Project Pioneer shifter lug - photo - Rob Vandermark

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Project Pioneer a bit of steampunk - photo - Rob Vandermark

Steampunk welding of the Pioneer Bike has begun!  It’s a frame that combines:

Wonder-Metal: Titanium

–  And  –

Tomorrow’s Bakelite:  Carbon Fiber

The future has past.

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Project Pioneer lathe as an instrument - photo - Rob Vandermark

For some, the lathe is a finely tuned instrument.  Play loud.

 

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Pioneer Project lugwork drafting - photo - Rob Vandermark

Working on Pioneering lug designs.  What’s old is new.

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Project Pioneer head badge draft - photo - Rob Vandermark

Standing on the shoulders of giants.

More to come.

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Eugene Christophe in the mountains

Seven Cycles Project:  Pioneer officially begun today.  We are very high up on some elemental giants.

Way to much, way too fast.  Maybe more details later.  Maybe.

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The Dusk to Dawn Ride is happening.  Dutodari details unfolding.

The sun will move under our wheels.

It's Finally Time to Ride - photo - Rob Vandermark

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What is Dusk?

May 1, 2014

in Rides

It’s complicated.

Full Moon This Evening - photo - Rob Vandermark

Stay tuned for information about the Dusk to Dawn Ride.

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Rob seated and brooding - photo - Natalia Boltukhova

I’m honored to be invited to speak at the Cary Library in Lexington, MA.

When:  May 13, 2014 at 7:00 pm.  Will run until about 8:45 or whenever people get tired of hearing me blather on and on.
Where:  Cary Library in Lexington, MA
What:  Building Tomorrow’s Bicycles.  A moderated conversation about bike technology, how custom bikes are built, and how biking has changed due to technology

I think it will be interesting and a bit unusual.  I hope to see one or two people there!

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I get to do some graphic design work for a new fun project with Ride Studio Cafe.  Details will be out in a couple weeks.  It’s my typical fun deal, that I’m making way more complicated than it could be.

Cryptic enough for you - photo - Rob Vandermark

Project update in reverse:

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