TomServo wrote:The only steering problem I had was turning corners inside BRC. Really large turn radius!! On the playa, it went straight, and very fucking fast! Not sure what we did, but the gearing was JUST RIGHT! I kinda liked hanging off the handlebars. Though it's NOT something I could ride hands free, it was extremely comfortable!
Elliot wrote:Much good info, I’m sure.
Then, if you wish to pursue a veritable university degree in bicycology, there is the late great Sheldon Brown.
Sheldon Brown was a life-long Major Bicycling Enthusiast and Bicycle Technician who assembled an encyclopedic cornucopia of bicycle knowledge on a web site sponsored by his employer Harris Cyclery. After his passing a few years ago the web site is being maintained and even expanded by his colleagues.
It will take you a while to plow thru all his Wondermuss Stuff to find what you think you are looking for, but when it comes to traditional bicycle technology it is a-l-l there.
Martiansky wrote:Unjon, do you happen to have a picture of your idea by chance?
I was just talking to my sister about a basket for the front of her bike.
For my the back of my trike I found one of those wire linen drawer basket and another only a few inches deep for the lid.
Im a little worried about thestrngth because the wire isnt as thick/strong as a normal trike basket is.
Found some alien fabric to make a liner for it.
TomServo wrote:Did you ever ride the Beast?
TomServo wrote:... been riding it as much as possible. mostly to and from the pub down the street...getting acclimated to it.
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