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Milwaukee Bruiser

milwaukee bicycle company bruiser

Introducing the Milwaukee Bicycle Company “Bruiser” frameset, one of the first generation of fixed gear bikes designed for trick riding and other urban abuse. You can read the impressions of people who test rode the prototypes here. Specs include:

• 68mm English BB
• 1-1/8″ Head Tube (Standard Headset)
• 400mm Axle to Race Fork (100mm Spacing)
• 120mm Rear Spacing
• 27.2mm Seatpost
• Removable 990 brake posts under seat-stays
• Bruiser DECALS will be supplied but NOT APPLIED

The frame and fork retail for $490. Pre-orders are being taken right now. Visit Ben’s Cycle for more info.

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3 Comments

  1. jimmyApril 19, 2009 at 8:43 pm

    wowsers!

  2. Renaissance Bicycles » Blog Archive » Steel is Real(ly Making a Comeback?)April 22, 2009 at 7:21 am

    [...] is the fixie factor.  Prior to the development of the specialty niche fixies, like Milwaukee Bike’s Bruiser, the common fixie was a used lugged steel bike with horizontal dropouts.  In other words, the [...]

  3. Steel Is Real | The CyclistApril 22, 2009 at 9:14 am

    [...] is the fixie (fixed gear) factor.  Prior to the development of the specialty niche fixies, like Milwaukee Bike’s Bruiser, the common fixie was a used lugged steel bike with horizontal dropouts.  In other words, the [...]

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