(Sorry about the quality of the one below)
You'll be able to tell your grand kids that you were there the night when these two ferocious competitors stood side by side locked in an epic no holds barred battle to see who will win. Lets check with out ringside reporter on this fight...
In the red corner we have weighing in at 90kgs and 186cm we have the challenger Aaron 'The p-far' Wray. In his last match against Steelie 'the hammer' Hammer he lost on a TKO but he's looking to make up for that humiliating defeat this afternoon.
In the blue corner weighing 40kgs with 4 arms we have the defending champion Hills 'The hoist' Clothesline.
As the two foes eye each other off it's Hills 'the hoist' that swings first.
Anyone would think that he just walked straight into that hook punch. He'll never be able to hold his head high in the back yard again after this humiliating defeat.
Now we've got some time to fill lets look at why they were we locked in a battle. With the eminent arrival of the spoke machine I was working on spray painting the front hub.
Here it is in the buff.
With it's undies on
Now it's dressed ready for action.
This weeks class I had a lot of dithering around and not much actual work. I did however work on the thing that holds the bearing case
This took longer than expected cutting it out of a square piece of pipe I'll drill the hole next week to bolt it on.
Then I also cut out and tapered the brass fitting that holds part of the headset in place and acts as a bearing.
As the inside of the headset is tapered it needed to be cut to fit.
It'll all make sense when I get the other bits back to show how it fits together with the backbone of the bike. Unless that smug bugger Hills 'the hoist' Clothesline has another go at me.
To take you out from this weeks blog I bring you some trick riding on p-fars I can hardly wait! Danny MacAskill eat your heart out.