Horse Cycles: Single Speed Cross Dec 30, 2010

Photo by Blaine Davis

Just because the fair-weather cyclists in NYC stop riding, that doesn’t mean the builders stop building! Everyone knows the winter time is when builders get on top of their building queue and Thomas from Horse Cycles is doing just that. From revamping his website to building this single-speed cross, Thomas has been busy this winter.

Check out some more photos below!

Photo by Blaine Davis

Here, his client takes the bike out for its maiden ride.

Photo by Blaine Davis

650B fixed, stainless seat tube, head tube, fork crown and dropouts. Complete with a Brooks, SRAM levers, Paul canties, Chris King headset and SRAM Omnium cranks.

Photo by Blaine Davis

It came out really clean.

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With elegant lines and big, fat tires.

Photo by Blaine Davis

She seems to be enjoying herself! Good job Thomas, see you at the NAHBS.

  • thomas

    photos: Blaine Davis

  • Ron Callahan

    That is a pretty bike. I just built a Pake C’Mute up as a fixed gear CX bike.

    The client’s not bad either.

  • kennykaos

    its a super nice and all but why run the omniums on a ss cross bike? youre gonna have to use a pretty big freewheel to get a decent ratio for actually riding/racing cross, the SRAM s300 cranks would be a better choice being 130bcd rather than the omniums 144bcd

  • Kevin

    Some strange component choices, but I guess it’s all personal. A beautiful bicycle, nonetheless.