Whats a Saturday other then a second chance at wrapping up Friday? First off, Hi Mom! (she gets worried if I go to many days with out posting). I mentioned earlier that I was heckled for riding my fixed gear not at a bike polo event. This week I was greeted by another soldier in the army of bike- weird burn out dude. I came up behind a man on the path moving so slowly on his bicycle I was amazed he could stay up. He
This week is off to a good start. I’ve made some real progress on a series of rack builds, ranging from a small front bag support to a gargantuan front cargo hauler. I usually build these one at a time, but went whole bang and started 4 at once. Since the tools were out it seemed like a good idea, and it really helped me get a rhythm going. Several of these will be put on hold until the custom forks they will b
I thought I’d post a few quick progress shots for folks. S’s bike gets some sweet chain stay fillet action: …and an even sweeter seat stay bridge. Running internal gears and a roller cam brake means this can stay small, clean and cute. Rick came by the shop the other day and shot a couple of rolls of (gasp!) film (they still make that?!!). Thanks Rick! Picking away at a long list of projects (stems,
Just a quick note that several more bikes worth of pictures are up on the site! Check out the Products page and take a peek at the new Sprint bike, City bike and Mountain sections! Photo credit to Rick Gersbach (light bounce by your intrepid bike builder).
Well, it feels like its been an eventful week or two. In all honesty, I’ve lost track of time lately. On the non bike front life has been, well, life. A bit distracting from my blog time, but interesting none the less. Today, on a blissful summery ride back from breakfast with my wife and a friend I heard a man yelling at me. At first I assumed it was one of the well informed drivers ed graduates telling me to