Design for the Real World: Fixed Gear Bike


Saturday, July 02, 2005

With only one speed, no flywheel, and no brakes, the fixed-gear reduces the modern bicycle to its most basic machinery. In today’s Design for the Real World, graphic designer and amateur racer Naz Hamid tells why he loves to ride on the wild side. Produced by Jonathan Menjivar.


Jonathan Menjivar

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