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Wednesday, September 28, 2005
By Yokota Fritz


Fat cyclist learned to ride a fixie. Cycledog explains the cult of fixed gear riding. Gear joins the cult. Sheldon is the High Priest of the Cult.

Yesterday, Fat griped about slow delivery of his Bianchi Pista track bike and wondered about "their apparent inability to forecast" demand for the track bikes. Is it because nobody could have predicted how popular fixed gear bikes have become?



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Lately, I started cleaning up my old mid 80's Pinarello track bike to get it ready to sell. On ebay, the prices of "vintage" Italian track bikes like mine has skyrocketed lately. In some ways I hate to part with it, but I have 2 fixed gear bikes and I very rarely ride the true track bike anymore.
 
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