Lets see the cockpit

LeetleGreyCells

Cycliste en formation
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Piccture as requested, Junior ordinary cycle late 1870's very early 1880's,seat and pedals not original but was made a few years ago so the then owner could ride it in a 10k ride, I am currently in the process of making some spokes for it,
That would be great to ride! Thanks for the photo.
 

Elybazza61

Veteran
Couple of recently updated cockpits.

The Robinson has had a quick change just to fit the Exposure light ready for the dark mornings which are on the way;

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Second is the Ridley X-Trail which now has a longer Genetic stem and Genetic Digest bars plus some freebie Ambrosia bar tape;

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plantfit

Veteran
Location
Lincolnshire
[QUOTE 5376587, member: 9609"]I don't understand the pedals on it ? how do they work[/QUOTE]

The crank arms are fixed to the hub same as a childs trike,the pedals aren't original to the bike,they were just made up so a previous owner could ride it in a 10k ride, original pedals would be similar to old style twin rubber affairs
 
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jowwy

jowwy

The bearded Powerhouse
Here's apicture of another Ordinary cycle pedal/crank setup only this one has a pedal as opposed to the stirup type, hope this explains how it works

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Totally off topic
 

palinurus

Legendary Member
Location
Watford
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This is the commuter.

The Hope light is under the bars because I whacked my head on it once when I had an off. Also have an IQ Cyo on the fork.

Fixed, just the front brake but I like riding on the hoods. Could get bullhorns, never seem to get around to it.
 
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