Andrew’s Festka Zero Carbon Road

When I first saw Festka at NAHBS last year, their High Voltage track bike caught my eye. How could you miss it? It’s been a busy year for the Czech-based frame builders, as they began to ramp up fabrication and finally, their international presence. It just so happens that a local shop here in Austin is the official importer of the brand. Cycleast is beyond stoked to be working with Festka and already, they’re receiving orders.

Take Andrew’s Zero carbon road bike for example. With a bright blue custom paintjob and a build comprised of Fizik, SRAM Red, Ritchey and Rolf wheels, this Czech-born machine is rolling thanks to Russell and his staff right here in Austin. Coincidentally, this is the first Festka in the United States.

Interested in one of these beauts for yourself? Holler at Cycleast and Czech out more details in the gallery!

  • Jamie McKeon

    wordplaaaaay!

  • Jake Ricker

    Is it normal to have out of the country builders at NAHBS?
    I haven’t been, but I was under the impression it was only North American builders.
    (Actually asking, not giving you shit. Haha!)

    • http://theradavist.com/ John Watson

      Yeah, Pegoretti has been there. It happens. I don’t mind about that at all. The more frame builders, the merrier. Personally, I’m cool with it, but what bums me the fuck out is when companies display that make shit in China or Taiwan and are knocking-off US manufacturers…

      • Jake Ricker

        Word! I wouldn’t mind either. I just didn’t know what the deal was.
        That knock off stuff sounds really lame.
        Obviously most groups or components are made overseas.
        But it should be about the frames not parts or mass production crap.
        Isn’t that what Interbike is for??? :)

  • Bruno Moreno

    I really like how this photoset progresses as you view it. Great shots.

  • Adam Miller

    “The eagle doesn’t catch flies.” Awesome.