Sorry if you have no interest in the HHH, but this is a good place to get the word out. If your local shop is building your HHH, tell them the timing chain for a small or medium should be 150 links, and that seems to amount to 74.5 inches, from inner-link to inner link. The large needs two more links, On a chain, two links means one outer plus one inner.
This is the KIND of thing a good shop will figure out on its own, but it's nice to be helpful, and this is a way to be that.
There's a new storyarticle on the site about Toe Overlap, right here.
It's only a minute long. It came up again today with a woman on a 46 Appa. The front-center on that bike is about 597mm, so...only with the right eombo can she get it with that 26-inch wheel, but it's good to know, anyway.
Meet the next president, or vice president, or something. He's going to be famous, anyway. There's an 800 word column that includes
Watch it if at all at home, not work. I don't want to be party to that!
And here's the transcript.
Both Dave AND Jenny want one of the Romanesque Lifta-Mixtes when they come in. I'd like one too, but I've got a Clem-L and..I can't get everything. The name on the downtube, Rosco Bubbe, is a draw, though.
Domenic broke his derailer. This is not a reason to go internal.
Mark's working on a disc brake on the HHH.
Roman's been assembling a few bikes. Don't be fooled by the hat--he's good.
What a great vise! Marc deburs a steerer on a HHH.
Appaloosa badge. The horse has feathers in the mane, the way the Nez Perce did it.