Details, details ~ neck rest, fender, flags, & shims

Neckrest, fender, flags, & shims

If anyone of you are curious as to how I mounted the non-Catrike neck rest; or the short fender to cover the fairing wheel opening; or my flags; or the shims for the fairing; or all the before mentioned—here are pictures followed by a few comments on what I did.

Neckrest, fender, flags, & shims Neckrest, fender, flags, & shims
Neckrest, fender, flags, & shims Neckrest, fender, flags, & shims

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Rafael Giraldo, the next chapter…

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From Rafael:

Schoolteacher Who Biked Across America to Display Photos of Journey

Where: Nova Southeastern University is holding a free panel discussion featuring Giraldo at the Don Taft University Center at the main campus in Davie.
When: The discussion is open to the public. It is this Thursday, October 8th at 7 p.m. in the Don Taft University Center, third floor, room PVA 309.
Who: Panelists include Giraldo, Timothy Dixon, professor of history and legal studies at NSU, Daniel Markarian, NSU program professor for social studies, and Tim Petraitis, a U.S. history teacher at Cypress Bay High School.

Tony Fins, editorial page editor at the Sun-Sentinel, will moderate the panel. It will be an informal coffee table-style discussion, which will feature an exchange of dialogue between the panelists.

Additional information at: Sun Sentinel and/or Nova Southeastern University

Sun Sentinel article: In his words: Rafael Giraldo’s bike journey across the U.S.

Rafael Giraldo

Congratulation Rafael,

I see the panel will happen this Thursday. That is good. I trust it will go well. I see you have reorganized your TOD pictures. The best…

Warm regards,

Jim