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Padbone - For better indoor cycling

A project in Milwaukee, WI by Patrick Jungenblut

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Padbone 2.0 - The universal tablet, laptop and smartphone holder for your indoor cycling.
Backers: 54
Average Pledge Per Backer: $92

Funded: $4,990 of $4,400
Dates: Oct 14th -> Nov 30th (48 days)
Project By: Patrick Jungenblut
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Latest News

101% Founded! Thank you all! -> Still time; Spread the word!

November 18th - via:
Snowing outside and more cyclists can need a Padbone for their indoor training. What do you think? Padbone 2.0 is reaching the funding goal and I'm thankful for the trust you, as a backer, gave me! Thank you! I confirmed the last designs to get... (Read More)

New Bundle option to pledge!!!

October 30th - via:
Great news Backers! I hear you and added two bundle's to the rewards. Now, you are able to pledge for a following bundles. Again, big thank you for all the messages you sent me and for the pledges you have done so far. One more note, you can easily... (Read More)

New FTP! Test - live recorded while using Padbone table 2.0

October 28th - via:
This was sweaty! The video shows me using the new Padbone table 2.0  to run a pyramid FTP (Functional Threshold Power) test on my laptop. Today's result was a new detected FTP! Whoever has done it knows how sweaty you will be in the end of your... (Read More)

48% funded! You want to hear why Brian William Davis decided to buy a first-gen. Padbone?

October 21st - via:
This goes back to last year's indoor season but is still true. There are no excuses for riding the trainer "All year long" when you have a great set-up. Tune in to hear the differences between racing in Germany and America and what brought me back to... (Read More)

Not 24 hours but 48 hours past the launch of Padbone 2.0

October 16th - via:
It's not the typical update after 24 hours but it's an update after the first incredible 48 hours. I'm still overwhelmed and want to thank all the backers supporting me and encourage me to proceed forward with Padbone so far.  I also got a high... (Read More)

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