Super heavily rains all day long can’t even stop us and today turned out to be the biggest gathering ever since the scene was started. Awesome! Thank you everyone who participated today’s biggest ride out. Enough word, let’s the pictures speak of itself.
BKKfixed present BKK Draft
Bangkok Draft is Thailand’s first ever alleycat race. Alleycat races were originally planned by bicycle messengers to find out who was the fastest in the city. The races are open to all riders on all types of bikes. We race on open streets with all the other traffic in the city. Bangkok is known around the world as a crazy place to drive. Come test yourself by riding in some of the toughest traffic in the world. We hope that riders will come from many different countries to race with us. For the riders who have not been to Bangkok before, we have created a map with the checkpoints labled on it so you will have a good idea of how to get around the city before the race starts.
For the winners, we have gathered prizes from all over the world. We have sponsors from Tokyo, Hong Kong, Korea, Thailand and U.S., just to name a few. There will be prizes for the overall winners, the sprint winner and for skids, trackstands, and tricks.
Everyone is invited to Bangkok on 17 May to help BKK Fixed celebrate the growing bike scene in Thailand. If you can ride Bangkok, you can ride anywhere (except maybe Vietnam. Traffic is really crazy over there).
For more information please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org , or call +66-81-5655565
Check out the map and check points here.
Fixed Gear London
Fixed Gear London has update their website with rider profile. check it out
Same old route…
China Town – Grand Palace (Photo Session) – Khao San Road
Brooklyn Machine for Mr. West
Probably now, he is bored of his vigorelli. So here is a new one to replace it.
Done by Brooklyn Machine, featuring Glow in the Dark paint job.
Where is the double strap?
BKKFIXED crew has been super busy in the past few weeks.
We will try our best to update this blog more often, please stay tunes.
Be well and ride safe.