Basically San Sebastian is a simple yet versatile TIG-welded 4130 cromo fixed gear / single speed frameset made in Taiwan and modeled largely on the old warhorse Surly Steamroller but with some specific tweaks to make it even better: relatively shorter top tube and taller headtube, bit higher bb and eyelets for full long fenders and a front rack. Price is 395€ for frame and fork. What more you need?
"100 year old sets first-ever hour record mark for his age group
The oldest ever track record has been established by the Frenchman Robert Marchand who, over two months after turning 100 years of age, travelled to the World Cycling Centre in Aigle, Switzerland and established the mark of 24.251 kilometres.
Amazingly, the last time he was on a track was long before world war II. As a result, he spent four days prior to setting the mark familiarising himself with the Aigle velodrome. “I haven’t cycled on a track for 80 years. You have to get used to the fixed gear. I prefer cycling outside but that is impossible at the moment,” he said. “I don’t want to catch the flu, so I am short on training.”"
"Biking has certainly become a much bigger deal again in recent years. Even with the entire fixed gear trend slowing down a little, people did get the message – biking is good for the city and for you. As such we come across cool bike accessories all the time and even fashion brands make sure that you are properly equipped."
"Syntace MTB handlebars are tested to the absolute highest standards. Our test protocol is the industry's most rigorous, and most closely reflects the types of loads encountered in real riding. We constantly test all products, including the tried-and-true"
I have no doubts about this. And I bet the machine would dig heavy sounds like these: