Ultimate Wheel (strange subject for a topic like handle bars, isn'

Ultimate Wheel (strange subject for a topic like handle bars, isn'

Post by Gen » Fri, 12 Dec 1997 04:00:00


->

-> I'd suggest to try the seat post, not the seat. I constucted the
-> handle bar for my 28" uni this way and it works great. Michael Kirsch
-> has tried attaching a handle bar directly to the seat, but the base
-> plate was not strong enough to withstand the forces it had to stand.
-> Another advantage of attaching it to the post is that you easily can
-> adjust the hight. And last but not least it's much easier to build.

-> Wolfgang

Any chance you could make a picture available on the net we could look
at?

GENE

 
 
 

Ultimate Wheel (strange subject for a topic like handle bars, isn'

Post by Steven Newcom » Sat, 13 Dec 1997 04:00:00

Quote:

>->

>-> I'd suggest to try the seat post, not the seat. I constucted the
>-> handle bar for my 28" uni this way and it works great. Michael Kirsch
>-> has tried attaching a handle bar directly to the seat, but the base
>-> plate was not strong enough to withstand the forces it had to stand.
>-> Another advantage of attaching it to the post is that you easily can
>-> adjust the hight. And last but not least it's much easier to build.

>-> Wolfgang

>Any chance you could make a picture available on the net we could look
>at?

>GENE

Sorry but I'm not able to do that just yet. In the new year it
should't be a problem.

The load on the hangle bar is spread out under the seat and so I hope
that I will not have that problem. If so, I would build exactly the
same handle but attach it to the seat post as you say.

Steven Newcombe