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Originally Posted by frantik View Post
you can get big tires for your single speed too.. or even turn an old mtb into a single speed
I hear some single speeds, such as the Mercier Kilo TT are especially wide-tire compatible. As I research various models of single speed bikes, is there a way to distinguish which single speeds will be wide-tire compatible? I also want to add cheap plastic fenders. I'm starting to doubt that I'll be able to fit both wide tires and fenders underneath the break pulleys. There tends to be minimal clearance.
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