Thursday, December 17, 2009


My girlfriend called me and told me that I should hurry up and get a picture of this bike because it was amazing. She was right, the color combination is unique and stunning. I even like the old style seat.
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This is version 1.2 of this bike. With a new fixed gear velocity wheelset this thing will be awesome.
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This debranded road conversion single speed made me look when I saw the shiny bars and the beautiful turquoise frame. I can't imagine how good it would look with no brakes and a slim seat.
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Tuesday, December 15, 2009


This is actually an update to a bike that is already on this site. New wheels new stem and new handlebars/no brakes
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This is an update to a previous bike, it is actually not a Fuji obey and it is sparkly if that gives a hint as to which one it is.
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Sunday, November 15, 2009


Found this fixie outside of the library, turns out the owner is a guy I know named Ian. The frame is a huge 63cm and is very light.
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Wednesday, October 28, 2009


I like this road conversion. The crank is stunning and red tires complete the color scheme.
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Friday, October 16, 2009


This single speed giant has an awesome color scheme and a nice old giant logo.
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This bike has a really cool paint job with colorful glitter under the finish. Even though these pictures dont have the chain I promis it was a fixed gear.
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Friday, October 9, 2009



First Friday... This really nice looking fixie is a Miyata owned by Garret Warren, a sophomore at NCSU. Pictured in front Adam Peele's graffiti. Also he is the one who is not flying away with a jetpack in the picture.
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Friday, October 2, 2009




Also outside of the library I found an interesting bike. It is an old grey converted to single speed road bike I think. Two interesting things I found were that it only had a back break usually I see only front breaks. Also the front cog was unusual. It is not bloted on like most which I find minimal and exciting.
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This is a beautiful bike with no brakes and a lether seat. I really like the graphics on the tubes. I wonder who it belongs to? If you know please tell me. It was locked up outside of the library at NCSU.
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Thursday, October 1, 2009

Last thing about my self I promise


I made this video.


This is my new bike you may recognize it around NCSU campus. I'll be taking pictures of bikes that I see on States campus and uploading them as soon as possible.


This is my first single speed it was a panasonic
and weighed a lot. Please send me pictures of your first fixed/single gear bike.
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