Josh’s LOW

After the 2011 NACCCs, Josh relocated to Austin from SF, where he worked at TCB Courier. Once settling in here in town, he took Andrew Low up on his offer for a track frame. Andrew went to town on this one with the finishing. This was the first frame that Andrew etched the owner’s name into the top tube. Other finishing notes include the TCB Courier logo etched in and Andrew’s signature on the non-drive chainstay.

Josh wanted this bike to ride fast and secure, so he went with some SRAM Omniums and a bullhorn on his cockpit. What better way to top off the build than with a Pentabike Muststash?

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  • where have i seen those handlebar caps?!

  • Spencer

    What brand is that? I can’t quite tell from looking at it…

    • wakka wakka wakka

    • Trackwolf

      its the new Alpina track frame.

  • Deephousesoldier

     Short wheelbase, twitchy. Toe overlap, typically mythical but for reals in this example. Good on the tucked rear wheel.

  • Wrench Turner

    Who made the bullhorn?

  • dope one, bullhorn fits low perfectly

  • Driftwood

    this is one steep bike 

  • lone wolf

    It’s Sidecard not Muststash. And that Pentabike guy has disappeared since December…

  • There are not many bikes I would class as beautiful, but this one sure is! Really elegant looking and very stylish. I bet it rides like a dream 

  • MeGuesta

    what bottom bracket is that ??

    • [not sure if being trolled…] 

      SRAM’s ‘Giga X Pipe’ or GXP. http://www.sram.com/sram/road/products/omnium-crankset (click Technologies tab).

    • SRAM Omnium

  • B.T. Wentsworthe

    My favorite detail is the Origin8 topcap :D