Paint doesn't hide rookie welds very well
spotter came through! looks good
He really always does <3
It looks super nice mate!
I need to go to my workshop to pick up parts for this. All I have been able to do so far is this:
That looks and feels wrong, where is the inner tube?
Cotton tape for that Radavist look mate :)
I wonder if there is need for a semi regular UK->DK drop ship after the £ crashes into the post Brexit crater
Re: Tape on chainstay
It's the mix of gloss and matte that looks odd imo.
For what it's worth the cotton tape on my CdF is fine with no extra tape to hold it on
If you lot leave the EU the import duties will probably negate the profits of the exchange rate...
Congratulations on procreation! Do I detect a hint of post delivery mania in these last pages, soon to be replaced by adrenaline depletion and a slight decrease in bike production? Let's hope not, but take care.
Next up, fillet brazed baby cot and full suspension push chair
There is always thinkering
Hot the steerer on my Gravel thingy cut down and dynamo mounted properly. Not sure how great the wiring looks but I have done it as neatly as I could
My parental / new job / summer present for myself. I should have bought one of these years ago.
Got some tyres for the cargo project in the post. Maxxis Refuse 27.5 x 2.0" and Grifter 20 x 2.4".
Just waiting for rims, spokes and front hub.
Nice ! I'm interested by the width of your front tire once on the rim.
I took some Torch but found them a bit little.
I shall report back. Rim is 25mm internal
curry is a bit nice
Yeah I think you are right. Might have to go for matte as I am not sure of my local powder coaters ability
+1 will look great!
... or glossy with flakes
Flakes are for snakes
+1 on the curry
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