aaron wrote:mikesbytes wrote:What cracks me up is the hipsters who are riding single speed, what a joke
Are you serious? SS are cool.
SS can be fixed
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teds01 wrote:The positive of riding a fixie for me as a bike messenger was ultra low maintenance and the security that if any crack head tried to steal my bike I'd probably find them around the corner face planted into the gutter, this was years ago. Now, it's mildly embarrassing to be seen on a fixie because of all the negativity towards 'hipsters', I've happily changed professions now. All for the better, but the fixie is now gathering dust... but still a great low maintenance city commuter.
hartleymartin wrote:I'm thinking of building a fixie roadster. That way any thief would have to be at leasy 6 foot tall and be able to ride fixed to nick my bike.
HappyHumber wrote:mikesbytes wrote:What cracks me up is the hipsters who are riding single speed, what a joke
It's like quadbikes are for bogans that can't balance on two wheeled m'bikes.
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