Street

 
Maximum Roadster

Here is how the Maximum Roadster has been developing. Ceramic bottom bracket is a noticeable improvement. I got it by accident while testing many crank configurations for another bike. I ended up using the inexpensive crank, with high end chainrings, and top of the line bearings. Practical. Great tires, and that skinny Stans front rim. [more…]

 
Inspection discovery avoids full suspension teardown and rebuild

The sleek carbon fiber and titanium, un worn out, Specialized Future Shock FSX Rock Shox was not holding air in one side. I liked this damn thing, it’s perfect for street riding; light, compact, and short travel. I went to start a tear down and investigate what could be the problem. Of course, I want [more…]

 

Users of the category of vehicle, wheeled nonmotorized, operate differently from pedestrians. They also do not act like motorized vehicles. And considering the risk of damage or injury from a mishap, the tolerance should be wide.

 
Roadster Max bicycle

The project started out to be as a Scorcher. Like those late 1800s simple, direct, bikes the scorcher guys rode.       But really, I need multispeed shifting and brakes here on the street, also I need to learn about disc brakes. Plus I need to learn more about larger 700c wheels. So, big [more…]

 
Roadster Max

I found a murdered-out 1 year old high end Specialized hybrid for sale. Frame was great, chipped and gunked like a retired delivery bike, but straight. The bike came with a rigid fork, and a smaller 26”, wide mountain bike wheel, with high end tire and rotor, but no brake.   2015 Specialized Crosstrail Sport [more…]

Mar 052017
 
 
SS - SuperStreet bicycle

This has been the best iteration of this bicycle design. I have ridden this frame a lot, mucho trial-and-error with component advances. The result became: Light, compact, and nimble, yet hard; intended for broken big city streets. Acceleration among traffic being a top priority for componentry harmony.    

 
Grocery Getter supreme.

This bicycle design worked out very well. Used it nearly every day. Get supplies, beer, lumber… Rigged for theft prevention security, and ease of use; it quickly adjusts so the wife can take it when she needs to get something.                

 

Street wheels for speedy bicycle conversion: http://www.amazon.com/Bicycle-Complete-wheelset-mountain-replacement/dp/B014Z0QYVY/ref=sr_1_2?s=outdoor-recreation&ie=UTF8&qid=1441478798&sr=1-2

 
Black and Blue

The latest in fixed gear urban riding performance of the day. Aluminum aero frame with steel plate fork ends. Easton carbon fiber seatpost. Carbon fiber handlebars with suede bar tape.  Selle Italia Trans Am saddle.  Cane Creek headset, Specialized tires, and more! The experiment here was to keep the entire machine, but especially to keep [more…]

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