Been worth the wait

DIscuss anything relating to non-standard cycles and their equipment.
stevew
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Been worth the wait

Postby stevew » 1 Jul 2008, 9:28pm

Thanks guys.
Now we won't have to go off to other far flung forums to talk "dark"
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Postby glueman » 2 Jul 2008, 6:30am

Schism/party pooper alert. Surely fixies are very standard indeed?

I'll shut up now.

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Postby stevew » 2 Jul 2008, 8:30am

Yeah, I know but it's still nice to have a spot to chat, isn't it ?
Anyway, we won't tell if you don't !!
1999 ICE Classic NT
Fort s/s
Brompton
26" Thorn (converted to E-Bike)
The opposite of bravery is not cowardice, but conformity. Robert Anthony

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Postby Dean » 2 Jul 2008, 11:55am

glueman wrote:Schism/party pooper alert. Surely fixies are very standard indeed?

I'll shut up now.

Oi!!!

Used fixed sprockets can double quite nicely as ninja throwing stars, you know. Watch it.

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Postby essexman » 3 Jul 2008, 1:16pm

see now whats non-standard? see to me a fixie is a silly toy or a track biek and as such is non standard. My daily route the standard bike is a brommie or a dahon.

They really should name this thread ooooh i dont know "The flip side: folders, recumbents etc"
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