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Inexpensive Bike Headlight
by Dennis Bean-Larson

Converting the Three-Speed Sram Torpedo Hub to a Two-Speed FG Hub by Graham Webster.
Note: This is a 20mb pdf file, so be prepared for the download.

Flipping Rear Dropouts
By John Brooks
2 Levers Into Front Brake
By Phillip Stevens
Fixing Vertical Drop-Outs
By Phillip Stevens
Replacing Rear Dropouts
by Dave Aukerman

Wheelbuilding with Arup Sen
Tips, ideas, and help for building wheels
Remove Anodizing & Polish Some Parts
High polish is pretty easy - dennis
Disc Hub Conversion
MTB front disc hub to rear fg hub - Tom Chow
Diamond Handlebar Wrap
by fixedrider
Making a rechargable water bottle battery
by Steve Ruane
Inexpensive Bike Headlight
by Dennis Bean-Larson
A Theory of Holonomic Scleronomous Gyrators, or The Virtues of Riding Fixed by James Bernard Lee, Portland, Oregon; Prepared for 1st International Fixed Gear Symposium - August 13, 2005 - Traverse City, Michigan.
Converting the Three-Speed Sram Torpedo Hub to a Two-Speed FG Hub
by Graham Webster.
Note: This is a 20mb pdf file, so be prepared for the download.
Tips on Building Your 1st Fixed Gear
by Wayne Davison
Modifying Brooks Saddles
Slim Down Your Classic by George Leakos
Flipping Rear Dropouts By John Brooks
Another innovative dropout solution.

2 Levers Into Front Brake By Phillip Stevens
Don't let that other lever be a dummy.

Fixing Vertical Drop-Outs By Phillip Stevens
Who said you can't use a frame with vertical drop-outs?

Replacing Rear Dropouts by Dave Aukerman
Making it easier to get fixed.

Fixed Gear Rear Hubs by Dennis Bean-Larson
Three different solutions for your rear wheel.


Archives - click to see.

1,418 Bikes Submitted in 2005 (1448 to 2866)
1,041 Bikes Submitted in 2004 (590 to 1447)
406 Bikes Submitted in 2003 (184 to 589)
131 Bikes Submitted in 2002 (52 to 183)
51 Bikes Submitted in 2001 (1 to 51)

What the Gallery looked like six years ago is here

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