4 April 2012

4 April 2012

On my geared 29er I run a single chainring, so of course some sort of chainkeeper is needed. Making a custom one means not requiring any adjustability, which keeps it simple and light. Mine has been working great, silent and un-noticed, apart from never dropping the chain! I was just asked to make another, so once I got the measurement from seattube to chainring I could machine the plastic keeper to spec and make the band to suit the seattube diameter.

In other news it has been very wet and mostly cold here in Eugene; so I still haven’t gotten to ride my new race bike yet…. first race is only a week and a half away!


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  1. Love it. You’ve got skills! Just watched your NAHBS video with MTBR.com…lovely 29er.



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