These 14R track dropouts have progressed nicely. The most recent versions have a serial number on the underside of the left drop. Not the first place a thief would look if your bike got swooped for sure. Classy stuff as always from 14.
I just popped over to FGL for the first time in a while and it looks like the dudes are in the middle of a little update. Spotted these 14r build in process photos paired up with a little note that the site, team and crew have some things in store this year. Stay on them because these dudes have been in the game for years and it looks like they have a bunch of stuff in store for us.
Im sure this will be up on 14 Bike Co. eventually with a bit more info but regardless im liking this video. Proof that you can edit a piece real nice and not necessarily need music. Well done by Blunt Films.
Caught this on 14 Bike Co. this morning…the 2011 FGL catalog is now live with a bunch of new and old goods. I love legit lookbooks and catalogs…i feel like they do a ton for a brand. For a dedicated group of friends the Fixed Gear London dudes are doing it right!
I saw this earlier today and wanted to start drooling. If your not into compression plugs and are having issued with starnuts…these bad bits are going to be featured on 14 Bike Co.’s ESB frames. I looks like it might be just as simple as a threaded steerer on the fork but there arent too many deets on the 14 Bike Co. bloggy…just yet.
These things are looking proper! Ted taking his logo and sticking it on the front end of all the bikes he personally builds. Id love to see some quality head badges make a solid comeback in the near future…a few people are already getting to it. In the same post these shots are form on 14 Bike Co., there is nice little update about the ESBs. Quite a few people have been wondering where and how to snag these and its about to get easier and cheaper with streamlined production process and a few tweaks. Keep and eye out!