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Limited run of Military Blue Taj Bikes July 23, 2014

Fairdale_Full_Bike_Taj_MilitaryBlue_smA surprise summer shipment of a small number of Taj bikes in the coveted Military Blue colorway arrive next week. Hit up our in-house distributor Full Factory to order one (or tell your favorite bike shop to)!


Our new bikes are in and on November 1, 2013

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Road.CC put up a quick little preview of our new bikes which are also shipping to bike shops! Bike shops please hit up Full Factory and get yours today!

Real Ride 2012 May 22, 2012

This is by far the largest collection of Fairdale kits every assembled and I’m not even in the picture! Texas summer bike rides requires a thorough group sunscreen coverage session. Here the Full Factory/ OTX office and Sandy Carson prepare for the 85 miler.


New Fairdales now available for Pre-book May 7, 2012

Hey bike shops,

Fairdale’s new line is available for pre-booking in the USA NOW through Full Factory Distribution.

Please hit up Full Factory for information on 5 sweet new models we have coming very soon!

Full Factory Distribution  512-382-9973

Camping on the Weekender January 11, 2012

In an effort to test our new Weekender model as much as possible before full production I lent my personal steed out for the weekend. This gave the Weekender a chance to live up to its name and prove its stuff. Full Factory’s Logan and his pup Hershal took the bike and my Bob trailer for a 100+ mile ride to a camp ground up north of Austin (Upper Colorado Bend State Park). They traveled with everything they needed for a camping weekend. Logan said the ride was good except that the loaded trailer with dog on board made standing hill climbs difficult. Since his route went through the thick of Texas hill country he spent a lot of time grinding away in the small gears. The ride proved to be quite an adventure and he managed to spend a relaxing weekend with his dog camping and then head back to Austin. Not bad!

Sounds like a lot of fun… I think I might be doing something very similar very soon.

Thanks to Andrew Brady for the pic!