Another Round with LOW

It’s crazy to think that it’s been a year since Chas emailed me, asking me to post about Andrew Low‘s work, leading to a full queue for the SF-based frame builder. He’s been steady cranking away this year at frames, sending them worldwide.

In that time, he’s refined his shop, and over the past few weeks, he’s working on some frame refinements. Faced track ends and finished welds are just a few of the things Andrew’s been working on. I tell ya, if I raced at the track, I’d ride one of these bikes.

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  • paul

    good stuff prolly.  the finished welds look great.  bb30/pf30 would be rad too!

    • http://theradavist.com John Watson

      No one makes a PF30 / BB30 track crank…

    • Doctor_Jones_

      agreed, excellent finsihing work!

  • Albert

    Finally some proper trackends. Just made getting a LOW a lot more sense.

  • mitchell

    Clean weld finishing! That’s no easy task, especially with aluminum. It’s sooo easy to undercut and you can’t put it back once it’s gone. New price point?

    • guest

      agreed. everything looks much cleaner.  Thanks for the set John.

  • http://twitter.com/dagbert dagbert

    That welder’s mask looks like a movie prop. Sick! 

  • http://www.facebook.com/jamesmckeon Jamie McKeon

    those finished welds will probably be the turning point for me

  • http://www.facebook.com/nathan.deweber Nathan Deweber

    I’ll sign up for the first frame with finished welds and real track drop-outs, give me an ENVE track fork with an integrated headset and it could become the best on the market.

    • http://theradavist.com John Watson

      Integrated is on the way… You can always upgrade to an ENVE.

      • http://www.facebook.com/nathan.deweber Nathan Deweber

        true fact. I guess I’m waiting for integrated then.