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Oops, new project...
#21
Nice one Mikey, the simplicity and lightness of of a fixie makes it so responsive. I want one.
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#22
Looks Super.
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#23
Hmm nice  8) I must have a go on one, how the bloody cycle couriers hammer through London with no brakes I will never know  :o
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#24
"Abzz" Wrote:Hmm nice  8) I must have a go on one, how the bloody cycle couriers hammer through London with no brakes I will never know  :o

Mike will find out for you soon, I predict carnage Big Grin

Looking at it again, it dose look fking nice, well done Mike.
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#25
"alkali" Wrote:From this.

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To this.

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All my own work. And I hate roadbikes. I just got carried away with a project.

OMG!!  How the hell did you get rid of the washing machine!!  Big Grin

Good work man, and you know you love road bikes really!  Big Grin
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#26
cheers guys, brake going on this eve, picked it up from a dude on a forum on here, went riding today with forum guys too, has to ride my shite commuter with mudguards and rack, hungover and was late to meet them too. Nothing changes.
Keep it foolish...
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#27
fixie forum guys freaked out when I said I had 745mm wide bars, they thought the dude with a 550mm riser bars was weird.
Keep it foolish...
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#28
If Id've cleaned it this would look better, but a new camera and an anglepoise lamp did this...

resim

resim
Keep it foolish...
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#29
Sweet... love that first shot....
Mei securis turpe meus vox<br />            
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#30
I were right about that saddle though... (man I'm old!)

Looks amazing Mike, nice work!!
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