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Customer’s Builds

It's time for another round of builds from the people.

Up first I've got a Dropout from a gentleman known only as "The Duck"

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Next is this heartmelter two speed kick back Big Block from Mauro in Switzerland

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and finally this blinged out Nature Boy build from one of the dudes at Zipp
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As always keep the photos coming!

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David

January 8, 2012

I have a question:  Why do people like fixie’s and/or single speeds so much?  I’m not putting them down, I just don’t see the reason for them/  Maybe I’m just stuck in a multigear mindset.

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norby

January 27, 2012

Cool story bro!

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tj

December 26, 2012

HAHA, fixed is great…i love how the bike pushes you along yet is begging to pushed harder. Hop on one and find out how much fun they can be…..but ya should rock a brake, since i just found out (the hard way) that brake’less is illegal in Michigan.

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