A Bishop road bike is a grail for many cyclists and with details like those found in Jim’s new classic road, it’s easy to see why. Check out more photos at the Bishop Flickr. I seriously love this bike!
Just… hold… still… This might hurt a bit.
Chris Bishop doing his thing, both documenting and building beautiful bicycles. See more at the Bishop Flickr!
This one’s a truly unique ride. PAUL cantis, Rene Herse cranks, vintage Dura Ace and a paint job that will only look better with dirt, mud and road dust caked into the nooks and crannies. Jonathan’s dirt road bike is a dream build!
See more at the Bishop Flickr. Chris, this is a fine bicycle!
What do you call a road bike with a decalleur? I dunno? Light tourer? Whatever it is, Chris Bishop’s calling it a road bike, but it’s way more than that. Head over to the Bishop Flickr to see more.
This bike is amazing – the striping on the stays!!!. Killer job, Chris!
Photo by Keith Teket
Finishing lugs isn’t easy, yet people like Chris Bishop make it look so. Check out more photos of Seth’s road bike at the Bishop Flickr!
It’s not every day you see a disc-ready road frame built entirely from steel. Usually, the client will spec a carbon fork and a 44mm head tube. Not on this bike though. The details overfloweth at the Bishop Bikes Flickr!
… and all I can focus on is the seat tube cluster!
I love how even the simplest Bishop road bike has so much attention to detail. Seriously, look at that lug thinning! See more of Curtis’ road at the Bishop Flickr.
Man, this bike has been in process since 2012. Seriously. I remembered those Courage track ends specifically. There’s a saying that all good things take time and that can certainly be applied here. Magnus’ bike is looking amazing. See more at the Bishop Flickr!
Photos by Keith Trotta
After I shot photos of Chris Bishop’s blue Drillium Revival Track Bike, a customer named Eduardo contacted him to make a similar bike, but as a singlespeed. I’d say it’s pretty damn close too. Especially the Drillium Revival cranks. See more at the Bishop Flickr.
This is why I love Chris Bishop’s work so much: he takes the time to machine and shape everything, down to the cable stops. See more of Andrew’s road at the Bishop Flickr!