Harriet has neatly reformatted Sheldon’s bicycle page. Read all about ’em. I find the page about his Greenspeed recumbent especially interesting. Who but Sheldon would be extolling the advantages of a low-rider tadpole recumbent tricycle for off-road riding?
Melanie Morris from Somerville (Massachusetts, USA) Community Television will interview Harriet Fell and John Allen about Sheldon Brown — and it will be available over the Internet. Go to https://www.somervillemedia.org at 7 PM EST Monday February 5 (00:00 Tuesday February 6, UTC). The show will be rebroadcast at 9:30 PM EST Tuesday February 6 (02:30 February 7, UTC) and will later be archived for on-demand viewing.
Marc Rosenbaum’s 12 1/2-pound aluminum track bike, 1974
Harriet Fell rides her aluminum bicycle, 2005
New post: the MIT aluminum bicycle project, 1974, where modern aluminum bicycle frames got their start as student Marc Rosenbaum’s thesis project. sheldonbrown.com site owner Harriet Fell built one of the original MIT aluminum bicycle frames, it came to be an exhibit in a Klein vs. Cannondale lawsuit — and she still rides it!
Shimano Nexus 7-speed internal-gear hub with Rollerbrake
Our Shimano 7-speed hub page is now updated to fix the links which broke when Shimano redid its Web site. We have also added information about new models, and made a few improvements in the text. All of our pages about Shimano internal-gear hubs are now up to date.
Shimano Nexus 4-speed page updated — in our continuing quest to keep up to date with Shimano’s ever-changing Web site, we’ve updated the links and related information on Shimano Nexus 4-speed internal-gear hubs
Sheldonbrown.com provides a forwarding page whenever we consolidate or move material. Not so Shimano, which broke all our links to its technical information. Sigh. We have just repaired our page on Shimano 8-speed internal-gear hubs.