Jordan’s Hufnagel Porteur

A while back, I posted about a pre-order for these Hufnagel porteur. Based on this city bike, the Hufnagel Porteur is a very understated and elegant bike. Built with hand-machined and brazed components, there are details spilling out all over. After I shot some photos of Hufnagel’s shop, I took his porteur out into the morning light in Southeast Portland for some lens love. There’s really not much else I can say about it, so I’ll let the photos do the talking.

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  • Seanellwanger

    What Type of chain catcher is that….?

    • Fake

      Handmade; remember reading that in the description of the bike at some point

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Bruno-Moreno/33102175 Bruno Moreno

    I love the patina on the parts. 

  • Fake

    What are the pedals?  They don’t quite look like the White Industries Berthet copies (and are far too new to be original Berthets)

  • Hans

    love everything about this bike. front rack, chain keeper and the 105 rear derailleur is rad. bikes like these are what keeps people riding bikes

  • Pinish Blue

    This would make a great one of the few beautiful still life oil canvas paintings. And yes, where are the pedals? lol

  • Norby

    NICE.
     

  • Jake

    Getting a real steampunk vibe….which isn’t a bad thing?

  • Tzusing

    been wanting this!

  • Greg

    I love that rear light! The stem is equally perfect

  • thebigkick

    Are those Racer Mediums from Paul Components?!  I’ve been meaning to replace my CX’s shitty canti setup for Paul Motolites.  Wonder how they feel.  As always this blog has great content.

  • harrison

    what are those tires?