Bangkok Fixed Gear

My Pinarello’s finally done by BallistiC
January 31, 2008, 5:19 pm
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My Pinarello Track bike is finally done, Special Thanks to Brian (HKfixed) for the frame set. Let’s ride and be safe


January 31, 2008, 2:46 am
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Chut Came across this t-shirt on ebay, it seems like right now street wear brands have to do somethings relate to fixed gear bike, right Undefeated ??

Columbus U Lock by BallistiC
January 30, 2008, 1:55 am
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Columbus U lock
1,785 Yen.
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How many round can u go backward ?? by BallistiC
January 29, 2008, 1:49 am
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he did 8.5 rounds.

Mash World Premiere Interview by BallistiC
January 29, 2008, 1:38 am
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Although there are few more world premieres left, please describe any personal changes or insights you have experienced after the San Francisco,Los Angeles, New York, and Japan premieres?
The overall impression is how no matter what city we rolled into, there was a huge sense of community there tied to bikes, and people sharing this connection. Our friend in chicago put it this way. He saw what we were doing over the years, and how that differed from the velo circuit of friends. He compared it to how he used to go skate this ditch as a kid, and there would always be a few other kids there. That was the same thing. Kids finding each other through an outlet they shared respect for. Then he saw Chicago’s tricks and drinks night getting more popular, and that tied it together.
People coming together for a common interest.

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Today Ride (Again) by BallistiC
January 24, 2008, 3:36 am
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Today we went out again from Chainatown to Sanam Loung > Pha Artid Rd. > Kao Sarn Rd., last stop at dessert shop somewhere near Wat Thep Sirin. Poe, Ball, Nu, P’Pae, Boy. Next time i hope i can see some of new faces riding with us.

Trixie Chix by BallistiC
January 23, 2008, 12:42 am
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Trixie Chix is a group of women who meet up to learn how to do (mostly) pointless tricks on their bike. We also like bike polo and having a drink or two. While we love the lovely men who encourage and support us, they are not invited to our gatherings. Trixie Chix would like to create an atmosphere of comfort for women to gain security and self-awareness on your bike.

We are primarily a fixed-gear riding crew but all are warmly welcomed!

Mostly we giggle a lot and teach each other how to do cool stuff

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