Fixed-Gear Bicycle | Fixie

Set of measured drawings of a Fixed-Gear Bicycle (Fixie) in elevation and plan views

A fixed gear bicycle, or a fixie, is a bike with its cog tied directly to its back wheel with its chain. The fixed gear bicycle cannot change gears, which can make it more difficult to ride uphill. The back wheel cannot move independently of the pedals. So, when going downhill, the pedals will continue to spin, requiring the rider to be careful to not take a pedal to the shin or lose control.

Fixed-Gear Bicycles have a total length between 66”-67.375” (167.6-171.1 cm), width of 20” (50.8 cm), and height in the range of 38”-41.5” (96.5-105.4 cm). Fixed-Gear Bicycles weigh roughly 26 lb (11.8 kg).

Details

*Under Development*

Height:
38”-41.5” | 96.5-105.4 cm
Width:
20” | 50.8 cm
Depth:
Length:
66”-67.375” | 167.6-171.1 cm
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Weight:
26 lb | 11.8 kg
Model:
Make:
Year:

Properties

Drawings include:
Fixed-Gear Bicycle side elevation, front, back, top

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A bicycle is a human-powered vehicle able to transport people by pedaling to move a chain connected to the rear wheel. Attached to the frame are handlebars for people to grab to steer the front wheel. Bicycles are allowed by state law to be ridden on the roadway or specific off-road trails.

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38”-41.5” | 96.5-105.4 cm
20” | 50.8 cm
66”-67.375” | 167.6-171.1 cm
26 lb | 11.8 kg
Fixed-Gear Bicycle
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50.800
171.100
11.800
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Fixed-Gear Bicycle