Activities: Thursday 6-8pm - cycle maintenance, Fawcett Estate E5 9DG. Saturday (1) 9.30am-12 - cycle rides out from the Concorde Centre, Homerton E9 5PP.
Membership/consent forms are available at all of our sites. To enable more quality cycling for all, these projects are fully funded and free of charge.
2017 is Interlinkx CiC & CC Hackney's tenth year.
Interlinx CiC, is also responsible for CC Hackney's HQ/house and home as well as leading on fund raising & community outreach. It's been ten years since founding in 2007. Our partner organisation (CC Hackney) came into being later in the same year.
After visiting lead person Adam Walker at Mag. Rev's base on Hackney City Farm. It was agreed that there is plenty of potential for interesting and productive partnership work in all three linked projects.
Adam presented me with one 24v motor to take to Cycling Uganda in the capital Kampala. It's ready to use, complete with the aluminum contact point for the rear wheel's tyre to spin that thing. This motor is the type used in electric scooters and can produce 300w of DC power (the scooters are not so challenging in my eyes now:))
Power produced in this way has many applications including, LED lighting, computer/phone charging, sound and vision.
New at Fawcett Youth & Community Bike Club will be our own rig; a pedal generator and LED lights. We can charge members's phones and power our radio - self sufficient in 2012.
Planning for partnership work and increased learning opportunities into 2012 with Magificent Revolution; this is something interesting to look forward to, happy new year in advance.
Wednesday 14th December 2011
Look Mum No Hands
CCH club fellows; Shaveh and Jace Daley joined in by revving the Magnificent Revolution generators to supply electricity for the Gorilla Film Magazine's short film night at LMNH. The evening was entertaining, thought provoking and pleasurable as well as being a bit of a work out for those who donated their leg power in watts for conversion.