Show me your track/fixed wheel bikes!

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leej88
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by leej88

Here's mine....

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A soma Van-Ness steel frame.

Krull
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sorry vor mai bed englisch!

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mitre_tester
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by mitre_tester

leej88 wrote:Here's mine...

The thread is for fixed, not single freewheel :)

leej88
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by leej88

Oops...I guess I'll have to flip the wheel over and use the fixed side instead... :mrgreen:

Tallboy
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hey old codger, that's a cool Harry Hall frame- where do you live/where did you get it?
I guess most people know Harry Hall was Tom Simpsons mechanic among others, but you might not know Harry Hall Cycles is still running in manchester- about 2 minutes walk from home for me- and chock fall of singlespeed/track kit.

if you're ever in manchester head towards the old hacienda sight and check out some history of a great city, plus a nice bike shop!
"I want to absorb all of your pop culture"

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Timo
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by Timo

Protest bike for my girl. She's an art school student (Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam) and the text reads "leftish hobby" which is what some right wing politicians in The Netherlands call all subsidies for art and culture. They want to stop all such subsidies and she's obviously against such plans. Waiting for the ordered red&silver pedals but otherwise almost complete: Steel Zieleman frame, Cinelli stem and bar, Campagnolo Record hubs and DT18 rims, Salsa brake lever and RX100 brake.

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brearley
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by brearley

my new giant track bike, size medium
fork has now been cut
dura ace chainset to go on next week when i recieve the bottom bracket
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Registered Executioner
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by Registered Executioner

Here is my track bike - not a WW build but all sorts of Italian style:
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And a link to the write up in the WW gallery
More pictures of this and my other bikes here:

musket
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by musket

Full custom Soulcraft RoyaleT. As far as I know, the only full track build Soucraft have done, as I'm not counting fixie roadies.
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gemm
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by gemm

Here's mine....

Yes it has a girly saddle, because I'm a girl!
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Azzurri Sprint

Dubbayoo
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leej88 wrote:Here's mine....

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A soma Van-Ness steel frame.

Very nice...love the white with lugs.

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hmai18
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jet sanchEz
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by jet sanchEz

About 17lbs as pictured

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Beverly
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by Beverly

small bump. mind the 28c tire/risers/large cog. more comfortable for the street. although it does have proper drops on it these days.
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gospastic
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by gospastic

A picture of the full bike would be nice...

Here is mine before I broke it down. Twas around 14.4 lbs.
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