The Cub House Grand Opening Party and Bicycle Show

After a successful soft opening, the team at the Cub House felt it was time to officially open their new San Marino location with a party. A party along with a swap meet and crowd-judged bicycle show. With their new location comes, even more, space and on a beautiful fall day, this event brought crowds of people from collectors to sellers, to buyers and riders, with their family and friends, drawing a large crowd to this sleepy little town outside of South Pasadena. It was the perfect way to waste away a Saturday! Enjoy this rather hefty gallery on your Monday morning.

The Cub House
2510 Mission St
San Marino, CA 91108

  • breed007

    #29. I’m just not sure how I feel about that one.

    • It’s got some kookiness but I kinda like it. Kinda like a prize pig at a state fair with a mohawk.

    • That bike is perfect!

    • AdamBike99

      My hands feel like those bars would be hell. Oy!
      Otherwise, that bike is pure fire!

  • jtbadge

    Gotta have that Twerckx shirt.

  • Looked like a blast. Great gallery!

  • #81 Any Bort plates left?

    • None left, I checked. There were a few Bjørt plates, however… ;-)

    • Jared Wilkie

      Come along Bort.
      Were you talking to me?
      No, I also have a son named Bort.

  • chrismoustache

    Don’t know why, but I love how the Guedon decals also have a phone number. Also, what’s up with the Kelly / Mudfoot?

  • Raoul Morley

    That Jack Taylor looks suspiciously like a Flying Gate, which is weird to say the least…

    • Yeah, those Brits went crazy for experimental design back then.

      • Raoul Morley

        It’s weird to see Taylor Decals and not Jarvis or Baines on that sort of frame. I used to know Norman Jack’s brother he was still riding crazy miles on a fixie in winter really late in life…

        • Sevan LeClaire

          So yes, it’s a legitimate Jack Taylor.

    • Sevan LeClaire

      The Taylor brother helped out Bill Baines back in the day building his unique designed frames when he needed help, this being long before Trevor & Jeremy of TJ Cycles eventually succeeded the Flying Gate design w/ Baines approval. The Taylor brothers made only a handful of these frames, this being one of the last made. The frame configuration (designed in 1936) went by several names, including ‘Whirlwind’ (quite fitting). This one was coined ‘Five Bar Gate’ by Jack Taylor.

  • kt

    Ugh, I need to see more of that Klein!