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Posted: Jun 10, 2019 at 14:40 Quote
spaceofades wrote:

Are both rear gears fixed? or are you on a flip flop hub where one freewheels?

Posted: Jun 10, 2019 at 17:37 Quote
matt-15 wrote:
spaceofades wrote:

Are both rear gears fixed? or are you on a flip flop hub where one freewheels?
it was a flipflop, gut I converted the freewheel side to fixed. So, dual fixed for double the rigidity

Posted: Aug 23, 2019 at 5:30 Quote
spaceofades wrote:
matt-15 wrote:
spaceofades wrote:

Are both rear gears fixed? or are you on a flip flop hub where one freewheels?
it was a flipflop, gut I converted the freewheel side to fixed. So, dual fixed for double the rigidity

Gotta say that’s completely unnecessary

Posted: Nov 14, 2019 at 11:02 Quote
Cervelo P2 I picked up not long ago... threw my Chinese carbons on it, and found an old-school Rotor/Cervelo crankset. Went with a slower gear ratio which turned it into a fun street machine. Slides and wheelies all day.

Currently looks quite different with a black Cervelo fork and trimmed steerer tube, rear disc wheel, front Campagnolo Bullet 80, and Enve TT stem. If nothing else, a very entertaining build. And yes, I do have foot retention... it just isn't pictured. Salute


Posted: Nov 22, 2019 at 21:30 Quote
never-stop wrote:
spaceofades wrote:
matt-15 wrote:


Are both rear gears fixed? or are you on a flip flop hub where one freewheels?
it was a flipflop, gut I converted the freewheel side to fixed. So, dual fixed for double the rigidity

Gotta say that’s completely unnecessary

I've always thought about doing that even though it's totally unnecessary. Seeing this shit made my day. thank you.

Now you gotta put a bigger cog and chainring on one side but with the same gear ratio.. for street cred.. Smile

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