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Good idea! Gonna make this my weekend project. I always wanted to put a chain guard on my single speed beater, but wouldn't want to spend a penny or make it more attractive to thieves.

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She was asking about the wheel diameter and its impact on riding and I began to offer my comments when a recumbent cyclist pulled alongside us. Before I knew it, the recumbent cyclist had jumped into our conversation mistakenly thinking we were talking about his bike.

Ron Ablang

Are smaller size frisbees made that can be used for regular bicycles?

Leo Horishny

....Are smaller size frisbees made that can be used for regular bicycles?

If you look hard enough, I'll be there are some kid frisbees, or possibly a pet frisbee (probably spendy)
but some of the high domed cheapy design frisbees might be cut down to more closely fit a standard chainset. Maybe.


This is brilliant. My son has problems as his bike did not have a chain guard, and no proper guards would fit. I never thought of this...

If you needed a heavier duty guard or in a different size, you could also look at baby plates - plastic plates made infants made out of drop resistant plastic... and attack one with a hacksaw and a dremel...

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