27 August 2008

Short on gears, long on style

Some Boston/Cambridge singlespeed ladies, each with her own look:
boston lady singlespeed
boston lady singlespeed
boston lady singlespeed

4 comments:

Pierre Phaneuf said...

The fixie subculture is pretty interesting in that it also has its own non-lycra styling. It reminds me a bit of punk or skater fashion, but not quite.

A required accessory is of course the neon orange top of a Kryptonite Evolution Mini protruding out of one of your back pockets.

lagatta à montréal said...

Yes, interesting in that regard. I don't "get" the appeal of fixies in an urban environment with some hills and slopes, but then, I'm an old fartess.

Anonymous said...

I'm in one of those pictures and I don't ride a ss. It's all fixed thanks

Anonymous said...

^^ Way to show you know nothing about bikes. A fixed gear is a type of single speed. Both of them allow you to ride with only a SINGLE gear. The fact that you had to comment to clear that up (but only made a fool out of yourself in doing so), is stupid and shows that you're stupid. Go back to Suicide Girls.