Ok. Which one of you fools posted this?

Well? :colbert:

Hahahaha. That’s funny.

Ha ha, awesome. where does one find an NJS aerospoke anyway. geez

dibs!

It was me. You guys can just send the money order my way and I’ll spend it on meth and Jack in the Box.

I wish we had jack in the box here in Albuquerque.

You can have ours. Fast food is gross for the most part.

[quote=“craigslist”]Fixed Gear bike - $2000 GUY: YOU ARE A GIANT DOUCHE
Reply to: see below
Date: 2008-10-14, 3:08PM PDT

what a dick you are…not only are you an obnoxious hipster, but your ad is super rude.

quit trying to make the scene.

at least try to be original

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PostingID: 879360011
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That second one was me too.

what was the first one?

[quote=“CL ad”]Fixed Gear bike - $2000 (Belltown)
Reply to: sale-879216298@craigslist.org [?]
Date: 2008-10-14, 1:26PM PDT

Super styling fixed gear bike. This bike is for pros only - not for pussies riding the Burke Gilman. It’s perfect for riding in Belltown, Ballard or Capitol Hill.

All parts are NJS cuz when you’re riding on the streets it’s important to use the same shit as pro track racers in Japan. After all there’s hardly any difference between Belltown and the Shizuoka Nihon Keirin Gakko.

Frame is all steel and made by hand by Kurogane Koumaru in the foothills of Mt Fuji. This guy builds for all the top racers though his bikes always have someone else’s decals on them because that’s the pro way of doing it. If you haven’t heard of him then you don’t know anything about fixies. Go back to your Trek, loser.

Handlebars are chrome steel deep-drop with no grips or tape. When it’s pissing down rain and the temperature is in the 30’s it’s important not to have tape or grips getting in between your bare hands and the bars. The stem is an extra deep drop so your hands are down nice and low which is the perfect position to be in when honking up the hills in this town. Gearing is 52x12 which is perfect for the hills.

No brakes because real riders don’t need brakes. Just lock the pedals and skid - way better way to stop. Brakes are for old people and losers who don’t know how to ride.

Saddle is a Ketsunoana Ono model - again from Japan and only used by the pros. It’s all plastic, unpadded and extra skinny. Works great with skinny jeans. Nose is tipped way down so you don’t snag your junk.

Bike includes a custom embroidered top tube protector. Not keirin pro but you need it anyway.

Tires are tubulars because clinchers are for freds. Wheels are Aerospoke. Front is neon pink, back is olive drab.

* Location: Belltown
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PostingID: 879216298
[/quote]

[quote=“CL ad”]Fixed Gear bike - $2000 (Belltown)
Reply to: sale-879216298@craigslist.org [?]
Date: 2008-10-14, 1:26PM PDT

Super styling fixed gear bike. This bike is for pros only - not for pussies riding the Burke Gilman. It’s perfect for riding in Belltown, Ballard or Capitol Hill.

All parts are NJS cuz when you’re riding on the streets it’s important to use the same shit as pro track racers in Japan. After all there’s hardly any difference between Belltown and the Shizuoka Nihon Keirin Gakko.

Frame is all steel and made by hand by Kurogane Koumaru in the foothills of Mt Fuji. This guy builds for all the top racers though his bikes always have someone else’s decals on them because that’s the pro way of doing it. If you haven’t heard of him then you don’t know anything about “party foul: please edit”. Go back to your Trek, loser.

Handlebars are chrome steel deep-drop with no grips or tape. When it’s pissing down rain and the temperature is in the 30’s it’s important not to have tape or grips getting in between your bare hands and the bars. The stem is an extra deep drop so your hands are down nice and low which is the perfect position to be in when honking up the hills in this town. Gearing is 52x12 which is perfect for the hills.

No brakes because real riders don’t need brakes. Just lock the pedals and skid - way better way to stop. Brakes are for old people and losers who don’t know how to ride.

Saddle is a Ketsunoana Ono model - again from Japan and only used by the pros. It’s all plastic, unpadded and extra skinny. Works great with skinny jeans. Nose is tipped way down so you don’t snag your junk.

Bike includes a custom embroidered top tube protector. Not keirin pro but you need it anyway.

Tires are tubulars because clinchers are for freds. Wheels are arr0spok. Front is neon pink, back is olive drab.

