Ezy Superior quick release pedals and dynamo lighting for the toodling around bike.
Refining contact points and doing some routine disc brake maintenance.
Getting all my bikes dialed in for the new year. I put some very short reach Tumbleweed Big Dipper bars on!
It’s been a while! We did a short-lived 2x experiment, put on a thinner rear tire, switched to friction shifting, and racked up.
There’s some damage to the carbon fork on my Marin Nicasio. Time for a custom steel fork?
Started getting the Brompton dialed in so I can give it a proper try. Really liking it so far! I had to take it to a Brompton dealer for a slipping seatpost though.
My Hardtack gets its Rawland rack back and my daily driver gets a RIP Rack in GSC Rainbow Chrome.
Much closer to this bike’s final fit! We rode into the Marin Headlands, swapped some contact points, and got the dynamo lights on.
Here’s the nine-millionth iteration of my All-City Gorilla Monsoon that I’m prepping to live at the bike shop instead of my apartment. Bike camping loaner, woo!
Kat threw on the old Eagle drivetrain from my defunct All-City to finish the build. Now she can play around with bike fit and see how she likes it before its final configuration.
Maxing out the tire clearance and aligning the derailleur hanger on Kat’s new-to-her Bridgestone BB-1.
Attempting to solve the chain retention and shifting issues on my e-bike with a new drivetrain. Now it’s got a narrow-wide chainring, a clutched rear derailleur, and the extra chainline increases the gap so the chain can’t get stuck.