Category Archives: Beautiful Bicycles
I love everything thing about these two bikes from Geelong, Australia’s Baum Cycles. We’ve seen the Baum process, but I didn’t touch on their photo studio, which is calibrated by one of the world’s premier photo calibration studios. They’re got their photo studio completely locked in, just like their bikes…
See more of Baum’s recent customer builds at the Baum Flickr.
Blue Lug loves US framebuilders and their newest acquisition is this Six Eleven Bicycle Co road bike with one serious build kit. Head over to the Blue Lug Flickr to see more detailed photos. Seriously, this one looks great!
With the 2014-15 cyclocross season ramping up and the House Industries / Richard Sachs show at Rapha NYC tomorrow, the guys at House just posted some exceptional photos of Brittlee Bowman’s team cross bike to up the ante.
My favorite part of this project: it’s a damn race bike! Not a showpiece. Well, tomorrow night it will be. Make sure you RSVP for the show at Rapha and see more details below.
It’s that time again! Kris from 44 Bikes walks us through yet another one of his shred sleds. Head on over to 44 Bikes to read up on one of my favorite bikes in his stable: his singlespeed MTB.
Golden Saddle Rides: Jack Brown-Equipped ANT Townie
Photos and words by Kyle Kelley
This is what happens when you have the Jack Brown Blues…
These particular tires were bought by one of our customers for the Dirty Hundo earlier in the year. After the ride this customer decided he would never ride a bicycle on the dirt again. He sold his Cyclocross bike, but couldn’t let go of these magnificent tires. Next thing you know, he’s bought this ANT just to have a bicycle to put the tires on…
Yikes! I love me a great seat tube cluster, especially when the paint is that sharp. See more of Al’s Signal road at the Signal Flickr. I’d love to shoot this one dirty!
Yikes! This bike looks like a real ripper. Bryan from Royal H Cycles built up this exquisite singlespeed ‘cross bike for the Bike Cult show in NYC and it’s now available for sale. The price is $3500 as shown, with a 57cm seat tube and 56.5cm top tube (center to center). I think that’s a great price, especially for such a unique frame. I’m really loving the lugwork and paint detailing. See more at the Royal H Flickr.
Great work Bryan! If you’re interested, holler at Royal H Cycles.
From here on out, any bike that goes off-road and could potentially find itself in the wilderness for an extended period of time with have a third bottle cage. They’re life savers.
Not to mention, I’d love to spend some “alone time” with this bike. See more at the Firefly Flickr!
Cross isn’t coming, it never left and as a versatile bike, it should remain in heavy use, year round. Bikes like the Alchemy Chiron look like they’d be worthy adversaries to a bit of heavy dirt thrashing.
See more at Alchemy Bicycles.
Jonah Birns designed this insane Red Hook Criterium Cinelli Vigorelli prize bike for the RHC Barcelona. Personally, I think this is one of the best looking RHC bikes to date.
Check out a few more photos below, including bike assembly process shots by Barceloneta Bikes.