Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Fixed Gear California by Josh Estey


Though you can see him coasting downhill in the video, I can assure you he's got a dinglecog installed on his rear hub. I swear. I can tell you that because I helped him prepared the bike. Honest, Mom.
This also marks the last installment of Josh Estey's around-the-world "Fixed Gear" video series. After going to three continents, he decided to left the infamous Surly Steamroller to his brother in Idaho where it enjoyed constant 100-plus commuting miles every week. But rest assure Josh will be back scorching the corners of the world with another bicycle. I should've at least put our shop sticker on that Steamroller before he left...

3 comments:

  1. I would like to thank you for any help you gave my little brother with his bike. I have logged more miles in one year then many cyclist log in a life time of ridding and had started to loose my love of cycling. I now awake excited to ride to work, often adding 7 to 18 miles to the ride each day. The used fixed gear has brought back a childhood love of cycling to an old man. Thanks and if I get a chance this year I will send my brother some photos of the bike in the back country of Idaho so that he can give them to you. Take care

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