Fixed-gear freestylers' demands are very specific, and Specialized's P.Fixed was put together by some of the best riders in the game. It rocks a cromo frame and fork, 26-inch wheels with fat, multi-surface tires and of course, a fixed drivetrain. Don't worry, if you want to free wheel, your rear hub is a flip-flop, so you can swap it to your liking. The P.Fix borrows a good bit of style from BMX with plastic pedals, flanged grips, 3-piece cromo cranks and a 1-piece saddle/post combo. It comes with a single U-brake and the brake bosses are removable for a clean look.
|Frame||Reynolds double-butted 520 chromoly|
|Fork||Tapered/butted chromoly blades|
|Tires||Specialized Compound Control, 26 x 2.2|
|Crankset||3-piece tubular chromoly|
|Tape/Grips||Specialized P. Grip|
|Stem||Specialized P. Series|
|Pedals||Specialized P. Series nylon platform|
|Saddle||Specialized P. Series|
* Subject to change without notice.
|Option||Barcode||Manufacturer's Part Number|
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Playing hardcourt bike polo on this. Handling is excellent, takes a beating like a champ. Photos don't show it, but the bike has V-brake posts on the inside of the front fork and a U-brake mount on the bottom of the seat stays. Both removable. All around good design and quality. Geared MUCH too high for polo as stock, but it's geared right for most other types of riding otherwise.
P fix- built like a tank but without the weight. Solid sure. No frills easy to maintain. Great for someone who's too old for a BMX, but still wants that type of feel. In my mind I'm 23..... Stay young! PFIX fits the bill