Official Fixed Gear Thread

August 24, 2008 @ 16:39:54
Are those DP18's?
And did you post it on bikeforums before cause I feel like I've seen it


yeah, they are dp18's, and i might have, i dont remember. but probably not because i dont think i have an account
August 25, 2008 @ 15:26:45
What's the frame size? 120mm dropouts? I could be interested at the right price if you sell...


might be using it to build up a bike for my chick but if not ill pm you. I'll only want postage cost though, I got it for free
August 25, 2008 @ 15:46:22




August 25, 2008 @ 18:09:27
I'm 6', what is the size most suitable for me?
August 25, 2008 @ 20:33:39
58cm
August 26, 2008 @ 00:06:41
Are there any places to buy cheap frames?
August 26, 2008 @ 03:52:13
cheapframesforyourpimpingfixeeee.com
August 26, 2008 @ 13:54:37
Craigslist is a good place to start. Local bike stores as well
August 26, 2008 @ 23:16:39
cheapframesforyourpimpingfixeeee.com


Thank you much lol.
September 02, 2008 @ 20:03:56
Cheers 1988 I really appreciate that. I like the Frog Knog's I just got a pair on my Langster and they're surprisingly bright. Although I bought a pair of Ikea copycat Knogs for

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September 12, 2008 @ 21:24:57
mmmm taste like a creamsicle
Cant wait to finish the new frame blushing
September 15, 2008 @ 03:19:44
Noice djb

Tought about making a glittery kalavinka but the time id had to wait was
way too long, money was burning in my pocket so i bought a true dutch RIH.

Howmuch u paid for your jaguar stem? Steel once always seem so expensive,
but i have to have one tho..
September 16, 2008 @ 10:37:04

On my NYC track.
September 16, 2008 @ 14:22:53


What are these grips, man? I dig.

And are those MASH bar ends?
September 16, 2008 @ 16:00:20
^ yeah, those are Mash bar ends. i think you can get them on their site.

I use horns, and I love them. They offer multiple hand positions which I find to be incredibly beneficial


i know right.

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September 16, 2008 @ 21:38:34
So i'd like to purchase one of them drop stems but i'm not sure what size I should get...it's for my 2007 regular Pista, not my Concept. Anyone know? I'd like to use it in conjunction with the Nashbar carbon fork, too:
http://bikenashbar.com/profile.cfm?category=600086&subcategory=60001182&brand=&sku=18202&storetype=&estoreid=&pagename=
September 17, 2008 @ 02:44:48
fitting is individual, we can't tell you what size stem to get.

unless you're asking clamp size. which depends on which fork you get, which depends on the diameter of your headset.
September 20, 2008 @ 20:29:07


Work in progress. Aerospoke is in the paintshop doing a MJ. I got a Campagnolo Record headset, Cinelli Nitto quill stem and riser bars to go on but having seen Booduh's pic I might have to send it all off to the chromers, who did my front forks, to make it all shiny. Still undecided on the drive side of things but that is one of the new H Plus Son Formation Face rims on the rear. Should be a dog to ride in the wind but it'll look good. ;)
September 21, 2008 @ 06:32:22
OMG its still the whizz(great frame, not a fan of the plastic wheel tho),
Ive ordered a pair of H+sons aswell (and some suntor superbes to fit).



Right now its all nuovo record, but im afraid they ill break (hubs).
Still a lot has to be changed, but im super pleased with my vintage RIH frame.
Will post when im finised!
September 21, 2008 @ 06:58:08
OMG its still the whizz(great frame, not a fan of the plastic wheel tho),
Ive ordered a pair of H+sons aswell (and some suntor superbes to fit).

Right now its all nuovo record, but im afraid they ill break (hubs).
Still a lot has to be changed, but im super pleased with my vintage RIH frame.
Will post when im finised!


Alright Frank. Nice looking frame you got there. The H Plus Son is really nice, so nice that I have been contemplating selling the Aerospoke and getting a full H Plus Son wheelset, but i'll see how it looks built and in white first. Oh and it's carbon composite, not plastic. ;)
September 25, 2008 @ 20:36:23
smokeyfacesmokeyfacesmokeyface
September 25, 2008 @ 22:58:04
I'm considering buying a Leader frame, but I'm a little worried about the droupout spacing. Anyone?
September 26, 2008 @ 08:13:49
I'm considering buying a Leader frame, but I'm a little worried about the droupout spacing. Anyone?


Why? Anything above 120mm and you get the hub spaced and if it's less than 120mm you can buy smaller hubs.
September 28, 2008 @ 16:05:18
Naw I'm talking about clearance between the tire and seat tube...the droupouts aren't long enough
October 04, 2008 @ 01:45:17
Hey whizz how are those H+?? too bad they dont make them in 36H

My current ride. Im still building the vivalo but this will do for now.

weee


October 05, 2008 @ 06:39:43
Hey whizz how are those H+?? too bad they dont make them in 36H


I can't tell you how they ride yet because I'm waiting on the painwork on the new build before I try them out. But they're lighter than Velocity Deep-V's. And they do make 36h, mine are 36h.
October 05, 2008 @ 16:03:37
serious? Ive been searching and i havent found 36. Guess i gotta keep asking around.
October 05, 2008 @ 18:23:22
serious? Ive been searching and i havent found 36. Guess i gotta keep asking around.


The guy from H + Son came on London Fixed Single Speed Forums and said this.

Originally posted by Inactive User
Hi this is Tzusing. son of h

And the early birds prob don't want to hear this but... the rims will get better as production goes on. Just like anything that isn't perfected yea there is always an updated version.
I am not using eyelets(or providing washers) for this rim because of the movement needed by the nipple when laced to a high flange hub. Which is also why i'm using alternating holes on the new production run. (the up down up down drilling pattern)
I tested the rim with the new alternating hole drilling and found that the spoke bed passed the spoke pull through test.

I realize the drilling on the rim has room for improvements and made a note of that with the factory. The fact that there is no parallel surface on the formation face rim makes it a lot harder to drill than a regular rim... so please please understand that this is a key point we are working on to improve.
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