Tokyo Fixed x Death Spray Collaboration – Ono Fillet Brazed Track Bike
The name refers to a Japanese hatchet used for cutting through obstacles, the Ono’s low profile geometry should have you cutting through the wind. In style. The steel frame is Columbus Max / Zona tubing fillet brazed to a smooth finish, then covered with a subtle gradiant dot design. It has standard-for-track 120mm spacing and
sliding track dropouts. It comes with a paint-matched carbon fork (alloy steerer) and straight 1-1/8″ head tube.
For those lucky enough to get one, it’s completely streetable, even with a flip-flop hub thanks to a brake drilling in the fork crown. We say lucky because TF’s site’s already showing them as sold out in all sizes. So, enjoy the pics…