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LeMesjeu

Member since Jul 2014 • Last active Sep 2021
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    I actually need something like that, but with backpak straps, outer pockets for lock/bidon/coffee, rolltop and lots of other features. I'll be in touch!

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    Standard Bullitt ones, should be able to get them from any Larry vs Harry supplier. Don't really know where you can get them, but I have found an EU source for me.

    For more consultation you can have a look into the assembly manual

    I think you should be able to produce similar results with regular bolts, washers and nyloc nuts. You would need some kind of standoff or a larger L bracket, but I guess it would still be cheaper than paying LvH tax.

    Ideal scenario would be to build your base a bit wider so it sits on top of the Bullitt frame, so you could just use regular L-brackets for the side panels. Would recommend using a fairly thick wooden base and countersunk hex bolts to attach it to the bike.

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    If you are feeling adventurous, rivnuts in the existing fork?

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    Put me down for one!

    I have had the same idea for a next project, functionalish fast bike that can take +32's and guards easily. Not necessarily fat tubes, but as long as it's stiff and around or under 8kg I'm happy.

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    Lucia at Velofique was recommended, have been going back and forth finalising the design past few days. Should look something like this.

    Much excite.

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    Did you say 2019 Supersix Evo HM disc?

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    Let's just hope Specialized is setting a trend here that other manufacturers will follow.

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    The advantage of the push bike is that it doesn't have any pedals so I just loop the frame to the canopy bars.

    I imagine strapping a regular bike to the frame of the Bullitt itself would be more cumbersome.

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    Dad biking on the Bullitt is the only biking I really enjoy lately. Took the girls out for a "tour de playground" last sunday, picnick in the woods and an ice cream at the ens. Epic day.

    Voile straps also a good investment to strap a push bike to the side of the canopy.

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