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Mini Fixies

October 11th, 2009 [print] Go to comments

I just stumbled upon these interesting mini fixed gear (or singlespeed) bikes on the internets.  One is by a company called Airwalk Fixed Gear, and it’s called, rightly enough, the Mini Fixie.

The other one is the Sillgey Piccolo, which basically appears to be very similar, if not the same thing (I don’t know enough about either company to know if it’s actually the same bike).  Either way, it’s a pretty cool little bike, and would probably work great if you lived a few flights up and had to carry your bike with you.

Update:  I also found another one by Livery Design Gruppe (see below).

Airwalk Fixed Gear Mini Fixie
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Sillgey Piccolo
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Livery Design Gruppe
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Links:

http://airwalkfixed.blogspot.com/
http://www.sillgey.com/
http://liverydesigngruppe.com/

If you know of any others, please share in the comments section!

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  1. Haymon Ried
    April 4th, 2011 at 12:28 | #1

    I know http://www.rude-bikes.de – but don’t know how much or if you can buy them. And the cannondale hooligan probably?

  2. joel
    June 27th, 2013 at 00:57 | #2

    I have one i bought when living in Australia from Mojo Bikes, but they’ve discontinued. They’re really good, but you have to adapt the gearing to one pf those they use for land speed records otherwise you’re spinning pedals like ET. if you could put brompton bike gearing on it, you’d have a product. deffo an east london bike.

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