Put a useful backstop on the Grate Rack and put a Plastic Coat on it. Would I do a plastic coat again? Only if sprayed in a real heat/humidity controlled environment as it is perhaps more sensitive to these conditions than other paints. I generally prefer powdercoating because of its insane strength, self levelling cure, and elasticity (you can p’coat springs, no prob).
Archive for October, 2010
After a silly move on my part to update the programs that drive my website design (word press widgets/plugins), the website format got blown outtawhack. So, I’ve been working on the website for a couple hours this week to change it to an acceptable format, which I like a lot better than the previous layout. The format for photos is now different, and perhaps it is easier to view the items. There’s still some ways to go… stay tuned.
What a beautiful autumn day at peak leaf changing time. This was a great ride with my wife, Graciela and my friend, Eric up the Delaware River Canal path for a few miles and then back with a stop for some delicious orchard fresh apples and lunch in Frenchtown. See route here.
After sending the Porteur Rack (and other goods) to Bonehead, I put a little time in the Grate Rack – Its outer dimensions are 20cm by 30 cm. I think it is a nice medium sized Porteur Rack, with plenty of places to hook bungees. Not sure if a rear stop bar will go on or not (probably will, makes sense).
What a great autumn day for riding. Nothing less than perfect! Triple the fun with three different terrain varieties: Road, Gravel Pathway & Singletrack. All on the MIXCX… Route Link Here.