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    Senior Member hamish5178's Avatar
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    I really need one of these. . .

    Quote Originally Posted by hairnet View Post
    It's a fixie, reasonablility was never a factor.
    My poser bike

    my non-poser bike?

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    Meh
    Quote Originally Posted by mikeetow View Post
    id ride it. after making it a fixed gear

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    http://www.hiwheel.com/antique_repli...r_standard.htm

    This is like that one x100000000.

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    It looks cute, but I don't think it's ridable over any significant distance. There's a reason high wheels had, um, high wheels, not small ones.

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    I had the chance to ride one when i volunteered for a town fair and a club for them rolled in right before my shift, they noticed I was riding fixed and offered/ dared me to take a trade and ride one of their "fixies"; end of story, I enjoyed it quite a bit, the novelty of riding one is just awesome and a must for any bike rider. Going back to roots!

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    I rode a mini P-farthing at a bike party here; it was really hard to get used to but it's super fun.

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    Alright, I bookmarked that for when I have a couple bills sitting around and nothing to do with them. For that price, how could you go wrong?
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    I like the look of their Roadster. It seems really cheap at $230.

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    I really want one, my friend commutes on his unicycle thats about that size, this can't be too bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crappymonkey View Post
    I like the look of their Roadster. It seems really cheap at $230.
    Yeah there's some weird dissonance in their product line. A couple $200 bikes and several $2000 bikes. Hopefully that means their cheaper ones are at least made by skilled people.
    Quote Originally Posted by hairnet View Post
    It's a fixie, reasonablility was never a factor.
    My poser bike

    my non-poser bike?

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