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Old 2017-11-26, 09:11 PM   #15
Vogelfrei80
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Originally Posted by Mikefule View Post
I think a small number of close ratio fixed 3 speed hubs were made, probably back in the 1950s or thereabouts. At one time they had quote an extensive range. I remember when the derailleur "5 speed" was an exciting new idea. Before that, the choice was single speed or Sturmey Archer - at least for ordinary people wanting bikes for normal use.

However, Wikipedia shows that they reintroduced a 3 speed fixed hub in 2009:

<<Three-speed fixed gear hub[edit]
In 2009 Sunrace Sturmey-Archer re-introduced a three-speed fixed gear hub, the S3X.[11] This gives ratios of 100/75/62.5 (i.e. the top gear is direct drive and the others are geared down from it) and the internals are based on the newest five-speed freewheel hub (in the same way as the original fixed ASC was based on the contemporary FC four-speed hub).>>

193 (193 GBP) https://www.bicyclehero.com/gb/sturm...SABEgKOKfD_BwE

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sturme...fixed_gear_hub
Already know about that but as I said before it has a splined driver only on the right side! My crancks are not connected each other directly. They use 2 chains each per side to drive the hub
IF ANYONE KNOWS A FIXED GEARED HUB DRIVEN BY BOTH SIDE I'LL BUY IT AND TEST IT FOR YOU. ...I'm gonna open a new thread
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