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    Finalized the order for the drivetrain on the fixed gear. It is shot to hell and back. Is it shark week? You would think so by looking at the teeth on my chain ring. New FSA ring ordered in a 48T instead of the 49T that I have because I can't get a 49 through Q. KMC chain and SRAM chain ring bolts as well as a Surly 15T stainless steel cog. Will be here Friday and am hoping to get it installed on the bike but that might be hard to do since I will be working until close at the bike shop.
    The pedals turn, not just the left one, but the right one too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Harold View Post
    Got my Vaya's new shoes installed. Dropped about 2lbs of rotating weight (and it's still got tubes!) just by swapping tires. These are a touch narrower, but should make a HUGE difference for the long rides I've got coming within the next week. Tallying things up in my head, I think I'm going to hit 200mi on my Vaya within the next 7 days all told.


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    Thanks to Mr. Pink's posts about that Shapeways adapter, I bought one for my Vaya and my Magicshine light. Mine's a touch different, though. This one says it's for bikes with disc brakes, which looks like it means it just doesn't have clearance for a regular road caliper. I also bought a Shapeways Cree light GoPro adapter, but it's more or less poo. It won't fit my Magicshine, and it won't fit my other Chinese LED light. So to get everything set up, I had to steal a vancbiker machined alu adapter from another light I have. I guess I'm just going to have to order another one of those for the light I took this one from.
    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Pink57 View Post

    A 3D printed fork crown GoPro mount from shapeway and a LNM Urban GoPro mount, wonder what's going to happen next?
    The 3D printed fork crown mount I bought fell apart last week. It cracked straight down from the bolt hole and was done. I can't find anything else that would work as a direct replacement, so it's back to a handlebar mount for me.

    Guess my commute is too bumpy? I dunno. A machined aluminum version of this would probably work and hold up, but I don't see anyone making one. I might drop a line to vancbiker to see if he'll make one to complement his GoPro adapter for the Chinese lights.

    I have also priced out what it'd cost me to go to a dynamo hub setup. Definitely my long-term plan, but don't think I can swing it just yet.

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    I don't know if this mount will do:

    HD Caliper Brake B&M470H1 Listed on Peter White's site under Mounting Dynamo Lights.

    I have been using it with twin aimable DIY head lamps:





    Ignore the handlebar mounted light:

    Aimed out for daytime to be more visible to cross street drivers:



    At $2.75 the shipping costs more than the part.

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    The front brake pads on that Mercian are installed backwards. The open end should be located at the rear of the holder.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GRAVELBIKE View Post
    The front brake pads on that Mercian are installed backwards. The open end should be located at the rear of the holder.
    Thanks. They were freshly and too quickly installed and fixed after the picture. Almost five years ago.

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    I don't think that mount will work. I can't find anything aside from the 3D printed mounts that will use GoPro mounting. So for now, my light has the stock handlebar mount installed again and the light is up on the bars.

    I think I'm going to try this one out, but it's still plastic so I'm not 100% convinced:
    https://www.bikeshophub.com/accessor...ts-p-2378.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harold View Post
    I don't think that mount will work.
    Not as is, no. The bolt holes allow you to attach the mount you need. A piece of PVC pipe with a lug (inside bracket flanges) or two (outside bracket flanges) epoxied on with a bolt hole(s) * nuts, bolts, spacers and lock washers as needed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrianMc View Post
    Not as is, no. The bolt holes allow you to attach the mount you need. A piece of PVC pipe with a lug (inside bracket flanges) or two (outside bracket flanges) epoxied on with a bolt hole(s) * nuts, bolts, spacers and lock washers as needed.
    Yeah, I don't want to cobble stuff together. Vancbiker is willing to machine what I need from aluminum and is working out pricing for me. Cool dude.

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    started turning this into a commuter bike
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    Some of you guys are doing some cool stuff! Me, I'm limited to installing fenders. I always cut the rear down as I don't need more in my area.
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    Ends up looking like this.

