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.

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As one of the original founders of BikeCommuters.com. He has helped build this site into one of the leading and oldest bicycle commuting blog sites. Filled with passion for everything two wheels, RL Policar covers a multitude of subjects from product reviews, news, articles and technical how to's.