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 Post subject: bling'd my new mountain bike with flashy LEDs already
PostPosted: Wed Jun 13, 2007 1:09 am 
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well I got my new mountain bike (Trek 4300 disc) on friday and already I've added a bit of colour to it.. with the help of some flashy LED thingies.

to the front wheel I've added a Hokey Spoke,
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8gExz1EO4Io

to the rear wheel a TxFlare (this does read scoobynet.com but it doesn't show up that well on the vid clip off my camera) IMO it looks dead chavtastic but its better to be seen than not.
You can edit what it says with 6 different messages with upto 16 digits - numbers or letter, lol
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=al5HrXt69wE



you get the idea how it fits on the spokes?
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you likey too?

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I like that. Looking at the Hokey Spoke website it looks like people put on more than one to get multicolour. Is that right?


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Cool!

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Adrian \$m[1]:
I like that. Looking at the Hokey Spoke website it looks like people put on more than one to get multicolour. Is that right?


yes they do, but for everyone i put on my bike its profit loss to neoquip LOL

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Lookin good.


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What's the easiest way to convert a mountain bike into a fixed gear? Hi, I'm moving to the snow and want to build a mountin fixie. Since there aren't many of these out there, I will have to build this one myself. I was wondering if I could fix the rear wheel without having to rebuild it. Or maybe there is a retailer on the web that sells fixed back wheels. Also are there specific hubs I need special for a mountain bike? Anything other advice, comments, rants, raves....?
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