hipsters on fixie trend continuing

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Re: hipsters on fixie trend continuing

Postby elStado » Tue Oct 19, 2010 10:30 pm

Chops wrote:
elStado wrote:http://hipsterhitler.com/2010/09/on-the-battlefield/


Bah. And I thought I was going to be so clever!


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Re: hipsters on fixie trend continuing

Postby Chops » Tue Oct 19, 2010 10:46 pm

elStado wrote:
Chops wrote:
elStado wrote:http://hipsterhitler.com/2010/09/on-the-battlefield/


Bah. And I thought I was going to be so clever!


http://hipsterhitler.com/2010/09/loss/


And that's what I was going to post...
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Re: hipsters on fixie trend continuing

Postby ft_critical » Wed Oct 20, 2010 10:37 am

Stovepipe wrote:#1. the 40something yr old who walks into a bike shop and drops 10 grand on the latest carbon roadie, fancy helmet, hi-tec bike computer, cycling protein bar s***, flamboyantly coloured skin tight lycra pro team kit, "aero" sunnies, and silly gloves, then shaves his legs so he can be super aerodynamic like the pros while he rides said products down beach rd every sunday.


Hey that is me. I haven't made it all the way down Beach Road yet, just from Brighton to Cafe Racer dans Mapei Team kit. 8)

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Re: hipsters on fixie trend continuing

Postby drubie » Wed Oct 20, 2010 2:12 pm

If I got my wife to sew up a bunch of the Pengy! top tube covers, how many people would buy 'em you reckon?

I will have to build up a single speed and decorated it with said item. Should be available from Etsy very soon!
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Postby munga » Wed Oct 20, 2010 2:25 pm

i'll buy one for jacksparrow. epic.
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Re: hipsters on fixie trend continuing

Postby drubie » Wed Oct 20, 2010 2:46 pm

munga wrote:i'll buy one for jacksparrow. epic.


gonna have to give me a week or so. I bought a single speed kit from the tip yesterday (consisting of a dreadful Repco frame with stamped ends, 3 27" wheels, two tyres, a spare crank and a BMX cog) for the grand total of $20 that included a broken Apollo frame for some other bits. I will build the Pengy Homage when my BBB "fake track nuts" skewers show up.

Then, I will rake in the millions with those top tube covers. epic doesn't cover it!
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Re: hipsters on fixie trend continuing

Postby tallywhacker » Wed Oct 20, 2010 3:29 pm

I was wondering what the collective noun for hipsters be. Some I came across are

a fixie of hipsters
a pose of hipsters
a douche of hipsters
an annoyance of hipsters
an irony of hipsters
a meh of hipsters
an infestation of hipsters
a mustache of hipsters
a douchery of hipsters
a pretension of hipsters
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Postby brauluver » Wed Oct 20, 2010 3:53 pm

tallywhacker wrote:I was wondering what the collective noun for hipsters be. Some I came across are

a fixie of hipsters
a pose of hipsters
a douche of hipsters
an annoyance of hipsters
an irony of hipsters
a meh of hipsters
an infestation of hipsters
a mustache of hipsters
a douchery of hipsters
a pretension of hipsters


A Crumpler of hipsters.

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Re: hipsters on fixie trend continuing

Postby celeste boy » Wed Oct 20, 2010 8:17 pm

I have noticed a fashion of black thick-rimmed glasses (some ex 3D) being worn by pre-teenage students at my school (NSW). Is this hipster craze catching on North of the border.

PS They have no association with fixies.

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Re: hipsters on fixie trend continuing

Postby nathann » Wed Oct 20, 2010 10:31 pm

celeste boy wrote:I have noticed a fashion of black thick-rimmed glasses (some ex 3D) being worn by pre-teenage students at my school (NSW).


PRE-teenage?! It's becoming an epidemic.

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Re: hipsters on fixie trend continuing

Postby MichaelB » Thu Oct 21, 2010 10:02 am

tallywhacker wrote:I was wondering what the collective noun for hipsters be. Some I came across are

a fixie of hipsters
a pose of hipsters
a douche of hipsters
an annoyance of hipsters
an irony of hipsters
a meh of hipsters
an infestation of hipsters
a mustache of hipsters
a douchery of hipsters
a pretension of hipsters


I like that one 8)

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Re: hipsters on fixie trend continuing

Postby celeste boy » Thu Oct 21, 2010 4:17 pm

You have to admit than even if they annoy the crap out of you, the hitlerhipster site is the funniest thing for a while.