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    did a bunch of work getting it together today.....

    bike: 86 schwinn sierra-free
    pedals-$14
    grips-$8
    seat-$15
    bell-$16
    handlebars-$12
    tires-$22
    rack-$3
    crate-free
    lights-$40
    reflectors-$4.50
    chain-$10
    bags-$30
    fenders-free, made with stuff I had laying around
    water bottle cages- free from personal parts bin

    still need to finish installing the taillights and install some little round reflectors.....running knobbies for them dirt and mud shortcuts...lol
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    Got my commuter bike almost done.....added some reflectors and reflective strips put on....also turned a leather bag into a pannier using a few carbineers
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    I managed to put a significant dent into the rim of my commuter bike a couple weeks ago. At least that's the only time I can remember an event that would have been able to cause the dent. I found it a couple days ago while cleaning the bike after a recent rainy/muddy ride.

    So yesterday I ordered a new wheel. A Sun Rhynolite laced to a Deore 525 hub. Nothing special, nothing expensive, but less expensive and time consuming than buying a rim and lacing it to my existing hub. It should be here on Friday or Saturday. Until then I've trued my wheel laterally and bent the beadseat/sidewall back in to place, but I can't get rid of the ~5mm hop in the rim.

    My next purchases will hopefully be new shoes and a new backpack/pannier as both will probably need to be replaced in the next six months or so.
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    I keep bar swapping between tri base bars and drops on my fixed gear. The drops are awesome and are just about perfect but I have noticed that I am getting some wrist pain while riding so they came off this am and the base bars went back on. I think that if I had hoods on there it would be exactly what I am wanting, however, I am far too vain to run hoods on drops on a fixed gear with only a front brake and that dummy lever. So back to the base bars it is.
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    Finally getting around to getting the fenders back on the CX bike for winter/wet commuter duty. Forecast here calls for a warm up and that means wet roads for sure. I despise fenders with every inch of my body and soul but they help. Earlier this year they came off as soon as possible and they probably will again as soon as spring hits here. Fenders, you are a pain in my rear end, even if you have been mounted and adjusted once already on the bike. Front is done, took a break after doing that and redoing the cable position on the bars and rewrapping. Going to move to the back of the bike here shortly.
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    I have commuted twelve years in a row...(big deal)

    Anyway the first 11 years I never had a RD jockey pulley bolt come loose...

    This year I had a JP bolt come loose and total wrap up a Shimano XTR RD.

    Yesterday the replacement SRAM 10 speed RD jP bolt comes loose in the driveway...no damage but WTF.

    Am I pedalling crookedly or what???

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    Frozen bearing? If it is the lower pulley and the bearing froze it would be applying a torque in the direction to unscrew it.

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    I always take jockey pulleys off once a year for a clean and lube. I've always used a touch of blue Loctite on the bottom pulley bolt as taught by my father. I never really thought of why. Bed, you made a light come on! My brains getting old. That hurts!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bedwards1000 View Post
    Frozen bearing? If it is the lower pulley and the bearing froze it would be applying a torque in the direction to unscrew it.
    Nope bearing in good shape...

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    I meant frozen with water contamination.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bedwards1000 View Post
    I meant frozen with water contamination.
    Oh okay nope been dry and warm for the last three commutes and bearing was full of phil's tenacious oil...no salt no water.

    Oh and it was the top bearing...

    I am beginning to think the b screw might just be too close and the RD is vibrating too much when the chain goes over the teeth ????

    anyway I locktited it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeffscott View Post
    Oh and it was the top bearing...
    That blows the whole theory. Re-filing it under the chit happens category.

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    Vancbiker finished up the aluminum fork crown mount I asked for as a custom job.

    Here's my updated light mount setup.


    DSCF2712 by Nate, on Flickr

    I'm totally pleased with how this turned out. Nice and stout. Everything snugs up really nice, and shouldn't move or vibrate much on rough surfaces. I like that he threaded the bolt hole on the GoPro adapter side of things, so I don't need to use a nut there. If I do need to snug it up or otherwise adjust it while out on a ride, my multi-tool will be able to handle it no problem.

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    What I'm doing to my commuter, well, it's at the powder coat shop. I have a thread going in vintage. I am making some minor upgrades here and there. Also making sure it's ready to go another 25 years.

