The guys from Pure Fix didn’t yet have enough of bicycles that excel when riding in the city, so they thought they should add a couple of models and a completely new line-up of this species of two-wheeled machineries. For die-hard fans of inner city speeding, the company has prepared the Keirin track frameset, for more conservative folks Coolidge might do the trick, while the Pure City commuting bicycle line relies entirely on simple, yet well-prepared models for getting around.
As the name points out, Keirin (photo above) is a frame with an aggressive geometry, that, according to the manufacturer, can compete with any other serious velodrome professional bike, in case you like riding on the limit. Fabricated using 6061 alloy, Pure Fix managed to keep its price down, so you can purchase the basic Keirin for a mere 199$ (double butted tubing, fork, integrated headset and 31.8mm seat post clamp included), or the Keirin Pro, which for an extra 126$ features triple butted tubing, and a stylish hand polish.
Coolidge, on the other hand, doesn’t feed your urge for speed, at least not at first glance, and features 25mm-wide tires, a front brake, and the ever-versatile flip-flop system on the rear wheel so you can choose either the fix gear mode, or the singlespeed one. This CrMo-frame warrior also counts on strength in regard of its wheels, that include a pair of 30mm-profiled rims, the entire bike setting you back 450$.
Last, but not least, Pure Fix launched the Pure City line, or better said Pure City sister-brand, that features 6 bicycles, 100% dedicated to peaceful every-day commuting. So, if your into classical bicycles, equipped with fenders, racks, chainguards, and christened with fancy names like Bourbon, or the Abbey, Pure City might have just the thing for you.