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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
Or buy/turn a new (bike into a) singlespeed (you made it sound as if they're an extinct species there )


I'm confused why it is that you think you'll have to add air more frequently to your tires because the bike's a SS anyways (even with skinnier rubber...),the tires know not how many gears you have There's no distinction between being a mtn biker and being a SS'er,all my mtn bikes are SS's,and half of my road-ish bikes have slider drops and derailluer hangers for switching back and forth between SS and gears. There are lots of options available to you,my friend.
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