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To learn fixed gear, better start with high gear and then get lower, or the opposite?
I am wondering if it is better to start to ride a fixie with a relatively low gear, and as experience comes, switch to a higher gear, or if the advised practice would be to start with a higher gear, ...
Sep 13 '11 at 2:49
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