Show me your track/fixed wheel bikes!

Who are you (no off-topic talk please)

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jmh
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PercyB
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old codger
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by old codger

:x no problems with rims up to now and they feel bomb proof.

Cheers.

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Redddraggon
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by Redddraggon

Supposedly my commuter, but at the moment I am close enough to be able to walk into the office in a few minutes.

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fayrwerks
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by fayrwerks

dunno if this count as fixed wheel, not even mine but....

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bhjYQFDN ... re=related
“Maximize strength to weight through optimized geometry” -ZG

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Super Guanche
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old codger
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by old codger

Nice,very nice.

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Powerful Pete
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That Bianchi is very, very elegant. Nice. :thumbup:
Road bike: Cervelo R3, Campagnolo Chorus/Record mix...
Supercommuter: Jamis Renegade...pastatrails.blogspot.com
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mitre_tester
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by mitre_tester

Why is the chainring mounted inside the spider? It's not like the Ellipse wheels have an abnormally narrow chainline. Wrong BB axle?

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Super Guanche
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by Super Guanche

mitre_tester wrote:Why is the chainring mounted inside the spider? It's not like the Ellipse wheels have an abnormally narrow chainline. Wrong BB axle?


I was waiting for the first person to spot that! Took the pic just after I built it and only realised I'd put the chainring on the wrong side later.

bally81
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by bally81

@Super Guanche
very nice bike you have !
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Caad 10
Bianchi EV3
Canyon Speedmax AL

koebes
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by Narrowbars

My langster
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Sworksxtc
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by Sworksxtc

I like the langsters! I have a Seattle Starbucks bike it is great,

I ride to work even though it is close also.

Mount up man

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Thats how I ROLL!

y tin
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by y tin

Here's mine. This is used on the track & the road.
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