If you do ‘conventional’ dinglespeed you get a forever-straight chain. And you can use a tough chain, singlespeed rings and cogs. Stainless steel stuff even. It’s goofy having a little fiddle with the qr at the trailhead but the bike is easy to clean and difficult to break. And zombie proof. I like it.
I’ve never done it with vertical dropouts though.
Looks like a reet barrel o’ laffs.
Just needs some smoked salmon wrapped round the grips and scrambled egg instead of sealant.
Breakfast pasty ideas gratefully recieved.
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