Amazing pictures over on the Tokyo Fixed Gear blog of their commission from Nike for a bike (frame built by Feather Cycles) celebrating the Tied Together charity project.

Tied Together saw teams of people in New York, London, Paris, Milan, Berlin and London take part in a continuous relay, each running, skating or cycling the city for an hour over a 24-hour period to raise awareness of the AIDS health crisis worldwide.

Nike also invited designers, artists and others to contribute artwork or, in this case a bike. Tokyo Fixed Gear participated in the wet and windy London event, alongside bespoke courier company Bycaboy and  industrial designers the Wilson Brothers (who also collaborated in 2007 with Nike to produce the AF1 bike).

More pics after the break, or also on Tokyo Fixed Gear’s site, where they have a webshop just opened full of clothing from the likes of Martin, Huf and Outlier, frames from the likes of Dodici, Cinelli and Brother Cycles, and much more.





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