Did you measure twice?
Would be key
This setup it is like a factory-stonewashed jeans. It is just not quit right.
You have to invest time and some discomfort for the quality comfort and best result. No shortcuts.
The saddle is not mine by the way ;)
Frame protector against dropped chains
Forgot my fork for lunch, bit of isopropyl and the least dirty rag, all good.
Another recycle converted a rear rack into a front trendy rack chopped it down a bit just need to try it later.
Not my bike !
Nice, how'd you sort the difference in clamp dia? Just some tape?
Spring snapped on my vbrake mid ride
Cable ties are so often the answer.
I like how you've colour-co-ordinated your hack with your avatar.
Zip tie as a tape dispenser:
The first suggestion was to cable tie my shoe to the pedals (sole is separating from upper) so I could ride brakeless, which I also liked
My name change was all leading up to this moment! They also match the green on my frame bag <3
Light mount snapped, of course none of the other ten mounts in the spares box fit, a drill and some zip ties saves the day as usual. Idk why the pic uploads rotated.
Great hack and very much in the spirit of this thread.
Pretty cool, what’s it made of? Beer can? Why not use helitape or something?
Is made from a bit
of aluminium .my mate ask me to make it .do as ask.
Chain could do with some love, but maybe it runs fine?
That must weight a tonne!
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