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    Raleigh Tamland

    So I've been using this bike for close to two years now, and I decided to make it a little more commuting/touring friendly.

    I swapped out the FSA Gossamer 50/34 crank with a Deore crank at a custom 42/26 to make a sub-compact touring double. New BB-M800 to go along with the crankset. Replaced the stock 12-30 cassette with an 11-32, so I now have a range of 103.1-21.9 gear inches. Also switched to the "long cage" 105 rear derailleur. Lastly, I added the SKS Chainboard which was an interesting thing to fiddle with on the installation but it came out great.

    I'm very happy with how everything came out, but I only have one ride on it so far after the changes.

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    I'm considering a chainboard myself. Unsure of the bb mount.

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    @OlMarin if you have any questions about it I will do my best to answer. My bike is a 68mm BB shell so I needed to use the provided spacers for the Deore crankset. The BB mount for the Chainboard (~1mm thick) just replaced one of the 2.5mm spacers, and I used a ~1mm spacer with it to make up for the difference.

    If you use a square taper or octalink BB/crankset then the installation would be even easier without the need for extra spacers.
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    Put some "fenders" on my yougest son's stryderbike from my own home made brand "recyclo-crappo-bottlo" .

    Since picasa was killed and replaces with google photos I can not insert pics directly in the post anymore, therefore just the links´(of which I hope that those at least work....):

    complete bike:
    https://goo.gl/photos/B4PkGrpxofZ7xPEP6

    front:
    https://goo.gl/photos/CS1vMTt71w6XwKRP7

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    Quote Originally Posted by Texico View Post
    @OlMarin if you have any questions about it I will do my best to answer. My bike is a 68mm BB shell so I needed to use the provided spacers for the Deore crankset. The BB mount for the Chainboard (~1mm thick) just replaced one of the 2.5mm spacers, and I used a ~1mm spacer with it to make up for the difference.

    If you use a square taper or octalink BB/crankset then the installation would be even easier without the need for extra spacers.
    Thanks for the info. I'm interested to see how it performs for you. I'm thinking about this and some of them fancy, schmancy platform pedals that also allow use of spuds.
    I also use the bike for daily mail run. It's only a 1/4 mile away, but just that little bit motivates me to go for a real ride. As a retired commuter, I sometimes need incentive.
    This would mean I can leave the blue jeans and boots on.
    And also, it seems for guys running in sloppy conditions it could make chain maintenance a bit easier. Wouldn't it keep it cleaner longer? Having done that, cleaning a filthy chain gets old.
    BTW I'm running a '90's Deore Lx with a 68. Standard square taper.

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    Worked on my 2nd bike today, the Dahon Cadenza folding bike. It has an excentric BB which was totally mucked up. Took the cranks off and had to hammer the BB out to the side (held a piece of wood against the axle to avoid damage). Cleaned everything with WD40, greased all parts and put it back together. Will probably get new screws this week that clamp the BB housing together.
    I am still not sure if I am going to keep the bike. If yes, I will use it for touring and will need a front wheel with a dynohub to charge phone/GPS/Camera, and I will have to get racks for front an rear. Fork doesnt have lowrider eyelets so will have to go for a Tubus Smarti, which can be installed on the Cantimounts.

    My other bike has annoying squeaking too and I am also suspecting the BB / Crankset. Its a Shimano HTII bearings with an FSA singlespeed crankset. Took the left crank off already, cleaned&greased it, and put it back on. I noticed that on the axle, 1 tooth of the toothwork was rounded a bit. Also a metal chip came out. Dont know how to take the axle out of the bearings though. The squeaking was still there afterwards so I will probably take it to the bikeshop to have them overhaul the bearings and BB threading. If that doesnt help its not the crankset but at least it is serviced again ;o))

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    Decided that my bikes will decidedly used with their intended purpose for the most part.

    Fixed gear will be fun/nice weather commuter.
    SS mtb will go back to knobbies and original gear ratio.
    CX bike will be dedicated commuter and fenders will remain on - will be putting a road cassette on.
    Fattie will remain fat - snow, dirt, whatever.
    CF endurance bike got a new bar/stem/wrap and was dropped off at the shop Saturday for new cables/housing. New bar is narrower and the stem is shorter so there is a mess of cables up front that looks just horrible. It has internal cables so I decided to let the manager at the shop do it instead of me.

