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01/24/2012

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Bicycle Bill

I'm glad to see one more bicycle rescued from a landfill or recycle bin, but what is with all the fascination for fixies? Single-speeds, OK, but what's wrong with coasting from time to time?

WV Cycling

I would suggest if you're on a budget to scrap the FD and shifters, keep the RD on, but adjust the limit screws to a 17t. A classic road bike with a 42 x 17 is great around town~

Zero money, little or no maintenance with the removal of the shifting! Buy new brake pads :P

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