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  • trickydisco
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    oh yes.. that there THE Bristol innum me babber 😮

    oldgit
    Member

    Indeed if you go waaay back, fixies were essential winter bikes. A lot of testing and records were done on fixed.
    Was it a UK thing though?

    uponthedowns
    Member

    If you want to increase leg strength then just try to keep the bike in one “training gear” for the whole ride. Pick one gear and only change down if your cadence drops below 65-70 and only change up if you start to spin out going down a hill.

    Isn’t that, you know, just normal riding?

    Not if, on the hilly bits, you hang onto your training gear for longer than you would on a “normal” ride and also keep seated.

    i’d love to find a club with a few fixed riders so i didn’t stand out so much. the jokes soon wear thin i can tell you.

    trickydisco
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    i’d love to find a club with a few fixed riders so i didn’t stand out so much. the jokes soon wear thin i can tell you.

    there’s trackdropouts in brizzle who are a friendly bunch

    [video]http://vimeo.com/27215576[/video]

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