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If anyone wants them they're on Amazon, though be prepared to get black instead of the chrome ones shown on their site (info from reviews)


We have sold a couple sets at the LBS where I work. We did up a full bike for a disabled teen last summer


i ride a fixed gear and am trying to advance beyond basic track stand related bike handling...
i've got backward circles down in 1 direction but really want be able to ride fakie in perfect straight lines.
i understand the physics and balance points so well that i've literally been able to do it while i've been dreaming.
anybody think mounting a train wheel set to 700c fixed drivetrain would learn me quick to finesse controlling my orientation/equilib as i learn to smoothly hold a backward line? the key seems to learn to handle zig zag movements and how to mirror exactly the opposite of forward cadence.
builds confidence and prevents learning curve ass bust
does this make sense?
any thoughts?
way dope site u got here by the way...


I have found the contact information of the company. They have a new website and many distributors worldwide: www.ez-trainer.com

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