Tom Dykes - tdykes61@yahoo.com Dennis, Thanks for maintaining the web site - great resource, even an inspiration. Here are a couple of photos of my fixie. The frame is a 65 cm Performance "Campione" built by Biemmezeta of Milan. Columbus SP tubing with chromed fork and rear triangle. I dressed it up in Dura Ace and rode it as a derailleur bike from 1987 until 2002. I updated to a newer road bike, but couldn't bear to part with my old friend. Guided by Sheldon Brown's web site, I converted it to a fixed gear. The 175 mm DA crankarms are rather long for a fixie, but with the SpeedPlay pedals, I haven't scraped yet. The 42t ring is mounted on the inside of the double crank for a proper chain line. I found the rear wheel with Suzue flip-flop hub (and lockring!) on ebay. I added a 17t EAI cog, a 17t Shimano freewheel and a KMC 3/32" chain. The front wheel in use varies. The one in the picture is an MA3 rim laced to a 600 hub. The rest of the bike: Specialized bars, Profile stem, Selle Italia Concor saddle, Bontrager post and Dia-Compe Royal Gran Compe 500 brakes. I'll probably remove the rear brake at some point. I installed it thinking that I would use the freewheel occasionally, but so far I haven't. After riding thousands of miles on this frame, it is great to keep it in service. I've spent quite a bit of time on it this Winter. Maybe it will improve my pedal stroke by Spring! Thanks. Tom