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Trek T1

Bike tags: Fixed gear | Single speed | Track bike
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Trek T1 58cm

specialized 60mm nitto bars

cane creek solos with carbon stock fork

Cadence 650 deep v with dura ace track hub, (650c x-treme windcheeter broke)

black deep v-formula hub, Soma Everwear

sugino rd messenger

specialized alias, thomson elite

blue bmx 1/8", primo mini bmx


new wheel

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Isn't the Gig a little hilly?

I bet that things flies up Stinson.

yes it is

just have to stand up and crank.

You've got that front wheel

You've got that front wheel on backwards.

soon to be... sugino rd messenger

dont bother.
why not just get a truvativ touro
and scrape the very bottom of the barrel?
save a bit more money and find a better deal. has a good deal on a primato set + BB.

Check It...

Nice frame...This might make you chuckle...

Your bike will live on into enternity thanks to bikesnobnyc.


Before even actuality. Hahaha i love bikesnobnyc.
Personally i think a bike has life when you are on it. If its in the garage no life. Out on the road being ridden then it is living.


I like the graphics, where did you get em done? Also, shouldn't the wheel be facing the other way?


i just did them myself by overlaying stickers i have.
and no the wheel is on the correct way. common mistake most people make is to think it goes the other way but its actually correct that direction. im positive i checked the companies site before i put it on hahahah

but it broke anyway :(

yeah, no. I'm pretty sure

yeah, no. I'm pretty sure you're wrong. Valve goes behind the spoke. The spokes(blades,whatever you'd call them) are tapered, like a wing, the fatter end should hit the wind first.

yes you are correct

and what you cant see is that the inside curve is the fatter part
they way i have that wheel is correct
go check their site if you dont believe me
its and xtreme windcheeter (lame name i know)

p.s. this wheel broke after a week neway
im running a 650 deep v now much better

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