Fuji Brings Track and Mountain Bike Inspired Fixies

fuji bikes declaration urban mountain bike fixed gear singlespeed fixie

Fuji’s Urban PressCamp contingent had very few gears save for the touring bike shown at the bottom of this post.

The Declaration is a mountain bike inspired urban fixie. It has mountain bike geometry, a taller head tube and flat bar. Like most fixed gear bikes, it’s sold with removeable front and rear brakes. Rack and fender mounts on the rear give it some commuting capability, and it comes in black or metallic lime green with color matched bar and seat rails.

More pics and more bikes after the break…

fuji bikes declaration urban mountain bike fixed gear singlespeed fixie

A bit of detail hides inside the brake bridge on the rear. MSRP is $599. Here are the glamour shots, note that the black bike gets white saddle, bar and stem:

fuji bikes feather track inspired fixed gear city road bike

The Feather comes from their Classic Track Bike, which was made for the velodrome and a pure racing fixed gear. It’s designed to be a bit more practical and add some style. It has a flip flop hub, brakes and comes in four colors that get color matched grips, saddle, etc. MSRP is $649. Frame is Elios 2 butted Chromoly with 1″ triple butted Chromoly fork and alloy quill stem. Stock colors:

The bottom right is Sparkling Gray, not just another black one. Click any of them to enlarge.

fuji bikes feather track inspired fixed gear city road bike

The chromed brake line retainers and matching handlebar grips add a bit of polish, and they make it easy to keep your bike looking super clean if you decide to remove the brakes (no welded on guides cluttering things up).

fuji classic track racing road bike

The Classic Track Bike ($549), above, and the touring bike ($1,049 w/ Shimano Tiagra/Deore), below.

fuji bikes touring bicycle

…and the glamour shot because my photo’s pretty bad:

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