Monthly Archives: January 2017

The Revolutionaries by bud_hammerton – Shapeways Shops

Specializing in unique bicycle related device mounting options.

Source: The Revolutionaries by bud_hammerton – Shapeways Shops

I was looking for a clean way to mount an item on my bike and found this guy. He offers a pretty comprehensive variety of different types of mounts for action cams, computers, lights and other junk we need to mount. Everything is offered in a various colors, materials and finishes. They are a bit pricey and you can’t be in a hurry because they’re made on demand using 3d printers. Turnaround time is about 2 weeks.

From Concept to Ride

Aaron Holmes did a really interesting presentation on his Black Walnet bike last Tuesday, January 10th at the Wooster Library. He started with the concept, research and design process. Then he showed photos of the step-by-step evolution of turning 4/4 boards into a built up, laminated wook frame. He brought along the templates he used to hollow out the insides and someo of the scrap pieces showing the laminations and rough look of the frame before sculpting, sanding and finishing. This was probably the best two hours of the entire winter so far (outside of the holidays). Thanks Aaron for a great evening.

105-year-old Frenchman sets new hour record – Gallery | Cyclingnews.com

At 22.547km, Robert Marchand is still the fastest centenarian in the world

Source: 105-year-old Frenchman sets new hour record – Gallery | Cyclingnews.com

This is my new hero. I hope one day I can challenge Robert’s world record!