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    the gonterian
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    Fixed Gear Trail Riding :: It Works!

    <a href="https://deepseno.blogspot.com" title="gateway to the latest in single speed fixed gear distraction, attractions and ruminations...">Vulture Cycles # 10<br/><img src="https://homepage.mac.com/deepseno/Sites/Sites-Images/V-10.jpg"/>
    Fixed gear trail riding is not new. It is not a fad and will not go away. <br/>Check it out. It will work for you if you put the effort in.

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    FGTRNaFad...

    Quote Originally Posted by deepseno
    <a href="https://deepseno.blogspot.com" title="gateway to the latest in single speed fixed gear distraction, attractions and ruminations..."><img src="https://homepage.mac.com/deepseno/Sites/Sites-Images/V-10.jpg"/></a>
    Fixed gear trail riding is not new. It is not a fad and will not go away. Check it out. It will work for you if you put the effort in.

    gonterian
    Really?

    Checked out the film, loved the score. 1 gear, one mind, free the heel, free the mind, fixed gear, gold mined.

    Out.

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    Good job! Great site!

    I have been enjoying your site and enjoying riding fixed offroad. The best thing I've done on a bike. Working on the reverse as well! Keep up the great work.

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    Good job! Good blog!

    I've been enjoying my old steel Vulture (new to me) as a ninety sixer fixer....38/18.

    Best ride I've ever had.

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    the gonterian
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    Thanks for the great support.

    I like to post periodically to get a little traffic over my way. Thanks to all who came and will come in the future.

    Look for some framebuilder interviews and scorcher profiles in the next couple weeks.

    <a href="https://deepseno.blogspot.com" title="Fixed Impressions">CLICK HERE FOR FIXED IMPRESSIONS<br/><br/>--gonterian<br/><img src="https://homepage.mac.com/deepseno/Sites/Sites-Images/uniscorcherjuiced.jpg" title="Fixed Impressions Home"></a>
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