The fixed-gear bicycle is the grandfather of every bike you see today: Before derailleurs and freewheels, there was one ever-spinning gear. The Tour de France was a fixed-gear event up until WWI, and today’s fixed-gear enthusiasts use the bikes for track and criterium racing, time trials, and bike messenger use. Most riders, though, just enjoy the experience of mashing the pedals to go and pulling up on them to stop; it's the purest interference between you and the bike.
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