While digging through some files we stumbled across a screenshot from the original EighthInch.com website. This one goes back to a time before we were even a brand. At that point we were just an online shopping site for “everything fixed gear”. You can tell we were at the top of our game as far as web design goes. We took a lot of inspiration from those amazing Geocities sites of the 90′s.
Each Wednesday look for a contest on our facebook page. A simple riddle, puzzle, or some other meaningless task could win you some free EighthInch schwag! This week guess how many lockrings are in the box and win an EighthInch tool, Koozy, T-Shirt, and stickers! Click the banner below to go give it your best guess:
We just updated our Dealer Page with a lot of new shops and distributors worldwide. New shops in Australia, Ireland, the UK, the Phillipines, and a few in the USA.
If your local shop doesn’t carry EighthInch products (no matter where you are in the world) – have them contact us. Click the picture below to find a dealer near you!
A nice big shipping container was at our doorstep when we came in this morning. Not only did it have our Butcher frames, but there was a good amount of small parts we were waiting to get in too. Track cranks, track bars, Tessa wheelsets, splined cranks, and stems are all back in stock. Check them out here!
Will doesn’t seem too phased by the endless snow and freezing temperatures Michigan has thrown at him. He has put out six quick clips in the past week and it sounds like we can expect weekly clips soon. Take a look at the edits below and be sure to keep on eye on Will’s Tumblr for more updates. Keep it up Will!
The results are in for our first International Likeathon. It was a close race but in the end Indonesia came out on top with the UK getting second and the Philippines third.
2. United Kingdom
If your country is a winning country, any order you place from now through the end of February will include a free gift as shown below. Place your order at CyclingCloseouts.com
Got a great picture of a relaxing day at TR Bikes in Singapore. Looks like it took a few cans of Tiger beer to fill up the pint glasses!