RedLine Nacho

Yup this is is my rendition of the Swobo Sanchez. Since the Sanchez hit the scene, the bike has become such a popular item. So I decided to come up with my own “Sanchez Style” bike. I enlisted the help of my Redline 925. Since Swobo had a Spanish/Mexican name to their bike, I decided to call my Redline….NACHO!

Redline Nacho

Not not like Nacho as in the food. But that does sound good right about now…mmmm nachos….Anyhow, I call it the REDLINE NACHO because…its NACHO-Bike. For all the gringos out there…it means-Nacho: “Not Yours”….thus NACHO Bike….Not your bike…get it?

Oh did you notice that my Nacho helped me become a man. That’s right, the Nacho has no brakes! So now I have to really become good at riding my fixie since all the stopping power will be my legs.

redline nacho

What’s cool is with the Nacho set up, I have more leverage on my bars to be able to climb hills with out any issues. Before when I had my bull horns, It was a pain to climb since the bars were too narrow.


  1. Priscilla June 4, 2007 1:50 pm 

    That’s a sexy bike you got there… 😉

  2. RL Policar June 4, 2007 1:53 pm 

    a Sexy Man has to have a Sexy Bike.

  3. Nick June 4, 2007 7:31 pm 

    Too narrow… that’s so funny. It just goes to show how much of bike fit is a personal preference. My bullhorns are 38cm, cut very short, and I don’t like using any other bars. I think I’d have a much harder time skidding with bars that wide.

    But you do what you gotta do to make it through those climbs, man – you know I’d leave you panting my dust, he he.

  4. RL June 5, 2007 12:54 am 

    It must be the mountain biker in me that prefer wider bars. My bull horns, though they were just the right width for me when I rode, I felt they were a bit too narrow when climbing.

    Leave me in the dust? yeah I’m sure. I’m a slow rider. But I do that on purpose. I mean if I were zipping around town to fast, then the people can’t view and enjoy all this sexiness that is called RL.

  5. chris June 19, 2008 8:08 pm 

    no brakes… rofl

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