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"CreamCycle" Nishiki Fixed Conversion 56cm (sold)

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Nishiki Sport 56 cm

SOMA handlebars with the stock stem

SOMA fork with the stock headset

White Velocity Deep V with Vittoria tires and aero Spokes

White Velocity Deep V with Vittoria tires and aero Spokes

Stock Sugino

Selle Italia seat with a generic post

Stock pedals with a white KMC chain


My first fixed gear. Did all the work myself, spent a lot of time cleaning up the frame and painting it.

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0 really man r u serious

six hundred dollars really man r u serious?


no more offers, it's sold

frame work

love the orange! and i love this era of nishiki. can you share a little bit of your experience grinding off the braze-ons, hangers, and fender mounts? it looks like you did an exceptional job.

frame work

It wasn’t as hard as you might think, just timely. First I would hack off most of the part I didn’t want with a cutting wheel, then I would grind the remaining bit nearly flush with a 6 inch grinder, then used a pneumatic metal sander to make everything flush. In total, I took off three brake cable guides, four water bottle cage mounts(first I plugged them), the rear derailleur cable stop on the chain stay, and the derailleur mount. Just that took me about 5 hours. I didn’t want to use any bondo or metal filler, so I had to do a clean job with an all metal finish. Sandable primer was a must for me and worked well to smooth it out completely. The bike was given to me free as a 10 speed, so I had to work with it, and it is a peeve of mine to see unused shit like cage mounts on a fixie.


I would buy this bike if I had the money

what bike

is that a century nishiki?
because i just got one


No it is a Sport! It was a ten speed when it was given to me and I Fixed it right up. Congrats. on your Century purchase though.

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