Posts Tagged ‘engineering’

Still Loving Pedersen.

August 3, 2010

I would simply love to see one of these in flesh.

More here.


May 14, 2010

A weird example of a Japanese bicycle of the 1970’s. At that time, many Japanese bikes were imported into the U.S. Most Japanese companies had a line of bikes for the U.S. market and a line for the Japanese market. Sekine tried to sell one of their “Japan” models here, but it just didn’t sell. It has tons of accessories including brake lights, sequential blinkers, a radio, racks and a rear mounted kickstand. The Japanese were very interested in the U.S. “muscle cars,” and this bike has a bit of that flavor.

Via. And they have some serious racing bikes too.
Peep this from their collection.
And this De Rosa is too much!

Straight out of Poland.

October 15, 2009


I am liking the look of these hubs, although probably more sans world champ bands but anyway. Quality and build looks great and as I understand it they weigh less than Phils and also cost a bit less too.

– Front low flange (45mm) – 50 Euro
– Rear low flange single fixed (50mm) – 67 Euro
– Rear low flange flip-flop (50mm) – 78
– Front high flange (75mm) – 72 Euro
– Rear high flange single fixed (75mm) – 89 Euro
– Rear high flange (75mm) – 100 Euro

Anodized colors: blue, red, silver, yellow, purple, orange, gold, teal, grey, black, pink, green.

Guarantee – 2 years (excluding bearings).”

Peep Mackhubs.
Via Fixedgearbikes.


October 8, 2009



Spotted at 14.

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