SINGLE SPEED CONVERSION! SINGLE SPEED CONVERSION!
Single Speed cogs are $10-$17. Package of single speed chain ring bolts are $10 for a set of 5.
Coming soon - these are almost done!
Takara fixed gear (kinda makeshift, but once we get a lock-ring on it, it’ll be pretty fun!) $70. 48cm.
Schwinn hybrid // 21 speed, 21.5 top, 17.5 seat. This bike is super super pretty.
Schwinn 10-speed road // 57cm.
tiny Freespirit 10-speed // 45cm! so tiny! and super heavy.
on the left…
Huffy dual suspension MTB // 21 speed. $50.
on the right…
BRIDGESTONE MB-? (it’s not labelled! maybe mb6?) // seat 52, top 59cm. $90 if I remember. Bridgestone bikes are sweeeeet! (see: http://www.sheldonbrown.com/bridgestone/)
on the left…
Fugi Regis road bike. It’s smooooothe and stylish! 58cm. $100. 10 speed.
on the right…
It’s a tall road bike for like $70 or something. 10 speed. (****SOLD*****)
12/5/11! We held a last-minute Bikery bike building party. Folks were in and out throughout the day, and in addition to finishing a good amount of bikes, we also did some major space rearranging, and helped some folks out who came to our doors looking to fix their bikes.
I earlier posted about some bikes that we have for sale at Ye Olde Bikery, and it might be wise to help people know whether a bicycle is the right size for them. Here’s a couple handy tips:
Road bikes are sized in Centimeters, and the frame size generally corresponds to the length of the “seat tube.” Go to this link, and find out what frame size is roughly correctly for your height:
Mountain bikes (or, “MTB”), are sized in inches, also to the length of the seat tube. Here’s the link to help you size yourself:
Often it’s helpful to know the “top tube” length, as it can factor how far forward your body will position while riding. For example, if you want a bike where you can ride comfortably while sitting mostly upright, you’ll want a bike with a shorter top-tube. If you have more questions, come into The Bikery and ask!
MKS pedal cages. $4
Wellgo clipless pedals. R3, R4, MG9. $7 each.
NVO threadless adjustable stem. 1-1/8”. $10
Statis stem (obscure & rad!). $10
Bianci road stem. $5
Shimano 600 rear freewheel hub. 36 spoke. $25
Surly tandem hub. $?
Suzue hubs. 36 spoke. front $10, rear freewheel hub $15
Shimano BB 6500 Ultegra Octalink bottom bracket. 68x109.5. $15
Ritchey seat post. $10
Avid Single Digit 7 V-Brakes (complete set, front and back). $20
Tektro rear brake caliper. $10
Dia Compe AGC brake levers. $8
Dia Compe bar-end levers. $8
Shimano 600 mismatched brake levers. $5 each.
Nice front derailleurs!
FSA double, $7
Shimano 105 double, $10
Suntour Superbe double, $7 <- this is such an awesome, overlooked part! The best friction shifting available!
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