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Hi, I would like to start learning how to ride a fixie bike with the plan to use it as my daily transport to and from work around the Makati area. Does anyone know of any bicycle store here in Metro Manila or near provinces that sell fixie bikes/parts? Please recommend the stores that cater to the specific fixie crowd, if there is one as it is in my understanding that the fixie scene here remains a niche market.

I'm dying to learn to ride one. Your help is highly appreciated.

Thanks.
     
December 24, 2012 09:29 AM
Yo kamusta! if you have a facebook you checkout Manila fixed gear. http://www.facebook.com/groups/10009998... .


For fixie parts you can checkout

Hocus Bike Shop
The Colective 7274 Malugay street
1203 Makati City Philippines
https://www.facebook.com/hocusmanila

Simple Cyclery
87-D D.Tuazon corner Dapitan Sts.,
Brgy.Lourdes, Sta.Mesa Heights,Quezon City, Philippines 11140922-8688088 / 267-1630
https://www.facebook.com/SimpleCyclery

Raven Cycles
https://www.facebook.com/ben.bartolome

Mark Astilla
BMX Cycle Center
23 B Rizal Ave. Manila
https://www.facebook.com/mark.astilla?r...

Tryon Marketing
477 J.P. Rizal Avenue, near corner South Avenue, Olympia
Makati City 1207
8954515 ; 8967668 ; 6211443
+639178125412 ; +639228540219


     
December 24, 2012 03:33 PM
rideDSF
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Uy! Salamat!
     
December 29, 2012 01:37 PM
hi, alam mo ba kung paano mahahagilap ang alamat na si ave maldea?
     
December 31, 2012 12:03 PM
     
December 31, 2012 01:56 PM
rideDSF
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I'm a Filipino. Although I loved all you Filipinos going for a fixed gear ride and making the scene back in Manila. PLEASE DON'T CALL it a "FIXIE". Even the Manila Fixed Gear FB page, almost all the members call it a FIXIE. Pretty annoying. Many people still call them that, but it just proves their ignorance.
     
December 31, 2012 11:48 PM
true. haha!
     
January 3, 2013 12:25 PM
rideDSF
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ah ok. so FIXED GEAR. bakit ba pag FIXIE? hindi ba ganun din naman iyon? o ang kaakibat na inis sa tuwing ginagamit ang salitang FIXIE (na kung saan ay sa ganitong termino na nga nakilala sa kulturang popular) ba ay nagmumula sa kagustuhan na ihiwalay ng hardcore/niche market nito ang kanilang sarili na gustong manatiling "cool" at "elite" (sa pamamagitan ng paggamit sa terminong FIXED GEAR), na kumbaga'y angat sa mga gaya-gaya at "posers" ng nasabing "genre"?
sa kontekstong ito, wala naman siguro sa kung anong salita ang ginamit, nasa gawa iyan, kung ginagamit mo ang iyong FIXIE o hindi.
     
January 8, 2013 06:29 AM

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