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Old 01-31-11, 09:42 PM   #1
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The Price is Right's Big Wheel Beeper - performed with a Sturmey-Archer Dynohub

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Now play Plinko with it!
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The very first Plinko chip that can create its own power.



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Haha! Excellent! My favorite was the yodeler/mountain climber.
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Haha! Excellent! My favorite was the yodeler/mountain climber.
Not sure if I can find a bike part capable of that

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Haha! Excellent! My favorite was the yodeler/mountain climber.
None better. Perhaps we need one of those cyclist miniatures from the other thread to go up the mountain.
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None better. Perhaps we need one of those cyclist miniatures from the other thread to go up the mountain.
Ha! I'd like to see that.
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that could be more annoying on a group ride than 'spoke a dokies'
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If you had only been running that a while back, maaaaaybeeeee, jus' maybe, that duffus who hit you with his car would have heard you coming and yielded to you your right-away!

Now can you make that work in backup mode?
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that could be more annoying on a group ride than 'spoke a dokies'
Or modern cassette hubs.

I dare say a beeping Dynohub would be the perfect thing to infiltrate a roadie peloton with. Just tell them it is an audible cadence meter.

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If you had only been running that a while back, maaaaaybeeeee, jus' maybe, that duffus who hit you with his car would have heard you coming and yielded to you your right-away!

Now can you make that work in backup mode?
Unlikely. Ever seen those 70-year-old fellows who think they're Michael Schumacher behind the wheel?

Backup mode? Sure, it'll work, but I don't know what circuitry is required to quiet it the other way 'round. This is AC, not DC.

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