Will the S2 be able to be mounted either conventionally up top on flat bars
or on the inside as you've done lately? Seems like the ratchet mech would
allow more mounting freedom than say Shimano on Paul's thumbies.
I have an ancient pair of BarCons that have never been disassembled & still
function well. Glad you won that internal debate regarding user
serviceability. How many of us regret opening something up, only to have
tiny bits go bouncing under the workbench?
On Saturday, October 15, 2016 at 9:26:34 AM UTC-7, Grant @ Rivendell wrote:
> The band mated with the chunk and limited it to 22.2 bars, which was fine
> back then. It's fiddly to remove and remount (not toooo fiddly, but you
> have to remove the lever and go at it with an 8mm socket). NewSilver2 has
> some sort of curly flower thing going on 360-degrees, which lets you angle
> the cable ideally for any orientation.
> Not saying "perfectomundo" here---just saying we've gone about it slowly
> and conscientiously and have rejected at least two "final" versions when we
> found a way to either fix them or improve on something that didn't need an
> actual fix.
> I debated internally (didn't leave my personal skull) whether or not to
> make the door to the pawl and spring user serviceable, but in a flareup of
> sanity that might sound disrespectbul, I said No. If or when the mech wears
> out, sell one of your cats and get a new one, Bubba...and in the meantime,
> the rivet will stop most people from digging into something that's best
> left alone.
> It's really a good feeling to see the enthusiasm for this shifter. It is
> really, still, amazing to me that
> (1) all shifters aren't like this, and
> (2) since they aren't, since it's such a push-button age when perfect
> performance with no learning is the norm, that we can sell them at all!
> What a strange group you are. In a fantastic way!
> On Saturday, October 15, 2016 at 1:53:26 AM UTC-7, joe b. wrote:
>> So cool! Wish they had "the band." I'm sure the new clamp is 28% better,
>> but holy cow was that hidden bolt band slick. Always seemed like the
>> closest thing I owned to constructeur. I wonder if the deuce will have the
>> same 3 point lever orientation option.
>> Who cares, though, so happy they're back!
>> pdx or.
>> On Oct 14, 2016 11:08 AM, "Bill Lindsay" <tape...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>> The BLUG has a long write up and description of the Silver 2 shifters.
>>> One big take home is the Silver 1 shifter mold is shot, so those will be
>>> going away. So, if you love Silver shifters, stock up now. The Silver 2
>>> looks like it'll be a way better thumb shifter, a somewhat better barcon
>>> shifter, and an amusingly ironic downtube shifter. Most importantly (to
>>> me), is that if you want to embolden Rivendell Bicycle Works to keep
>>> putting their money where their brains are, then reward them by buying a
>>> pair or two of Silver 2's and put them into your personal inventory. When
>>> the need arises, get them from your stock. If Riv gets a lot of early
>>> adopters buying them, then they'll have the confidence and the money to
>>> make the next part that you can't get anywhere else. Grant tells you on
>>> the BLUG how to get on an email list for updates on the Silver 2.
>>> Bill habitual-early-adopter Lindsay
>>> El Cerrito, CA
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