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HOW TO MAKE A 3 WHEEL BIKE : HOW TO MAKE A


How To Make A 3 Wheel Bike : Designer Bike Helmets



How To Make A 3 Wheel Bike





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Please don't take my wheels (but feel free to take the frame)




Please don't take my wheels (but feel free to take the frame)





Came across this bike today while walking downtown in Houston. The amount of cable used is was first hit me ("Wow!", I thought, "this person really wants to make sure no one takes their bike"). However, upon closer inspection, realized the almost comic-level number of locking errors:

1) If you look closely, you can see how the cable merely secures the wheels; it effectively CIRCLES the frame and seat post, but does not secure it AT ALL.

2) Its locked to a tree. Granted, I've never seen a tree cut down to steal a bike, but it IS possible.

3) Using a cable as the sole lock. If you are going to use just one lock, use a U-Lock through the rear tire inside the back triangle. Better yet, use two different types of locks, and run the cable through the seat in addition to the front wheel and frame.

Caveat - at least the wheels and seat post were secured by bolts, and not quick release levers.

However, the fact they have front and rear reflectors (as required by Texas law) as well as fenders, does make me happy. This bike is parked here often (and you can see the city installed bike hutches behind it (there are three there -- though longtails cannot fit under them -- all three have been in daily use since the spring [though not so much in the Houston 'winter']).

It is nice to see more commuters in Houston. Has been lonely for a while.











Poorly Executed Overkill in Bike Locking




Poorly Executed Overkill in Bike Locking





Came across this bike today while walking downtown in Houston. The amount of cable used is was first hit me ("Wow!", I thought, "this person really wants to make sure no one takes their bike"). However, upon closer inspection, realized the almost comic-level number of locking errors:

1) If you look closely, you can see how the cable merely secures the wheels; it effectively CIRCLES the frame and seat post, but does not secure it AT ALL.

2) Its locked to a tree. Granted, I've never seen a tree cut down to steal a bike, but it IS possible.

3) Using a cable as the sole lock. If you are going to use just one lock, use a U-Lock through the rear tire inside the back triangle. Better yet, use two different types of locks, and run the cable through the seat in addition to the front wheel and frame.

Caveat - at least the wheels and seat post were secured by bolts, and not quick release levers.

However, the fact they have front and rear reflectors (as required by Texas law) as well as fenders, does make me happy. This bike is parked here often (and you can see the city installed bike hutches behind it (there are three there -- though longtails cannot fit under them).

It is nice to see more commuters in Houston. Has been lonely for a while.









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