Identiti Fixed Gear Team rider Chris Delia was out on a photoshoot recently in London when he was accosted by two campaigners from Zoo magazine.
They weren’t admiring the Identiti Persona fixie he was riding, however – although in the picture below one appears to be checking out his cockpit.
Instead they were out collecting money – £1 a kiss – to give to the British government to help reduce the £150 billion national debt.
According to Ison Distribution’s Matt Andrews, “Chris was more than happy to donate!”
The £249.99 Persona frame features a Taper Lock dropout system – as you tighten the rear axle nuts the wheel is pulled backwards (and cannot come loose), negating the need for chain tensioners. For more information head to the Ison Distribution website.
According to ison distribution’s matt andrews, “chris was more than happy to donate!”: according to ison distribution’s matt andrews, “chris was more than happy to donate!” Dave Franciosy