Some teaser stills from a video piece I'm working on for VeloPro.bike using footage shot during a Pearl Pass juant from Crested Butte to Aspen around 30 years ago. Where's my helmet? What, no suspension on that Ross mtb?
#wheelietime!!!! This post is a little different. I just tested out a 3d printed disc brake adapter that I'm working on to modernize my beloved 19 year old @wearespooky Metal Head mountain bike. This 3d printed part was strictly made as a prototype to work out the fitment and features before I make an aluminum version. It wasn't intended to be used in real world situations, BUT, you guys know me, and of course I had to try it. I'm shocked at how well its holding up. Printed with @hatchbox3d PETG filament with only 30% infill... crazy! I'll be working on a few more iterations before I make a meta version but thought it was pretty neat and wanted to share. 😀