle is 7005 square aluminum 1-1/2″ tubing and cut out by a CNC router. The rest of the frame is also aluminum. The entire frame cost me approximately $80 to fabricate.”

Sure, it’s kind of rough, but still pretty cool for being made from scratch. The frame reminds us of Delta 7 bikes, which use the same truss concept for the main triangle tubing.

Check out more pictures after the break….




Bysickler - 06/10/10 - 10:17pm

IS AWESOME! I’ll give you $200 for one!

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Frankie - 02/23/12 - 2:39pm

Tell me how much for one of those shipped to Puerto Rico!! Money in hand!!

Frankie - 02/23/12 - 2:57pm

my email is

Ben - 09/23/14 - 7:35am

I was wondering if anyone knew where I could source all the parts for this awsome truss frame so I can make my own. Please respond to ben.e.camp34 (at) if you have any info.

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