    All of this time off the bike is bad for me. This is usually the part where I lose my mind and start micro adjusting things.
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    think I finally got my light setup done on my rockhopper commuter
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    Quote Originally Posted by TenSpeed View Post
    Decided that my bikes will decidedly used with their intended purpose for the most part.

    Fixed gear will be fun/nice weather commuter.
    SS mtb will go back to knobbies and original gear ratio.
    CX bike will be dedicated commuter and fenders will remain on - will be putting a road cassette on.
    Fattie will remain fat - snow, dirt, whatever.
    CF endurance bike got a new bar/stem/wrap and was dropped off at the shop Saturday for new cables/housing. New bar is narrower and the stem is shorter so there is a mess of cables up front that looks just horrible. It has internal cables so I decided to let the manager at the shop do it instead of me.

    All of this time off the bike is bad for me. This is usually the part where I lose my mind and start micro adjusting things.
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    What have you done to your commuter today?-dscn0276.jpg
    That orange and yellow monster posted above? I've, um, done a little to it.

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    Well it wasn't my bike but I took my wife's bike she bought from Costco a few years ago. I removed the tourney components and cheap crankset and added a nice icon crankset along with an all Acera group pulled from a cracked frame Giant. This Schwinn is a nice full suspension street cruiser but it's a really nice bike for her to have. Even the wheels were an upgrade. She tried it out.....said I am definitely getting a reward later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclingdutchman View Post
    My other bike has annoying squeaking too and I am also suspecting the BB / Crankset
    <<CUT>>
    so I will probably take it to the bikeshop to have them overhaul the bearings and BB threading. If that doesnt help its not the crankset but at least it is serviced again ;o))
    Bike was in the LBS last Friday and I had new bearings installed. Unfortunately the squeaking was still there

    Friday afternoon I removed the rear wheel and the slider dropouts. I had never removed those dropouts before, just loosened/tightened to tension the chain.

    It appeared that there were some lock washers under the bolts, that were totally wasted. They were of this kind:
    https://goo.gl/images/dl2dzf

    So I put in normal washers with a smooth surface - SILENCE :arf

    A bit annoying that I now have a pair of HT2 bearings laying around. If anyone in Europe or even Germany is interested: 5€ + shipping (internet price 13€ without shipping).

    But all in all I am still glad that that squeaking is gone. Drove me nuts the last week, plus the feeling that something might break and ruin even more.

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    Swapped out the Nuvinci 360 for a 3x10 system which seems strange to some I am sure but I wanted a lot more range so I went to about a 600% from 360% and a much better low end. I also added my salsa minimalist rack with a Wald 1372 basket up front.

    So far so good. Also to add to switching from a N360 is parts are pretty much at the ready versus me having to order everything.

    I also ordered a set of Velocity Cliffhangers for my Ogre which should arrive this week and I am swapped from an enabler fork to a Ogre fork to add a dynamo hub.
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    finally got the 7 speed conversion working flawlessly after a new front chain ring....little bit of fine tuning and its ready to go
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    ^ doesn't that crate hit your back while you are riding? Also wouldn't it make getting on and off the bike a bit more difficult?
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    the crate doesnt really effect my back much....I may modify it some....it does make it somewhat hard to throw the leg over.... you have to lean the bike over to mount it
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    Hey! Long time no talk! Got my bike down off the ceiling of the garage yesterday, and cleaned it up, lubed it, and replaced a bad tube and got pumped up and ready to go. My multi-use path is a ways off yet, still covered in snow. But I may consider using the roads, depending on weather, in the next few weeks. I gots the itch!

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    Why did I have to stumble upon this? Why, why, why?
    See post #1584..........
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    Selle Anatomica. Can't say what I think as I only have 1hr 40min on it. But it's different. So far not in a bad way.
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    I've been tempted to put one of these on my road bike. I'd love to hear what you think once it's broken in.
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