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I just picked up a used single speed. I'd like to use this bike primarily as a commuter bike but I would like to have the versatility to tackle longer rides on the weekends. Are there any good hybrid road pedals out there? Preferably not SPD, more of a Look style? Am I hoping for too much?Read More »
Is it possible? I have a Alex set of clincher that I'd like to turn them into single speed for a commuter fixie. I know spacers would do but is it better to change the hub? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Hey guys i was just wondering what do you guys think is the best single speed/fixie bike i can get under $350. I am looking for something thats not as heavy as lets say a critical cycle bike.Read More »
I broke my rear derailleur cable earlier this week and had to ride home using just one cog on the rear cogset. BTW, don't let your cables break on the 10 speed Shimano shifters, the pieces are a bear to get out!
So, to ride home, I adjusted the limit screw to the 16t cog in the rear and had thre ... Read More »
Hey everyone, I'm pretty new to the forum, so forgive me if this is in the wrong place, or if this has been previously discussed. I've just been doing a lot of research online but I can't seem to find any adequate answers, so I figured I'd post my questions here.
I recently got a 2013 Specialized ... Read More »