After a quick net search it seems like the Trek would have the currently usual vertical dropouts, which means that fine adjustments of the chain tension will be hard to do, and the ability to fine tune chain tension is really important for a fixie. There are ways around this though, boutique hubs with assymmetric axles, half links, ghost, or floating sprockets, or maybe you'll just get lucky with the way things fit from the beginning (and will put ut with the service intervals. So yeah, the Trek can be made into a fixie, but it'll cost some, and the chain tension, and probably chain line as well will require some tinkering to get right.
Well, a track bike is a bike dedicated for use on a velodrome. It has a fixed gear, no brakes, often a steel drop bar and some other features. But with a but of determination you can stick a fixed gear rear wheel in any kind of bike. The wouldn't make it a track bike, but would make it a fixie. If you want to be hard core in your fixie riding, the "purest" is of course to ride a track bike in traffic too.
If you haven't ridden a bike before at all I'd suggest that you don't start with a fixie. If you already know how to ride, and want to take up fixie riding, then go for a bike with front + rear brakes and good pedal-to-ground clearance(=short cranks).
Kinda-sorta. There are a couple of trikes, (like bigwheel) with the pedals stuck solidly to the front hub, these would be fixies, and for kids. Apart from that, fixies tend to be adult sized. It'd be entirely possible to build a kid-sized fixie, by simply building up a kid-sized rear wheel around a fixie hub. But I can't really see the point. A single-speed is almost as durable, and a lot easier to ride.
You cannot. By definition, a composite number is not prime and you cannot make it prime.
26 is a composite number.
how do you make pocket bike turbo or where do you buy it i need it for my f4-15 pocket bike 49cc
Bob the builder is the first person to make a motor bike
how to make a pocket bike faster.
the best bike is a handicap bike
Sure you can make your own bike, as long as you have all the right tools, equipment, and pieces to construct your bike.