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zipp 2001         Featured Bike! on 12/10/2010

Bike tags: Fixed gear | Beam bike | hed3 | zipp 2001
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Zipp 2001/ Large frame + Small Beam / N/A

Easton Deltaforce Carbon CNT base bar / Oval r900

Profile design BDC full carbon 1" fork / Cane Creek 100 1" threadless

Hed 3 tubular / Tufo Elite

Hed 3 clincher / Zaffiro

Sugino 75 / Hatta R9400

Selle italia SLR C64

MKS GR-9 / HKK vertex

Sugino 75

Frame was in perfect condition when I received it. I removed the decals and put a new clear coating on it.
Although it has semi vertical dropout, there is some space for chain tensioning.
I adjusted it with chainring and cog size.
Looks brand new !! Runs so fast. Incredible !!

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Beautiful ride! I missed an opportunity to buy one of these earlier this year because I didn't know anything about it. The next one I see for sale is mine!

How quick is the ride?

Awesome build. How do you

Awesome build.

How do you find the SLR C64 saddle? Is it very hard? Do you have the version with the padding?

Lose the HED decals

Get rid of the wheel decals and this bike would be flawless.


Is it stiff enough for converting it into a fixie? Doesn't it flex?

Hahahaha "Stiff enough for a

Hahahaha "Stiff enough for a fixie"? A "fixie" does not need to be stiff. Stiffness only REALLY matters if he is riding this on the track. And it's a shame that this thing has bullhorns and is not being used on a track (however, it's illegal anyway… so might as well use it for the street right?)


Ok, maybe I didn't express myself right. What I meant was that the fixed drive produces more tension so theoretically there should be a frame not stiff enough to deal with it.

The bike is a decade old.

I would get a new fork, but other than that its a rare type of ride and doesn't need any other "Cred" other than it looks damn cool.

I don't race cars - So I'm not allowed to own a nice one that "could" be raced?

I normally don't like such

I normally don't like such newfangled bikes,
It's like batman's bike. The new ninja-ish batman.

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