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So I am in gradschool and had to sell my supermoto setup so I can eat (love living on a stipend at 28). But I finished my most recent fixed gear build and had to share. I know there are other cyclist out there that might appreciate the old fixed gear way of life. Any who this is my late seventies Raleigh, 44/17, 165 cranks, rattle key lime, purple 1/8th chain, and a great way to train and commute. Get bummed seeing everyone else's moto so here is my one horse power hooker!
What i started with.

Finished product.

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badass! nice work,
 

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Nice looking bike. i've been wanting to convert my old road bike to a fixie for a long time. Are you running with a fixed cog on the back, Or is that a freewheel? It looks like a freewheel, but I can't tell. But then it wouldn't be a real fixie ;) JK, It's all good eitherway.
 

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Sweeeet bike! I love the green.

here's mine, just about done. I'm going for the '20s style burner/track bike look. Next up are white tires and grips.
 

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I ride a Singlespeed 29er. Thats a sweet lookin Fixed gear ride though. I grew up ridin the Hellyer Park Velodrome in San Jose.
 
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