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Sign the Pledge: “I am for bikes. I’m for long rides and short rides. I’m for commuting to work, weekend rides, racing, riding to school, or just a quick spin around the block. I believe that no matter how I ride, biking makes me happy and is great for my health, my community and the environment we all share. That is why I am pledging my name in support of a better future for bicycling—one that is safe and fun for everyone. By uniting my voice with a million others, I believe that we can make our world a better place to ride.”
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Join Sustainable Metuchen for a fun ride around town!
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Pedal off the pie post-Thanksgiving bike ride – Sustainable Metuchen (Metuchen, NJ) – Meetup.com.
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Here’s the diagram:
Here’s the ingredients:
- Camera (a small point-and-shoot works best)
- A reflector mount, sans reflector. (I get them from my local bike shop.)
- Rubber shims for reflector mount
- 2″x1/4″x20 thread screw (use a 1″x1/4″ x20) for drop style handlebars
- 1/4″ Nut
- 1/4″ wing nut
- 1/4″ metal washer
- Two 1/4″ flat rubber washers
You will need:
- A Phillips screwdriver
- An adjustable wrench
- Unscrew the bolt that came with the reflector mount. Put the rubber shim inside it and mount it on the handlebars with the short tab down. Tighten.
- Put the long bolt up through the front hole (away from the handlebars) of the mount.
- Slide a rubber washer onto the bolt, followed by the metal washer, then the nut. Tighten with the wrench.
- Screw the wingnut onto the bolt, followed by the second rubber washer. Leave about 1/4″ at the top of the bolt to mount your camera.
- Wind camera onto the bolt till it’s tight. Use the wingnut to tighten more as necessary. Hop on your bike and go shoot!