* Location: Belltown
* it's NOT ok to contact this poster with services or other commercial interests

PostingID: 879216298
[/quote][/quote]

Hahahaha, did it have a picture?

sounds tarck as fuck :bear:

[quote=“CL ad”]Fixed Gear bike - $2000 (Belltown)
Reply to: sale-879216298@craigslist.org [?]
Date: 2008-10-14, 1:26PM PDT

Super styling fixed gear bike. This bike is for pros only - not for pussies riding the Burke Gilman. It’s perfect for riding in Belltown, Ballard or Capitol Hill.

All parts are NJS cuz when you’re riding on the streets it’s important to use the same shit as pro track racers in Japan. After all there’s hardly any difference between Belltown and the Shizuoka Nihon Keirin Gakko.

Frame is all steel and made by hand by Kurogane Koumaru in the foothills of Mt Fuji. This guy builds for all the top racers though his bikes always have someone else’s decals on them because that’s the pro way of doing it. If you haven’t heard of him then you don’t know anything about “party foul: please edit”. Go back to your Trek, loser.

Handlebars are chrome steel deep-drop with no grips or tape. When it’s pissing down rain and the temperature is in the 30’s it’s important not to have tape or grips getting in between your bare hands and the bars. The stem is an extra deep drop so your hands are down nice and low which is the perfect position to be in when honking up the hills in this town. Gearing is 52x12 which is perfect for the hills.

No brakes because real riders don’t need brakes. Just lock the pedals and skid - way better way to stop. Brakes are for old people and losers who don’t know how to ride.

Saddle is a Ketsunoana Ono model - again from Japan and only used by the pros. It’s all plastic, unpadded and extra skinny. Works great with skinny jeans. Nose is tipped way down so you don’t snag your junk.

Bike includes a custom embroidered top tube protector. Not keirin pro but you need it anyway.

Tires are tubulars because clinchers are for freds. Wheels are arr0spok. Front is neon pink, back is olive drab.

* Location: Belltown
* it's NOT ok to contact this poster with services or other commercial interests

PostingID: 879216298
[/quote][/quote]

This guy must be pretty hardcore if he rides 52x12 brakeless on the street and grip/tapeless in the rain.

[quote=“CL ad”]Fixed Gear bike - $2000 (Belltown)
Reply to: sale-879216298@craigslist.org [?]
Date: 2008-10-14, 1:26PM PDT

Super styling fixed gear bike. This bike is for pros only - not for pussies riding the Burke Gilman. It’s perfect for riding in Belltown, Ballard or Capitol Hill.

All parts are NJS cuz when you’re riding on the streets it’s important to use the same shit as pro track racers in Japan. After all there’s hardly any difference between Belltown and the Shizuoka Nihon Keirin Gakko.

Frame is all steel and made by hand by Kurogane Koumaru in the foothills of Mt Fuji. This guy builds for all the top racers though his bikes always have someone else’s decals on them because that’s the pro way of doing it. If you haven’t heard of him then you don’t know anything about “party foul: please edit”. Go back to your Trek, loser.

Handlebars are chrome steel deep-drop with no grips or tape. When it’s pissing down rain and the temperature is in the 30’s it’s important not to have tape or grips getting in between your bare hands and the bars. The stem is an extra deep drop so your hands are down nice and low which is the perfect position to be in when honking up the hills in this town. Gearing is 52x12 which is perfect for the hills.

No brakes because real riders don’t need brakes. Just lock the pedals and skid - way better way to stop. Brakes are for old people and losers who don’t know how to ride.

Saddle is a Ketsunoana Ono model - again from Japan and only used by the pros. It’s all plastic, unpadded and extra skinny. Works great with skinny jeans. Nose is tipped way down so you don’t snag your junk.

Bike includes a custom embroidered top tube protector. Not keirin pro but you need it anyway.

Tires are tubulars because clinchers are for freds. Wheels are arr0spok. Front is neon pink, back is olive drab.

* Location: Belltown
* it's NOT ok to contact this poster with services or other commercial interests

PostingID: 879216298
[/quote][/quote]

This guy must be pretty hardcore if he rides 52x12 brakeless on the street and grip/tapeless in the rain.[/quote]

He used to mess

I’d buy it.

[quote=“sail away!”][quote=“crushkilldestroy”]

This guy must be pretty hardcore if he rides 52x12 brakeless on the street and grip/tapeless in the rain.[/quote]

He used to mess[/quote]
I heard he’s a strong rider. And a good guy.