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NinelittletubesNinelittletubes Posts: 4
edited July 2011 in The bottom bracket
Hello,

I won a grant to visit many US frame builders a couple of months ago.
I've just finished uploading everything to my blog - please take a look if you have any interest in frame building:

http://www.ninelittletubes.wordpress.com

I'm moving into a workshop at 98 Webber St London SE1 with Ryan of Oak Cycles, but it will be a while before I'm set up properly.

Cheers,

Matt Wilkinson

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  • Cleat EastwoodCleat Eastwood Posts: 7,508
    Ah i remember you posting a wee while ago, so much so that I actually went and counted the number of tubes on my alu bike.....and sure enough there are nine. Best of luck young man.
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  • keef66keef66 Posts: 13,123
    Is number 9 the BB shell or the rear brake bridge??

    I make it 10 if you count both.
  • ynyswen24ynyswen24 Posts: 703
    Cheers Matt,

    I followed the blog while you were on the trip, very interesting _ I'll be off to have another look.
  • fnb1fnb1 Posts: 591
    mm, my bike has 11 tubes (if you ingnore brackett/bridges etc if your bike only has 9 I fear it is broken.

    Top Tube, Head Tube, Down Tube, Seat Tube, 2 x seat stays, 2 x chainstays, 2 x fork tubes, fork steerer. :D
    fay ce que voudres
  • keef66keef66 Posts: 13,123
    I wasn't counting the forks! I'm up to 13 now!
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