budget bike shelter
budget bike shelter
Nice, Looks just like the one I made. Getting the pressure high still makes me wince when the bottle bulges.
Locking pliers work well also.
BRAVO! This is proper chefs-kiss.jpeg
All of the WAT - on a record mech FFS.
This thread has upped its game.
Bring back memories of making bottle rockets as a kid.
Nice! Anything you’d do differently? Would some old tubeless valves work instead of old presta valves from a tube? Did you have to remove the valve core to get them to seat?
No, works all right. Tubeless valves probably just as good. Yes, valve cores out or the whoosh isn’t enough to seat the tyres.
Flat mount to post mount adaptor bodge.
Front mech clamp to top tube shifter to brake noodle bodge.
Quill seatpost bodge. (This one is ongoing, I have to get a part machined for it. It's to fit into a frame that's had its seat clamp area removed.)
Bar bag adaptor bodge.
Front rack as rear rack bodge. (I may have posted this before.)
Front much turned into cable stop. This one was fun.
Top tube shifter! Amazing.
From a different angle.
Rapha top was left on the hob for too long, patched with the ruined sleeves. (Not sewn by me.)
DIY bagman. Didn't really work if i remember rightly.
Litespeed gusset addition. (Not welded by me.)
I think another front mech clamp turned into a light mount.
Think I've posted this one before too. Rear disc tab addition. (Not welded by me.)
Flat pedal adaptors. Never used them to be honest.
Chainring bolt reducer jig. To convert triple or doubles into singles obvs.
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