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    Fixed wheelset

    Steve at SRLPE built this wheelset for my On One Pompetamine. I really like these wheels. Super true and strong. This is the third wheelset Steve has built for me. He does fantastic work.

    @ Paul 135mm fixed rear hub
    @ DT 350 front hub
    @ Velocity A23 rims and 25mm Gatorskins tires
    @ Wheelsmith DB 14 spokes and brass nipples
    @ BB7 road brakes
    @ Paul MTB crank
    @ SKS Longboard fenders

    More photos and details in my post on this bike in the On One forum.

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    Nice spec all around.
    Interesting workaround for your fender mount.
    I can't ride fixed with a rear brake... jacks me all up!
    Quote Originally Posted by pvd
    Time to stop believing the hype and start doing some science.
    29er Tire Weight Database

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    One thing I have noticed after getting some miles in is the great "springy" feel of this frame/fork/wheel combo. Feels so good going over bumps, railroad tracks, etc. A little bit of shock absorption and a cool, positive feedback. Not sure if it's the wheels, frame, fork or all three put together.

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