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Postby jacksparrow » Thu Oct 21, 2010 8:58 pm

apparently, you get free cut off jeans and a cardigan with every one of these haircuts...

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Postby munga » Thu Oct 21, 2010 9:45 pm

i knew i was getting old when i started wanting to slap teenage boys because of their hairstyles.
what's next i wonder.
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Postby ft_critical » Thu Oct 21, 2010 9:57 pm

munga wrote:what's next i wonder.


Movember! 8)

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Re: hipsters on fixie trend continuing

Postby aaron » Fri Oct 22, 2010 10:12 am

Why so much piss take about hipsters?
I ride fixed but I'm 40 and barely have hair...I do sport a beard though. ;)


Same p*ss take can be taken at the lycra, carbon fibre crowd just as easily couldn't it?

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Re: hipsters on fixie trend continuing

Postby jimsheedy » Fri Oct 22, 2010 10:29 am

aaron wrote:

Same p*ss take can be taken at the lycra, carbon fibre crowd just as easily couldn't it?


What are saying? Of course not. Nothing to laugh at here. move along.


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Re: hipsters on fixie trend continuing

Postby brauluver » Fri Oct 22, 2010 1:59 pm

aaron wrote:I do sport a beard though. ;)


?


Is it an ironic beard? :lol:

So..ahhhhh..when ya getting a bent?

I've hair on me 41 yr old chinny chin chin too(with a little grey). :wink:

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Re: hipsters on fixie trend continuing

Postby CraigL35 » Fri Oct 22, 2010 2:17 pm

Scenesters are far worse than hipsters, that little thing called the Tour down under brings them out of the closet. Well atleast while its on then they hop back in for the rest of the year.
Bet the bike shops/industry hate the hiptsers coz most are thrifty, unlike the thousands spent by the scenesters :wink:

I'm in my mid thirties and just bought a fixie, although it has flip flop hub and i'm likely to use it free wheeling most of the time. I'll still use it fixed every now and then.
I bought it for some fitness and i loved the look of it.
I'd be riding a BMX if my body would allow it, but after years of abuse my knee's arent what they used to be! :roll: And i need my body for work.
And a MTB or any bike that can be easily jumped would be tempting me to much :lol:

I think everyone should be glad that the fixie crew are out riding instead of out driving ricers and v8's :wink:

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Re: hipsters on fixie trend continuing

Postby m@ » Fri Oct 22, 2010 2:55 pm

brauluver wrote:A Crumpler of hipsters.

I have a fixie/ss and a Crumpler... turns out I'm a hipster and I didn't even know it! :o :wink:

But shouldn't it be
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Re: hipsters on fixie trend continuing

Postby elStado » Fri Oct 22, 2010 3:10 pm

CraigL35 wrote:I think everyone should be glad that the fixie crew are out riding instead of out driving ricers and v8's :wink:


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Re: hipsters on fixie trend continuing

Postby brauluver » Fri Oct 22, 2010 7:10 pm

CraigL35 wrote:Scenesters are likely to use it free wheeling
love the look of it.
:wink:

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Re: hipsters on fixie trend continuing

Postby sturmey archer » Fri Oct 22, 2010 8:06 pm

drubie wrote:
munga wrote:i'll buy one for jacksparrow. epic.


gonna have to give me a week or so. I bought a single speed kit from the tip yesterday (consisting of a dreadful Repco frame with stamped ends, 3 27" wheels


A ss trike? Nice!
1.370" x 24 tpi - what sort of stupid standard is that?

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Re: hipsters on fixie trend continuing

Postby drubie » Fri Oct 22, 2010 11:06 pm

sturmey archer wrote:
drubie wrote:
munga wrote:i'll buy one for jacksparrow. epic.


gonna have to give me a week or so. I bought a single speed kit from the tip yesterday (consisting of a dreadful Repco frame with stamped ends, 3 27" wheels


A ss trike? Nice!


Heh. Two straight front wheels and a boogered back one. Did the Jobst Brandt swap last night, so now I have a wheelset!
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Postby drubie » Sun Oct 31, 2010 10:10 am

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NOW IT IS FINISHED SO SWEET DUDE
So we get the leaders we deserve and we elect, we get the companies and the products that we ask for, right? And we have to ask for different things. – Paul Gilding
but really, that's rubbish. We get none of it because the choices are illusory.

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