Category Archives: Firefly
“One sees clearly only with the heart, anything essential is invisible to the eye.” This quote is from the novella the Little Prince and really resonated with Pat, the owner of this new Firefly disc road. What a fitting mantra for a bike that is designed to climb and descend mountain passes in Los Angeles by utilizing Shimano’s flat-mount disc brakes, White Industry 30mm spindle cranks, a beautiful segmented wishbone seatstay, a Parlee fork and supple Compass tires. Raw titanium bikes don’t usually do it for me, but this one sits like a dream.
Congrats to Pat and the team at Firefly for building up yet another Beautiful Bicycle for the mountains of Los Angeles!
… and can’t wait to ride them more. Sorry, that’s all I can say right now!
Well, it’s not really a gallery, it’s a new website that features a gallery. So if you’d like to drool over some Beautiful Bicycles, go check out Firefly‘s new site!
D2R2 is a big, tough, dirty ride outside of Boston. Year after year people from all over New England come to enjoy a bit of pain in the woods with friends. For the quickly approaching event, the Franklin Land Trust and Firefly are raffling off a custom frame valued over $4,000. Head on over to the Franklin Land Trust for more information!
Here’s a soft and bright photo from Firefly that’s sure to liven up your Tuesday afternoon. Jordan Low has been killing it over at Hot Tubes Paint!
Tenspeed Hero just announced their new Resort Collection, alongside a new Firefly frame offering. These new Columbus Spirit HSS frames come in a TSH-designed paint job and can be purchased as a frame, or complete, exclusively through Firefly.
Head to Tenspeed Hero and Firefly for more!
While some of Firefly’s clients choose to paint their titanium frames, others want to experiment with anodizing. Wow… See more at the Firefly Tumblr!
Ever wonder what a man like Jan Heine would want in a custom titanium bike? Well, this is merely speculation, but Firefly just posted a photoset of a ti bike with those 26″ Rat Trap Pass Compass tires and a titanium Tubus rack, labeled Jan Heine. So, speculate all you want, but I’m guessing this one will be in a forthcoming issue of Bicycle Quarterly. See more of this insane bike at the Firefly Flickr.
… they spec’d a camo anodizing pattern on a Firefly! Well, on the seat tube of a Firefly anyway. Check out more at their Flickr!
Firefly’s anodizing game has reached new heights with their latest frame. There’s so much going on here upon close inspection. See for yourself at their Tumblr.