I remember mine flying off down the road from riding too fast.
Never found it.
1967 or so.
Anyone found it yet?
https://firstname.lastname@example.org ... 312!8i6656
Cycle-touring, Expeditions, Adventures, Major cycle routes NOT LeJoG (see other special board)
Airsporter1st wrote:Wouldn't it be possible to knock up a simple bracket to mount it a little further up the fork and thereby avoid any problems with the QR?
Unless you had a dedicated braze-on for it, it simply wouldn't be safe - too much risk of it swivelling into the front wheel.
Airsporter1st wrote:One on eBay at the moment includes a photo of the instruction sheet, in which it states "This cyclometer must not be driven at speeds in excess of 18 to 19 mph", or words to that effect.
I didn't have a speedometer but I was definitely over 19mph! Mine was this Lucas one - no speed limit with that one! I fitted it in 1980 so maybe the quality had gone down. It mus have cost more than 3/6, too LOL!