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3 months ago


I love getting to make a kid’s day. This was a final assembly and adjustment on a brand spanking new bike that will be received for a little girl’s birthday very soon.
Happy birthday Quinn! Your new bike is the bees knees and that color is 🔥🔥🔥!
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5 months ago


Haven’t posted up much about my business. I’m still living in Berlin (I’ll be back in a year Ft Collins!), and it’s been great. It’s also been a voyage trying to figure out how to do the mobile bicycle repair done on a micro scale as I don’t have a shop van like I do back home, and have fewer tools. But I can still do a great deal to keep old bikes running and repair broken bikes.
This cool old dude has been in my customer’s garage for over 20yrs and has some serious sentimental value. Well the drivetrain was malfunctioning and was in serious need of refreshing. So we did a new cassette, crankset and chain. New cables and an overall cleanup has this old steel frame feeling crisp and tight.
Thanks, Chris, for the business and hope you enjoy getting back out there. @ Berlin, Germany
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8 months ago


My time here in Germany has showed me a different outlook on cycling, one that is more utilitarian. While I will never fall out of love with a light and fast road bike or a gnarly mtb, the comfy cruisers and townie bikes have a definite place in my heart. Anyway, in Germany, if you ride at night you are required to have lighting. In most cases, lighting is powered by tiny generators. The generators on bikes, called ‘dynamos’, and the associated lights are something I hope to bring back to the US when we return.
A dynamo, when paired with a dynamo headlight, provides a safe, bright light to see the path in front of you. Even more importantly, it makes you much more visible to others! The coolest part is that the electricity is generated by the spinning of the wheels in a couple different ways. In all ways it means that you never have to change batteries or charge your headlight again.
This setup has some extra bells and whistles: A usb-c port for charging devices and a built-in battery module to charge devices at very low speeds when the dynamo isn’t producing enough power to charge.
If you have questions, message me or leave a comment!
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