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- A track bicycle or track bike is a bicycle optimized for racing at a velodrome or outdoor track. Unlike road bicycles, the track bike is a fixed-gear bicycle and so has a single gear and neither freewheel nor brakes. Tires are narrow and inflated to high pressure to reduce rolling resistance.
- A bicycle made for track (also called "velodrome") racing. These bikes resemble road-racing models but have only one gear and no brakes. The gear is "fixed," which means you can't coast. You control speed by holding back on the pedals.
- A very simple bike used for track racing. It has a single-speed gear without freewheeling and there are no brakes.
- The central part of a wheel, rotating on or with the axle, and from which the spokes radiate
- The Hot Rod Patrol are a team of four Autobot Micromasters in the Transformers universes. Its members include Big Daddy, Greaser, Hubs and Trip-Up.
- A place or thing that forms the effective center of an activity, region, or network
- (hub) the central part of a car wheel (or fan or propeller etc) through which the shaft or axle passes
- (hub) a center of activity or interest or commerce or transportation; a focal point around which events revolve; "the playground is the hub of parental supervision"; "the airport is the economic hub of the area"
Hub Fans Bid Kid Adieu: John Updike on Ted Williams
On September 28, 1960-a day that will live forever in the hearts of fans-Red Sox slugger Ted Williams stepped up to the plate for his last at-bat in Fenway Park. Seizing the occasion, he belted a solo home run- a storybook ending to a storied career. In the stands that afternoon was 28-year-old John Updike, inspired by the moment to make his lone venture into the field of sports reporting. More than just a matchless account of that fabled final game, Hub Fans Bid Kid Adieu is a brilliant evocation of Williams' competitive spirit, an intensity of dedication that still "crowds the throat with joy."
Now, on the 50th anniversary of the dramatic exit of baseball's greatest hitter, The Library of America presents a commemorative edition of Hub Fans, prepared by the author just months before his death. To the classic final version of the essay, long out-of- print, Updike added an autobiographical preface and a substantial new afterword. Here is a baseball book for the ages, a fan's notes of the very highest order.
My Lejeune Track Bike
Green Velocity's laced to Gold Phil high flange track hubs, 3x rear, radial front. Nitto Gold 36cm bars, Nitto Gold 90mm stem. Hattaswan pantographed headset. Sugino 75s, black 46 tooth, Izumi Chain, EAI Cog 16 tooth, Phil Lockring. MKS GR-9 pedals, Ale toeclips with red straps. Vittoria Rubino Pro tires. SR seatpost and a beat up Vetta seat. Future upgrades may include a seatpost to be anodized to match and a Brooks B17 Narrow.
Enik track bike (track setup, side view)
My recently rebuilt early-eighties Enik track bike, partially set up for the track (original fork, no brake). A second wheelset (not pictured) features Campy Record Pista high-flange hubs, Nisi rims with 22 mm Conti Sprinter tubulars and a 16t cog, and I usually exchange the XPedo clipless pedals for a pair of MKS Custom Nuevo clip'n'strap models.
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