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    Fixed my fixxie!

    I finally got my rigid fork on the fixxie. The bike it a total blast ride ride in the woods, slowly that is!


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    what's the point of the left side drive?

    couldn't you just put the wheel on the other way?

    its a nice looking ride, i am just curious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain_America1976
    what's the point of the left side drive?

    couldn't you just put the wheel on the other way?

    its a nice looking ride, i am just curious.
    It looks cool but I was thinking the same thing.
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    Does there need to be a point? because other then being different there is no point to it.

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    there doesn't need to be a point. thanks

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    Now he can ruin his left pant legs so they match!

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    Hot bike!

    What's the cog? What's the hub?

    Not brakes?

    -Rob.

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    pants who needs pants??

    Cog: left over from a sram esp 9.0 cassette I stripped down

    Hub: Junk. Specialized 10mm bolt on stuff that I came on my SX-Trail in 2006. Cog is bolted to my disc mount.


    I need to swap the wheels out their way to heavy.

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    brakeless, platforms, offroad?! insane.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmw
    brakeless, platforms, offroad?! insane.
    yeah, what kind of idiot runs platforms offroad anyway?
    : P

    fixies take more ...something than I have, and that's before I think about doing it offroad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmw
    brakeless, platforms, offroad?! insane.
    He did say SLOWLY. What is that, a 32x20?

    Offroad fixie? Not insane, unless you are talking about the smile you get
    Brakeless fixie? Seriously optimistic
    Platforms? Extremely optimistic
    This isn't a "you're doing it wrong" topic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PepperJester
    Does there need to be a point? because other then being different there is no point to it.
    Cool. Love the platforms too!
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    Quote Originally Posted by wadester
    He did say SLOWLY. What is that, a 32x20?

    Offroad fixie? Not insane, unless you are talking about the smile you get
    Brakeless fixie? Seriously optimistic
    Platforms? Extremely optimistic

    38X22ish? I don't recall the exact cog size out back. And so far as of yet my shins are fine. I might wuss out and put a front disc on it but only if I truly need to. Most of the riding I'll be doing on this will be cruzing around town, woods roads but it will hit some single track from time to time, but nothing to steep.

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    Post?

    What type of seatpost is it that you've got on there?

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    vintage Axiom post circa umm 1996ish?

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