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    Se Lager vs Pure Fix?

    Which do you think is better out the two.

    Se Lager:

    FRAME New 2014 Urban Single Speed Design, Butted Top Tube and Down Tube, Cr-Mo Seat Tube, Integrated Seat Clamp, Water Bottle & Fender Mounts, Wide Tire Clearance
    FORK SE straight Leg Hi-Ten w/ Fender Mounts & Wide Tire Clearance
    CRANKSET SE Alloy, Euro Cartridge Sealed Bearing w/ Alloy Cups, 46T
    PEDALS SE Resin Platform
    CHAIN KMC Z410A
    WHEELSET SE High-flange Alloy Fixed/Free 36H Hubs w/ Extra High-profile Double-wall Rims, 17T Freewheel & 17T Fixed Cog
    TIRES Freedom Thick Slick Sport 700 x 28c (43cm Bike: Kenda Kriterium 650 x 28c)
    BRAKES Promax RC-469 Dual Pivot Caliper w/ Quick-Release F & R
    BRAKE LEVERS Winzip WL-207A F & R
    HEADSET Tange 1-1/8" Threadless
    HANDLEBAR SE Alloy Bullhorn, 400mm Wide
    STEM SE Alloy, Zero Degree Drop, 25.4mm Clamp
    TAPE/GRIP SE Logo Tape
    SEAT SE Classic w/ Bottle Opener
    SEAT POST SE Micro Adjust Alloy, 27.2mm
    EXTRAS Removable SE Brake Cable Clips

    WEIGHT, LBS/KG 26.20lbs / 11.88kgs (55cm)



    The Pure Fix

    Hi-Ten Steel Frame
    Hi-Ten Steel Fork
    Headset 1 1/8" Alloy
    Crankset Alloy
    Rims 45mm Deep Dish Double-Walled Alloy
    Chain KMC 1/8
    Rear Cog 16T Flip Flop Hub
    Front Hub 100mm Wide 32H
    Rear Hub 120mm Wide 32H
    Spoke Pattern
    3 Cross
    Stem 90mm 7 - degree angle
    Seat Post Alloy 25.4mm
    Drome Saddle
    Pedals Wellgo 9/16"
    Reflectors Front & Rear Included
    Brakes
    Front Included - Alloy
    Brake Lever 22.2mm
    Tubes Kenda 700x28 Presta Valve
    Tires Kenda Kwest 700x28
    Axle Diameter 3/8
    Handlebar Riser 25.4mm Aluminum




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    Which do you think is better out the two.

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    Why aren't you looking at purefixs premium cooladge model, chromoly frame, quill stem, thick slicks, sealed hubs, older style crank.
    Last edited by GENESTARWIND; 04-21-14 at 02:48 AM.
    http://www.pedalroom.com/bike/pake-rum-runner-14226

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    The Lager. Although I wouldn't choose either.

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    Have you seen these in person? I went to my local sports chalet today and saw that exact blue lager. It look like sh*t. Looks very cheap in quality. The price was $329.

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    As stated before, look at their premium model.
    It's sold out online but you may be able to find this locally:

    The Coolidge | Pure Fix Cycles

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scrodzilla View Post
    Drop acid, take chances. Life is crazy.
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    Not really into shemales

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scrodzilla View Post
    I'd rather ride a greasy bowling ball than one of those things.
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    I bought a pure fix normal 325$ bicycle online two years ago. I have needed to replace the tires/tubes a couple times, the rear chain ring once. I have a couple thousand miles on it, I'd say 5,000. I replaced the pedals with spd, and have even ridden it on half centuries in temperatures below freezing. I understand that it's obviously not a top end bike, but it's my first actual non-big box store bike, and I really like it. The only problem I've ever had with the wheels is a crooked spoke which was easily replaced, and overall I'd say a pure fix bicycle is worth the price. I know a lot of seasoned biker-veterans on here seem to throw up at the idea of a >400$ fixed gear bike, but I really like mine.

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