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Bicycle by RoadHawkRide Jun 22, 2015


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Bicycle printed on a UP! Mini.
It was intended as a trophy for being 12.5 years with the company.

I don't have a race bike nor intend to own one.
I took some information from the net about frames. From there I created a frame, the wheels and the rest. It came out that the front wheel should be smaller as the backwheel... so be it.

Known issues:
Play of the axles in their bearing could be reduced.
Play of the front fork in the frame is OK.
Play of the pedal-axle in the frame could be reduced.
To use an elastic band for a chain, carefully cut the right-rear leg from the frame, put the elastic band over the hubs, than glue it back in place.
The pedal-axles have a press fit into the kranks, holes in the kranks could be a bit larger.


Just printed it on a UP! Mini.
As the bike is made full scale, you'll need to scale it down.
I've printed it scale 0.15.
The shield was printed with "on the fly" filament change to get the text and logo in the correct colors.

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Very nice model!

I made one. It's a great model! I will post pics later.

Hi RoadHawkRide,

Looks like a really nice bike to print. However, how do you locate the parts on the bed? If I import them into Slic3r then I think most of them are 'hanging' in the air and don't know how to rotate them properly.

Thanks Paul