Where to buy a fixie ?

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Le Velo
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Where to buy a fixie ?

Postby Le Velo » Fri Nov 18, 2011 2:34 pm

One of the many similar questions but looking at getting a fixe to cruise around with the family on a sunday rather than take the racer with cleats, etc....
Any suggestion on where to look for a fixie in the Brisbane area?
What to look for also in terms of manufacturers and who to avoid
Do the crank are standard on a fixie and if so what is the size?
Thanks for your assistance and advise
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Re: Where to buy a fixie ?

Postby munga » Fri Nov 18, 2011 3:12 pm

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Re: Where to buy a fixie ?

Postby kreyziest » Tue Nov 22, 2011 3:41 pm

Le Velo wrote:One of the many similar questions but looking at getting a fixe to cruise around with the family on a sunday rather than take the racer with cleats, etc....
Any suggestion on where to look for a fixie in the Brisbane area?
What to look for also in terms of manufacturers and who to avoid
Do the crank are standard on a fixie and if so what is the size?
Thanks for your assistance and advise


gearbrisbane would be your best option.

Have a look in your local bike shop as well, they normally have stock bikes like fuji-se-bianchi etc. ready to go with flip-flop hubs

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Re: Where to buy a fixie ?

Postby vaeske » Thu Nov 24, 2011 10:23 pm

yeah gear bris does have good fixies, with pure track frames,

bicycle revolution mostly have roadies rebuilt and maybe a few track frames. check 'em both out. they are not that far away.

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