When I first seen this video about 5 years ago, I knew right away that I would be riding Banos Trail at some point of my life, south of France is an incredible place. The slightest inspiration can take you halfway across the world!
Fit just updated their PCP Padded and Lo-Bolt pivotal seats with a little more padding for dat ass. To quote them, "We just gave 'em a little update and there's now a little more cushion for the pushin', if you know what we mean. Wink, wink." They are available in perforated or kevlar and you can get them from your favorite Fit dealer.
Fit is now offering custom frames and bars based off of their existing product line up. Like the TL350 but want want a mellower head tube angle and lower bottom bracket. Or perhaps you want a set of Skyscraper bars with six degrees of upsweep. Six degrees of upsweep sounds terrible to me, but they're your bars and you can do whatever you want! All you have to do is head to Fit's custom frame or custom bar pages and choose whatever specs tickle your fancy.
If you're looking to get your bars up even higher then Fit's new High-Top stem might be just what you're looking for. The 36mm rise is one of the highest on the market, and you can get it in 49mm, 52mm, and 55mm lengths. It's out now in matte black and bright silver.
Since Fit is hard at work filming for their next video they have decided to hook it up on two of their older classics. Now you can get Stay Fit or Fitlife for only $4.99 from their web store. They may be a few years old but both are still worth the watch, especially for the Foster and Aitken sections. Check out the trailers after the jump. (more...)
Holy fuck I didn’t expect this today! I drool over pictures of Jared’s trails on almost a daily basis. I’ve seen very little footage of them, and to have a whole edit of the man himself riding them is unbelievable. Fucking hell! -Via Fit
A lot of chrome goods have been rolling out lately. The latest product to get blinged out are the new Fit Dugan bars. They also come in red, matte black, and green, but what does that really matter when you can have them in chrome!