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Old 08-04-16, 06:29 PM   #1
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Los Angeles Times article on fixed gear bikes

Fixed gear bikes, once a status symbol of cool, are now everywhere - LA Times
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"Fixies cannot coast, meaning if the bike is moving so are the pedals. In the biking world, this technology is primitive — obsolete since the invention of gears and wheels that can spin without active pedaling"

Read: track racing.
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The article failed to note that most fixed gear bicycles for sale in the low end category are actually just Single Speed. Some are both singlespeed and fixed (you just flip the rear wheel around).

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