Correct... Plural... front and rear Aerospoke bolt-on fixed gear track wheels on a track bike ridden on the streets. Aside from an obvious weight gain and possible wheel explosion on a pothole, is there more "respect" for an urban FG track bike rocking both front and rear as opposed to the stereotypical front only or the ever so rare answer to the cliche front, rear only? People get a lot of heat from these forums for only running one typically because only one is considered hipster/cliche/sheepish/dumb/booo/poop/why/tarck/typical/etc.. I shouldnt ask is there more "respect" for someone running both front and rear... I should ask if the feeling is mutual towards a street bike running both front and rear as a bike running only one or the other. Are they that hated amongst the majority? I am not going to base my decision on replies in this thread... just curious to be honest.
I have spoked wheels on both of my bikes right now. I was thinking of building a bike with Aerospokes along the lines of the Trackstar art/theme pieces. Not that it hasnt already been dont a million times over, I just really liked them and wanted one of my own regardless of being late to the game.