Fixie/Single Speed.The bike is a circa 1972 Golden Sports Zebrakenko Fixie convertion.57cm.with a 32 inch stand over,good for a person in the 5'9 to 6' plus feet.The frame is great shape,no rust and nice lug work. Steel frame and fork.
48/16 gear ratio.
Mavic rims with formula sealed hubs black on black.Fixed cog and freewheel come on the bike.
Mks track pedals with soma double straps.
Izumi eco gold chain.
New seat black
" Zebrakenko was a Japanese brand that goes back to the turn of the century (20th) but only started US distribution in the mid 1970s. They offered a wide range of models, from entry level to high end. There was even a nice Dura Ace 10 equipped track bicycle. The early models were typical Japanese bicycles: clean workmanship, very sturdy, capable components, but having a "dead" ride quality relative to the resiliency of most European bicycles. Depending on the year and/or model you could find them equipped with either Shimano or SunTour based groups. The head badge was quite nice, with an oval with a roaring lion's head in the centre, a crown over the lion's head and 'GOLDENSPORTS GS ZEBRAKENKO'. The brand seems to have disappeared in the mid-1980s, about the same time that the Zebra brand appeared. I have always wondered if they just shortened the name, but the distributors were different, so it may just be a co-incidence." from Vintage Bike Discussions