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Thanks, Criggie for bringing this back to the front of the queue. A quick Google for "Le vélo de Tati” shows that the largest online source is 1,722px × 2,048px (the first hit). This is accessible at http://www.dreweatts.com/media/dreweatts/inventory/4/5/6/456745-8.jpg As Criggie has already cautioned, be careful of copyright issues. According to ...
This is a bad answer, but its been six months and noone else has a better one. For personal use only AND given there appears to be no other way, you could either 1) recreate it for yourself and take your own photograph, 2) Scale this one as big as you reasonably can and then manually retouch it. ...
Looks like an older generation Sigma Sport bike computer with that has its silk screened logos worn away. The two 7-segment displays and small alphanumeric display in the center are their trade mark and as you noticed, the mount is Sigma. The second set of connections in the mount is for cadence sensor that is sold separately. Over the years, Sigma has ...
SIGMA make a connecting pod with USB connection to the PC. It takes the bike computer via twist lock. They have their own data suite for reading and archiving data from the bike computer. You should find it on their website.
On my commuter bike, my front dynamo hub charges a small 18650 battery that I then can tap to provide power to my smart phone. You need to have an intermediary battery because most dynamos only produce the German government mandated 6VAC / 3 watts minimum, which is around 0.5 amps (500 milliamps) -- and this is only when you're going faster than 15 km/h. ...
Check out this tech of my company Roadie Solar http://bicyclepatents.com/keeping-your-devices-charged-in-the-field/2220/ They are new but very light and fits on a bike rack. Possibly the lightest solar charger you can find on the market We are doing a kickstarter Next week.
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