Saturday, 15 August 2009
Any Old Iron
Wash yourself in immence joy by making a bracket from a bit of scrap metal. No CNC machine necessary. No credit card necessary. No eBay necessary. Just the eye of the sculptor who can release the form from within. A junior hacksaw and a file are handy.
(this little fella is for a speedo pick-up which will sit on the inside-leg of the fork, where it will read the rotating marker on the wheel rim. The little holes aren't for lightness, they're so the Araldite glue gets a better footing. The tiny Sekonic Sport speedo is designed for mountain bike use, but is good for 999mph (apparently) and has settings for time / trip / average speed etc etc)