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I'm not Steve, but dude, Geoffrey the giraffe on the handlebars is worth the price alone. Get it.

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whats your inseam?

 

in my book the frame is the #1 part and the rear wheel (more specifically...the hub) is #2.

 

find out what brand of hub it is.

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I started to put this in the HD thread, but decided to put it here.

 

the frame is going to determine the ride, comfort and maneuverability so I think its #1. The hub and rear wheel rank #2 for obvious reasons. I know people running Surly, Phil Wood and Dura Ace hubs, but they also have one ghetto fixie using a track cog just screwed real tight on a normal wheel. I don't know anyone that has had a catastrophic failure, but a few people have backed the cog out a bit when braking.

 

and yeah...where's hesh at? I say find a good frame and have him or some other shop working cutter hook you up with EP on a wheel.

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haha, i have no clue what my inseam is. i'm 6'3", so i mean, i've got 6'3" worth off inseam.

hesh and i are no longer in teh same state. im on my own in this one.

 

the bike isnt going to be a daily rider, or anything used that hard. just something to kick around on when i have some free time.

 

just looked at that one, and it seems its already found a home.

thats what i get for sleeping. i was really considering hooking it up too. oh well....

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when you buy pants, usually one number is your waist size, the other number is your inseam... if you're 6'3" you should probably not get anything smaller than a 23" frame or your gonna look like your riding your little bro's bike

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seeking, you want a bmx, not a road bike... fixed gears make your balls bigger.... trust me. Sorry Steevo, but fixed gears are in!! They make bmx's in 24" wheels, they're called cruisers.

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yo seeking...

go here to figure out your perfect fit. otherwise...I'm thinking 58-60 cm would probably work.

 

I know some people round my parts that are going to be putting some whips on ebay...I'll hollah when it happens.

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