Put some toe clips on that Fixed/SS DUG.. Nice work on the chain for the tallbike.. Did you use a half link, or did the chain fit just right? Fortunately on one of mine, the chain fit just right. Before my steerer weld broke anyway.
Hi my name is Jen. I've lived in East Village for far to long. I love old steel road bikes, and other forms of 2 wheel transportation. I can be found slaving away in an office 2 stories below canal street, tearing up the loop steets late at night or falling asleep on my vespa
Stop wearing steel toes foo.. Unless your riding to a boot party.. he he
Boots either way, steel or not can be an issue.. I have it during the winter with my boots.. My problem with clips mainly is my shoe size, being 14 or 15 depending on brand.. Pedal size helps too, bigger platforms better then smaller.. I merely suggested cause I see you riding a SS/Fixed, and while fixed should always have clips, SS should for things like rain from my experience of not having them. It's way to easy to slip off the pedals.
Where'd you build your bike?
notoriousDUG said:I wear steel toes 96% of the time so clips don;t work well for me, that's why I have a brake.
The chain on the tall actually just worked out, I got lucky.
M.A.R.K. said:Put some toe clips on that Fixed/SS DUG.. Nice work on the chain for the tallbike.. Did you use a half link, or did the chain fit just right? Fortunately on one of mine, the chain fit just right. Before my steerer weld broke anyway.
I have three bikes. This is my Cannondale Touring 1...
My current favorite is my new (to me) Jamis Sputnik, outfitted with bull bars, Campy Centaur brake, and Selle An-Atomica saddle.
And my profile pic is me saluting with my Swobo Novak.
Still a good commuter to the bars at night.
I'm not sure if I have a favorite commuting route.
Hi, I am Aaron and I am new to biking in the city....is it scary riding on the streets?
A late 70's Motobecane Super Mirage with original components(One of a few good steads...)