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Trackfighter: New Fixed Tricks-Oriented Fixed-Gear Frame From Nemesis Project

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All photos credit: Derek Dazzle
All photos credit: Derek Dazzle

Pics just come in to BikeRumor Towers of a new fixed-gear frame aimed for the fixed-gear freestyle crowd from Nemesis Project.

Shown here in shiny black with a stainless steel seatpost binder, the 4130 chromoly frame (hand-made in California) features large clearances for fat tires, and neat 3/16″ rear dropouts designed for use with pegs. It also has internally reinforced chainstays for grinding on, so seems to tick all the boxes for those to like to ride their bikes hard.

Also available in white, translucent red, translucent black and raw, the suggested retail price is $600-650 and production models will be at dealers Cultur, Tokyo Fixed Gear and iMiNUSD around the middle of July.

For more info best check the Nemesis Project blog, or click ‘more’ for some detail pics including those nice track ends.

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Hinkie
Hinkie
12 years ago

Do a search for “Nemesis Project,” the guy has a terrible rep online for taking peoples’ money. Buyer beware…

Khan
Khan
12 years ago

Did you have a bad experience?

Spoker
Spoker
12 years ago

Nemesis Projects customer service, manufacture, and public relations are all done by a single man, lacks professional business ethics. Products are decent, but not worth the complication. Many other local fabricators to select from.

Spoker
Spoker
12 years ago

Eager to take payment, slow on providing any type of support. My friend order some bars off this guy there named Brad. Item took over 1 month to arrive, and it was the wrong item. Not recommended, support a company that believes in the consumer as much as their products.

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