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Fixed-Gear Hubs:

Origin8 / Formula

Hubs on this page are for "track" type chainline, approximately 42 mm, frame spacing 120mm - 130mm.

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Origin8

We now carry Formula cartridge bearing hubs, under the Origin8 name, as our stock fixed-gear hubs.

These hubs are also featured on some of our stock wheels.

Origin8 Hubs Origin8 Flip-flop hubs

HU105 36 hole Front Silver buy button

HU109 36 Hole Rear Silver buy button

Double-sided fixed/fixed rear hub in 120 mm spacing, (adaptable up to 130 mm) with standard track 42 mm chainline to fit most track frames and many road bike conversions.

Designed with a look reminiscent of the classic Campagnolo Nuovo Record, with milled flanges with lightening holes.

These hubs have HOLLOW CORE lightweight heat-treated axles. Good quality track nuts, large serrated locknuts to keep them from slipping.

Sealed cartridge bearings. Does not include lock ring for fixed gear cogs (but if you leave the lockring off, you can install singlespeed freewheels on one or both sides.)

Axles are not readily changeable, so these really can't be converted to quick release.





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Sprockets and Freewheels

Fixed gear sprockets are now listed on our Fixed-Gear Sprocket Page

Single-Speed Freewheels are now listed on our Singlespeed Page

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Single-speed Freewheels

Freewheel compatibility notes:

3/32" freewheels can be used either with narrow (3/32") or wide (1/8") chain with no problem.

Freewheels can fit on fixed-gear hubs with no problem, just leave off the lockring.

Single-Speed Freewheels are now listed on our Singlespeed Page

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Single Stack Bolts, set of 5 CR001 buy button

Single stack bolts
It looks really goofy to ride a fixed gear with a useless extra chainwheel on your crank. These track-style stack bolts are the right length to hold a single chainwheel to your crank. They fit all modern cranks.
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