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| WELL DONE!|
| The bakelite dyno hubs ranks as one of my favourite bike components in terms of aesthetics and functionality. A beautiful hub.|
| True. I will pass along a bit of advice from an old bike pal of mine. "The terminal screws don't take being knocked about, be gentle and do not over tighten." |
| True...If I ever find where that squirrel has stashed those nuts? |
| In truth ...My friend scrubs' (of twisted balmoral notoriety) work not mine ... I have passed on your regards .... I'll post some pix of the reconditioning of his AG hub - a mere 4 pounds / 1.8 kg...soon |
| Good afternoon Mark,|
I'm afraid this hercules isn't for sale (It resides in Melbourne Australia & bucks indiscriminately) - there's another one listed below that's much nicer.
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|same thing further away - opps - what the ... awww|
| I've heard of folding bicycles before... I thought it was the FRAME that folded up though. ;-)|
Larry "Boneman" Bone
|Just a photo of a twisted mudguard on an old bike|
Were you aboard when this happened? If so you were lucky to stay aboard. See a post from a month or so back on a similar tale. Shouldn't this be a mal-moral tale?
Matthew - in a (mud) flap.
| My mate Scrubs was riding with one leg - thus the stirrup - he was letting the other leg (& bung knee) hang, he got complacent, clipped the guard - the rest was as an abrupt over handle bar dismount as is possible to make.|
| Hope he's doing ok. Looks like the Balmoral faired reasonably well too.|
Any reason why he's running a Campagnolo pedal on the right, and a Raleigh rubber block on the left?
| I think the Campy pedal + toeclip is to allow pedaling one-footed; thus the "stirrup."|
| Check out my auctions for a great Brit bike (Hercules) and a lot of English bike bits. More to come...|
| Love the hercules & I'd like to bid on the chainguard bit - would you post to Australia?|