Share your cool pics! Saw this frame last fall in Toronto, anyone know what it is?
>Gimbal cup holder
>His and hers bells
>glitter gell grips
>Nexus 7spd interal rear hub
>red & white alternating chain
>Sector 9 bamboo longboard
>Literally 10ft long
>Rides like a comfy old Cadillac
Get on my and my girlfriend's autistic level.
The Velobleu bikes along the Cote D'Azur use them. For 6 months they were fine but now you have to spin the wheels before unlocking to make sure the drive isn't slipping. Now they replace the broken ones with chainsand they're miles better.
Where I live, back when it was fixies, it was Flying Pigeon at a 900% markup for the special snowflakes who were far too special for a fixie
Now that it's "cyclocross/touring" bikes, it's VanMoof for the special snowflakes. The markup is still there but it's less harsh
it took me longer to wear through the crotches of my raw denim but it still happened.
you don't put in the mileage on your bikes because you spend most of your day shitposting on /fa/, /n/, and presumably some other boards where you're just as despised
this one was on a page about bikes in copenhagen, I think
some anon ID'd it but I forget the brand-name ;P
Custom Fatbike done for the Iditabike race in Alaska, sometime in the 1990-1992 timeframe.
Fatbikes and wide tires didn't exist, but they needed more float over the snow, sooooo... Two ordinary rims welded together and alternate spoked to normal MTB hubs. 4 tires, 4 tubes.
>>it's not a thing that happens
Yes, yes it is.
This crazy tire gives me silly levels of snow grip. So good. Guess the overall bike fits this thread too!
>>Amazing. I heard about the welded rims but thought they somehow spanned them with a fatty tire... I'm a fool
That's been done too and can work.. it's just more rare as fat rims came out around the same time as real fat tires.