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return of the ARC frame

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I remember Dude bought this frame when I first started working here at fatlace.  Amazing to see what it’s been thru in the last few years having been ridden everyday. Clear coat chipped in spots and some surface rust here and there. Doesn’t bother him at all tho. It’s like a worn pair of denim or a combat wound, each scar is a memory and just adds to the patina.  Thanks for rollin’ by homie.

5 Responses to return of the ARC frame

  1. Fatlace

    Nice wheels..

  2. LS_Murk'd

    what type of front wheel is that, ive wanted one for my fixie for a while..

  3. It’s A Teny 26″ Mag Wheel. I Had One Before. Pretty Cool Looking Wheel But Kind Of On the Heavy Side. They Run For About $90 On eBay To $130 @ Local Bike Shops.

  4. Russel

    Not gonna lie, the frame geometry of that bike is horrible.

    • Fatlace

      Oh whaa.. lol. I guess you can’t appreciate a Kalavinka, Vivalo, Bomber Pro, Panasonic or an Umezawa keirin bicycle the frame was modeled after. You must ride one of those american made fixed gear bikes used for doing tricks.

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