Video of Decaleur

June 5th, 2016

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Magnetic Decaleur

June 5th, 2016

Evolution from sketch to prototype to eventual 3d printed prototype, in reverse order.

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A Local ELF

June 5th, 2016

ELF2fr by Organic Transit spotted at the library in Burlington. A very cool, e-bike.

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Sunday Dirt, Short

June 5th, 2016

Short dirt ride with Greg before the rain started.

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Featured

May 16th, 2016

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Popped up on the SketchUp front page. I’ll also be presenting at their Basecamp conference in June

Prototyping

May 15th, 2016

I’ve been prototyping a magnetic decaleur for the Swift bag… I’m fully into V2, and already see how V3 will work out better.

V2


Sketch for V2

V1


Sketch for V0 and parts of V1

School Riding

May 15th, 2016

We’ve managed to pack in a few rides home from school. This sometimes requires me to tow both bikes to the waterfront, so the girls can ride home. 

Spring Sun

April 29th, 2016

At the waterfront, Burlington, VT


Spring Riding

April 29th, 2016

We’ve rolled out first few family rides if 2016. Ava is on a new, larger 24″ ‘mountain’ bike. She will be taking a Little Bellas camp at Catamount this year.


The little one wants to ride everywhere on the tiny little wheels. She has been a trooper so far, riding farther than I imagined she would. 


We carry her and her bike on the Yuba when she gets tired. 


Both girls have been asking about Silver Lake camping and a bike trip. Ava wants to carry her own gear – she’s been eying a rack and my old panniers for her new bike. I’m excited for both of those ideas. 

Yuba to the Park

April 18th, 2016

The 4 year old is wanting to ride more, so we ventured to the park this weekend for practice. She made it most of the way… and we cargo carried her bike for a short stretch. Then she rode the whole way home.

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We’ll be starting our ride into school after the spring break, and I’ll be sad when our camp / school rides end next year as both girls will be at school about ~12+ miles away from home (unless dad gets into monster shape!)