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Win a copy of Fixed book
10.11.09 by Buffalo Bill

Fixed, a book about ‘global fixed-gear culture’, is out this month. There’s pics and words and all that sort of booky stuff. You can check out what the book looks like over here.

The publishers have been kind enough to let me have 3 copies to give away to Moving Target readers. So I thought I would have another competition. To win a copy of the book, all you have to do is answer the following question:

What is the name of the messenger who sold me my first fixed wheel bike?

Answers to movingtargetcomp@me.com, and the winners will be chosen using a random number. Entries must be received by midnight on Sunday 15th November.

The correct answer to the Knog competition was, of course, 1988, and the winner will be notified by email shortly.

Action movie with messenger as central character
Catch-up: HoP blames me for everything, Frankencat 30th October, Cyclodelic at White Nights, Fixed book
Austrian fakengers
The next big thing - fixies without handlebars
Cantgoslo
Latest news from Berlin - bring a brake!
Fixed Mag #3 launch Thursday 30th
God hates tyres - coming soon!
Fixie nonsense from Israel, hipster defined, Vanilla praised
Jack's back!

  1. I see MT has resorted to giving away crap in a vein attempt at exposing the life of Buff. What next, a chicken raffle, that’s right, win a frozen chicken, just tell me the year i got over 50 punctures.


    — Zack Speedfast    10 November 2009, 09:48    #
  2. Or win a didgeridoo that was sent back from a post office in Western Australia by answering this question:How many fingers am I holding up?


    — overdrive    10 November 2009, 10:30    #
  3. Oh, you’re just sore you didn’t get a name-check in the book.

    If you will insist on hiding your light under a bush, what do you expect, cobber?


    — Bill    10 November 2009, 10:42    #
  4. he he


    — overdrive    10 November 2009, 10:43    #
  5. Yes mate!I won.Woop woop


    — overdrive    16 November 2009, 13:32    #
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