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FYXO Fauxnago V2.0

The Melburn Roobaix, now in its ninth year, is shaping up to be the biggest yet. The limited spaces have already sold out, so the 29th of June 2014 will see a maximum number of cyclists traversing the cobbled laneways… Read more »

2014 Australian Custom Bicycle Show

In December 2012, the inaugural Australian Custom Bicycle Show was held in Melbourne. Hosted by FYXO, the Show was a resounding success, bringing together the cream of Aussie frame builders and craftspeople. It will be a little over a year… Read more »

FYXO Fauxnago

As kids, we all encountered a Fauxnago or two in the neighbourhood, but this is the real deal. Sergio Fauxnago was employed at the Colnago factory during the late 70s, before he was frog-marched off the premises by Ernesto himself,… Read more »

Australian Custom Bicycle Show Pt. 1

The inaugural Australian Custom Bicycle Show was held last weekend in Melbourne, and those of us fortunate enough to make it along experienced something very exciting. It was the realization that appreciation for quality bikes is stronger than it has… Read more »

Interview: Andrew White

If you’ve any interest in track bikes, classic road bikes or velo photography, you’ve no doubt heard of fyxomatosis. It’s the journal-style website of Andrew White, one of Melbourne’s most passionate cyclists. He’s known for his immaculate restorations and builds… Read more »

Eddy Merckx Corsa Ragazza

There’s been a spike in the amount of Eddy Merckx related bikes and memorabilia on the web this week, and it’s not looking like letting up any time soon. It’s reassuring to know the legend of Merckx is, like the… Read more »

Fyxomatosis Colnago

There are those who object to the removal of gears a bicycle came with in order to create a single speed or a fixed gear, but there are also those who know how to do it right. Andy White is… Read more »