A fixed-gear bicycle (or fixed-wheel bicycle, commonly known in the USA as a fixie) is a bicycle that has no freewheel, meaning it cannot coast — the pedals are always in motion when the bicycle is moving.
The sprocket is screwed directly onto a fixed hub. When the rear wheel turns, the pedals turn in the same direction. This allows a cyclist to stop without using a brake, by resisting the rotation of the cranks, and also to ride in reverse.
Recently, fixed-gear bikes have emerged as part of the hipster trend due to their appeal as a "vintage" accessory.
"O.M.G...how should we put these two bikes in the car? They (tires) are huge!" I said.
"We try first...one on the back seat, one in the boot..."
"How did they do it?! Waja bigger is it?" I wondered.
"I guess so...we try first."
Guess what...we took almost an hour to put these two bikes in!!! Seriously we don't know how to arrange them in place, plus, we unable to remove the front tires coz these type of bikes have gears!!! Tension gile!!! Looking up, its going to rain. I smsed Adib and told her, whatever it is, I WANT to ride this bike! Even if it's rain. Hahaha! And so we did ride :)
P/S: How we managed to put back the bikes in the car? Well, we left it to the pros. Now, my two butts hurt!!! Ouch!!!