I have always rode mountain bikes my whole life, but when I moved to college I was introduced to fixed gear and single speed bikes and I was hooked. When I rode mountain bikes I usually very rarely change gears so a single speed bike just seem logical for me. My question is for $400 what bike should I get? Maybe multi-speed road bike is better for me? Please advice me on my next purchase.
The description of the Pro includes a list of what is different; the frames are the same I believe.
In terms of what to buy, a Kilo TT is almost unquestiomably the best fixed gear at the $400 price point. Like all fixed gears though, be prepared to pay a couple extra hundred on parts in the next year or two (it's quite the upgrading addiction).
The best thing I've ever eaten was fresh Alaskan salmon when I went there on a cruise. I made up my mind that day that I'd move to Anchorage as soon as possible.
Anchorage? Have you ever been there? I hated that place. (Sorry if anyone lives there) Dreaded having to go there to get supplies/pick up people from the airport. There are so many way cooler places in Alaska.
Originally Posted by Santaria
because physics has more street cred than tarckstars.