Those cake serving tray spoke protectors are IT! Item 9! Bees Knees!Here are a few, a spot light from a 1920’s English taxi, a knife light switch, old cake serving plates, a propeller made from old bolts and a tinker toy piece, and a spittoon and a lockView attachment 143529View attachment 143530View attachment 143531View attachment 143532View attachment 143533View attachment 143534View attachment 143535
Clever, both in post and usage.So much imagination and cool stuff on this thread. These creations make my bikes look bare bones and keep it simple stupid in comparison. And you're giving me ideas.
Here's something little I did with the previous one, I had some spikes lying around and they make perfect holder for the skirt guard. Btw, in Finnish the nickname of these the rat spike.(Literal translation is "rat rivet" = rottaniitti.) There is no coincidence. View attachment 143573
Thanks.Clever, both in post and usage.
If I may ask,. What do you use the spikes for, that you just had them.. "Lying around"?
Neat! Anyway, all dynamos I've had (which was ages ago since I haven't had one in use for a long time now.) have been the usual, need to pull the whole thing by hand to use it. I remember thinking about it already when I was kid, they're unpractical as heck. Would be really cool to make some sort of switch to operate it.No sir, there is a little lever that moves the dynamo wheel into contact with the tire. You can see it in front of the bolt holding the brake shoe.