So I've had this GT track for a long time and not done much with it (including ride it). Then I moved house and left it with @robadob as I thought I might just sell it. But I kind of don't want to.
This is what it looks like now.
I've bought Mack hubs, which I might lace to Flo 30's and run with Pasela's
Then new cranks? Bars? Stem?
Should I paint it?
Or should I give up any hope of being a fixie skidder and sell it/hang it on the wall?
Last option ;)
lol you might be right
save the tarckbike!
Sell it! To me. For Cheap .
pretty perfect as is if you ask me
have you tried doing a skid?
shirly this trolling? Flo30's with paelas! Please...
Sell it to me
That wheelset sounds rad, repaint and new cranks would make this perfect.
new crankset would be sweet
Never skidded but lots of wheelies round corners
Pasela tyres innit
@JB thanks for the input feel free to invite me on a ride anytime soon m8
@Tenderloin i will buy it. IMMEDIATELY.
Is this the one I sold to you?
Nah you sold your one to @toby.d
THink this might have been one of the same batch though
The new wheels, drops and ride the shit out of it.
Kind of do want this.
I'm thinking of seeing if Marty can build a triple triangle Geekhouse to the same geo, which would be an expensive way to get the same bike!
Maaaate. Genuinely didn't know you were riding at the moment. It was all very spontaneous anyway.
My thoughts exactly...moneys gotta go on rubber before rims
Nope, I've got Pasela's and open corsa's. This will get the former as they're more durable
Think I'm going with black omniums
Considering aileron rims as well as Hed Belgium
I was considering Flo30's / Aileron rims for a skidder rear rim for my Mash. I think they'd work pretty well.
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