Tokyo Fixed, a bike shop based in London but incepted in Japan (hence the name), has become well-known as a craft builder of masterful custom fixed-gear bicycles. Following up on their expertise, the company has recently revealed two new models of bikes under their own brand name. The first of the two is dubbed the S1 and was not only inspired by Japanese Keirin frames, but also named after one of the top racing classes on the Keirin circuit. High-performance and technologically advanced, the S1 is built from ultra-light tubing coupled with Kaisei aero-style bladed forks for the ultimate in super speedy riding. Tokyo Fixed Bikes’ second frame is (expectedly enough) called the S2 and designed for more casual riders, built with an emphasis on comfort and long-term durability. Those interested in either of these beautiful, custom-inspired fixies can get them now through Tokyo Fixed Bikes.