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Engine11 Vortex 2016 - Batmobile

Was introduced to fixie by my friends and decided to slowly build up a cool bike.

Engine11 Vortex with Custom Gold Stickers

Straight Enve 2.0 Fork, 43R / Engine11 Headset

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
Omnium crankarms, chainring bolt BLB / Omnium GXP BB

Shimano M530 cleats

Eai Superstar 16T / Engine11 Bullet 47T Chainring / HKK Vertex Blue

Enve white compact road bar 40mm / Enve white 90mm with Enve compression hub stem cap set

Fizik Arione CX / Enve white 27.2mm offset 25 with Engine11 seatclamp

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
HED3 Deep and HED quick release skewer on Continental GP4000 ll (Clincher)

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Notorious 90 laced to BLB King, DT bladed spokes and valve extender on Gatorskin (Clincher)

Inifini I-260W / Moon Comet Back light

More Info:
#fixandnips #cycleprojectstore

Bike History

Click a link below to see past stages of this bike.

  1. Stage 1
  2. Stage 2
  3. Stage 3 (A stage before the final build)

Current Stage Info:

Final Stage - Saving up for Enve Rear 8.9 clincer and lacing to Phil Wood with DT bladed spokes.

Added by allen_engine. Last updated about 8 years ago.



Vladski says:

Hey @allen_engine cool build. How did you change the colours of the logos to gold? Did you get some custom vinyls or paint?

Posted over 7 years ago


handlebarz says:

what size is this?

Posted almost 8 years ago


Javdragon says:

Awesome bike, Love the setup too.

Posted about 8 years ago


ZeroGraviity says:

Awesome bike. Love the setup.

Posted about 8 years ago


dosha says:

I ride time atac. They take some time to get used to, but when you feel the power it's amazing! Also I would recommend flipping your cleats, it's harder to unclip but you won't unclip accidentally. I started with them but I hear a lot of people trying SPD to get the feeling.


Posted about 8 years ago


dosha says:

Needs better pedals! They'll save our legs and give you more power on your stroke trust me!

Posted about 8 years ago


ghostridethewhip says:


Posted about 8 years ago


allen_engine says:

what do you recommend? I am thinking of trying out cleats

Posted about 8 years ago