Introducing our new cap
What turns our wheels?
Firstly, we would like to begin by acknowledging that we are fortunate to work on the unceded territory of the Coast Salish People.
Fix That Bike is here to have fun, collaborate and make inclusive cycling gear in Canada.
Most recently we took the Cycling Industry Pledge. The Cycling Industry Pledge (CIP) holds companies accountable to advance diversity, equity, and inclusion in the cycling community and includes the WTF Guiding Principles for any individual to take.
The next step of our journey is to educate ourselves and help support companies that are making a difference in the cycling industry. The cycling world often feels like you need to fit a mold in order to "be" a cyclist. We believe the opposite and want to include all BIPOC community members. That is why we supported the 2020 SJ Brooks Scholarship and the Vancouver Vanbiennale event.
Join us in our journey.
Black Lives Matter
We are in the business of making people smile with our caps. We rarely take ourselves very seriously. However, we are taking our role in advocating for black lives very seriously. We have been hitting major milestones in making our company more inclusive to the entire BIPOC community.
ALL proceeds from sales of this cap go directly to BLM Vancouver.
Strange Fellows Brewing created a custom cycling cap to sell in their brewery. From brainstorming ideas to production, FTB helped them along the way.
Create your own... the possibilities are endless
Custom Cycling Kits
What we lack is not creativity. Stuck on what you want for your teams cycling kit design or want to stick out from the crowd? We offer design services for custom kits.