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Denali - Sold

My 3rd road bike. I sold my other two, but I plan to convert this one into a fixed gear. What's to lose? Update - decided to build a fixed gear, so I sold this one.

Arundel Cork bar tape

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
A Class ALX200 w/ Vittoria Rubino 700x23

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Stock w/ Vittoria Rubino 700x23

Bike History

Click a link below to see past stages of this bike.

  1. Initial
  2. Stage 2

Added by RamboGT5. Last updated almost 10 years ago.

As of almost 10 years ago, RamboGT5 has indicated that they no longer own this bike.



tricksonafixed says:

Conversions are not the way to go if you're wanting to ride a fixed gear. Just remember if you're new at the fixed gear to have a front brake. Also be sure the rim is machined for a break. But once you're used to riding it, go brakeless and get foot retention!!

Posted almost 10 years ago


Rzjarvis93 says:

whats to lose?

gears. lol

Posted almost 10 years ago


RamboGT5 says:

Lmao, ok ok. You got me lol.

Posted almost 10 years ago


grangeyard says:

Drops won't work very long, chain will wear and get too loose.

Posted about 10 years ago


DrewDrew says:

If I were you, I'd buy a new frame with horizontal dropouts if you wanted to convert this to a fixed gear.

Posted about 10 years ago


RamboGT5 says:

What difference would the dropouts make? I'm not trying to be super proper about it. I just want a little project after I get my next road bike.

Posted about 10 years ago