- S&S - bikes for XXS people
- trailerbike -
My Moulton AM
7 is a wonderfull
bike, but with the one-size-only 540 mm toptubelenght and the 72
seat-angle it is far too small for me. And sufficient room for a front
derailler in the proper position wasn't available either. The
Moulton approved!) Heresy frame shown is longer and has a steeper
doesn't separate, but fits me and thus rides a lot better and weights a
pound less. Torsional stifness is not surprisingly down 20% (from 103
85 Nm/degree), but the original spaceframe has so much reserve it still
beats most racing frames.
find original Moultons
at : http://www.moultoneers.info
We can fit (or
in some cases
retrofit) S&S couplings
frames, to turn a standard looking frame into a separable one. It is
a cheap solution, but then S&S couplings are not a cheap product. I
usually have one on my desk before it finds it way into a frame as it
a wonderful 'executive toy'
ends are pushed
together with sleek serrated nuts, visible in the picture below
If you have a
and -justifiable- don't want to ride a horrid childrens bike. This
features a 175 mm seattube, a low stepthru height, and the frame will
a Sachs 7speed hub with coasterbrake. Also note the custom carrier.
doesn't have knees
nor arms. With this cool yellow trike he can still race his friends.
they can't ride backwards!
A Radical with
trailerbike. Rearwheel in the trailer is a 17" Moulton (this dropped
bracket to a suitable height), and the childrens crankset is a chopped
and drilled RX 100. Both cyclist shift with a Gripshift, and if you
the trailer at home you can fit a carrier in the mounting.
fork for 16"
is based on the
Radical fork, but features a special forkcrown to achieve chainclearance
features two different
forkblades: on the left a stout blade to take the punishment dealt out
by the diskbrake, on the right the narrow forkblade snakes around the
You can no
longer get decent
thumbshifters. Thumbshifters have some real advantages for the user,
somehow got stuck with the old fashioned label, probably because they
so well. Thumbshifters offer:
enough these features
are still being offered in barcons for racing bikes. Making a bracket
adapt the barcons to work as thumbshifters seemed only logical.
for those who want flat bars we sometimes offer these brackets which
back the thumbshifter convenience for those who want eight or nine
The brackets take either Shimano or Suntour barcons. The barcons can be
rotated in their mountings, so you can play with height and reach.
when you want to shift through the whole block at once. Just whack at
lever instead of pushing seven odd times
see at a glance or feel
in the dark which gear you're in,
equally well with gloves,
cold fingers, or when you are dog tired
non-index front changer
works with any shifter, and can always be trimmed so it will not
can be switched off
on the move in case the adjustment goes off. (sort it out at home
of in the rain)
use your whole hand
to shift, instead of pushing with a single finger
been planning to produce a batch of these for some time now, so if
people come begging this might actually happen.