Hot and Sandy

Travel writing, pictures and stuff for people I know. Quite a lot of cycling talk, and some semi-controlled ranting. Hiking, outdoor and two-wheeled stuff, perhaps a little computing when it's worth talking about. Meandering thoughts.

Friday, July 20


I had an old Kona Cindercone frame (Joe Murray era, RaceLight tubing) I was using as a singlespeed in London. About 6yrs ago I procured some Paul Components fixed ends and thought it would be cool to mod the old Kona to be a fixie. Well I just got round to it. More detailed build story another time, the headline for now is that Chas Roberts "fixed" it for me, ha ha. He did an amazing job. More soon! Look at the gallery, filed under bikes! I'm calling it FIBUA (google) because of its origins and because it's a stripped down and brutally fast commuter.


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