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Nature Boy with Killer Internal Dynamo Wiring

Nature Boy with Killer Internal Dynamo Wiring

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   Last modified: November 16, 2018

Nature Boy with Killer Internal Dynamo Wiring

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Today we're digging on the sweet Nature Boy commuter of Jonsey, the owner of Cycles Bespoke in Perth. Cycles Bespoke is one of a handful of shops in Australia fanning the All-City flames, and we're super impressed with how clean this implementation of dynamo cable routing is. Now full disclaimer, these modifications to the frame and fork absolutely void the warranty. Once  you break out the drill, pal you are on your own. 

All photos shot by Brad Serls 

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Cable dropping through the fork crown

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Cable coming from seat tube up and through the post

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Rear blinky bolted to Brooks saddle

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Nice!

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Boudin

Boudin

December 10, 2018

Some kind of All-City branded adventure fork with internal routing and bottle cage mounts would be nice…

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