Looks great! Show the complete build.Drevil said:
Oh man! That is ssweet! Can't wait, mine should be here today or tomorrow, but the postman doesn't like to drop off the mail until late evening...oh the waiting...Drevil said:
you could a least wipe the snot off your index finger before you pose the piece, ya know!Drevil said:
I was talking to the UK importer about getting a track cog made to fit a Miche "quick change" track cog carrier (see harris cyclery fixed gear page) as I have a Surly fixed / free hub!Drevil said:
Not very good at riding backwards yet, but yes I do.Fast Eddy - You ride backwards? said:You may apply force in both directions, but the chain is only ever going around in one direction; ie only "falling off" the teeth on one side.
Probably a good idea.itsdoable said:Very Nice, been waiting for one of these for a while. I have a question about the tooth profile though, with a Fixie you drive the cog in both directions (accelerating & braking), so I would expect a symetric tooth profile.
Now that's a great idea!Time to respace a front hub to 135mm & make a fixie-only wheel....
What's the website to order one of those cogs? I'd really like to "fix" my commuter. Thanks.Drevil said: