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    Peugeot Fixie Conversion

    http://www.bikeforums.net/showthread...59#post9128859

    If interested please see my original thread above.

    These are the before and after shots. learned a lot from the work and keen to try another one. I might chart the total cost and more details later.

    I've learned that there's no place to hide on this forum so let's be having your (constructive) criticism....
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    Your bike turned out great. The original color of the bike was only good for theft deterrent. One thing I would do is get the quick release on the non drive side of the bike.

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    No lugs? No hugs. Exit.'s Avatar
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    Nice looking bike. Now stop calling it a "fixie".
    1997 Vitali track, 1986 Cilo Swiss road, 2006 KHS Flite 100, 2009 top-secret track bike.

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    what saddle is that?
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    I'd rather ride a greasy bowling ball than one of those things.
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    saddle is a brooks champion B17. scored it off another bike i bought on ebay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gurry View Post
    Your bike turned out great. The original color of the bike was only good for theft deterrent. One thing I would do is get the quick release on the non drive side of the bike.
    What he said.

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