Found out about this show yesterday while picking up my wheels from Kalavinka. Was told about it by a Japanese guy who has been in LA for the past 5 years; said he's starting up a skate/fixie shop out there and is buying parts from here.
I couldn't find any info on the web about it, but I met up this morning with deathhare anyway. We were a bit concerned that it wasn't happening, since the info I was given was the name of a museum and we feared that someone got confused about it's permanent 'history of bikes' display.
Turns out our LA friend was on the money, though. The show was free and in the front part of the museum. All (OK, most) of the big name Japanese builders had their art there, and even a few of the builders themselves (such as Nagasawa-san and Watanabe-san) were hangin' out.
The show wasn't fixed specific, but the following are mostly pictures of the fixed/ss bikes on display, with a few 'interesting' ones thrown in.
Deathhare and I had never seen a chain with a bolt/nut attachment before a few days ago. Any real reason other than quick changing?