I can’t get over how metal these Bones Project bikes are shaping up. Each one is hand-painted by Eric Bones. Here’s number 04 and you can see more at Firefly’s Flickr.
People have all kinds of ways for showing their admiration of Columbus’ tubesets. Of course, you could always just put a decal on one of your bikes, noting the tube but that’s not the case with the latest from Firefly…
It’s been a while since I’ve shot a bike from Mark Majaco‘s shop here in Austin. Four years if I count correctly. In that time, we’ve both finely tuned our art. Well, I can speak for Mark anyway. This True Temper road bike is heading to the Philly Bike Expo and is a prime example of what Mark describes as a straight-forward, fillet brazed road frameset.
Built, painted and assembled in Austin, TX, these frames run under $2,000. Paired with Ultegra and you’ve got one solid machine…
Three things can make all the difference on your ride: tires, bar tape and your saddle. This bike in particular is about as dialed as they get, both in aesthetics and comfort. Out of all my bikes, I gotta say, the Woodville has the most character and I’ve been enjoying each of the three aforementioned choices so far.
Easton’s bar tape, Bruce Gordon Rock n Road tires and the Brooks Cambium C15.
As a side note, I’m not sure what spawned this, other than I’m trying out a makeshift studio in my office. If anyone has experiences mixing a B1 500 TTL strobe with speedlights, I’d love to hear from you! I’m using the Air remote.
Once I get these photos dialed in, maybe I’ll post a photoset. For now, here are three detailed shots I’m stoked on.
Jeremiah Kille is an artist in Santa Cruz, California and like John Caletti, he creates vibrant pieces of work, relying on geometry and color. This new titanium road was built to Jeremiah’s specifications, utilizing a plethora of chevrons, inspired both by the sunsets of Santa Cruz and classic surf culture of the 70’s.
Photographer Peter Thomsen took his time documenting this one. See a few more below and the full set at Peter’s portfolio site
You too can wow fans as you rip around dirty, dusty corners on a cross bike and while you’re most likely not riding a Richard Sachs team bike, at least you’ll look the part. Check out the House Industries-designed Richard Sachs Cyclocross kit pre-order for more information.
Photos by Brenton Salo
When you own a company like Gevenalle, you’ve got to practice what you preach. How else do you expect to obtain valuable PR&D and new product ideas? Adam recently laced out his Rock Lobster cross bike with all things USA and Gevenalle. Check out more photos below, along with a parts list…
Framebuilder Mitch Pryor teamed up with Brent and Katryn Steelman to join forces on a batch of half tig welded / half brazed randonneur framesets. Over the past few months, I’ve been watching the progress and finally, we’re seeing some of the final frames rolling out of production.
It’s interesting to me seeing the mix of tig and brazed construction. Something you don’t see every day coming from production batches and I for one can say that these bikes are looking superb. See more from the S&P Randonneur Project below and follow along at the Map Flickr.
This video may address him as Ted James, but I know him as Super Ted. I’m stoked to see an old friend like Ted making moves in the BMX framebuilding world over in the UK. Also, don’t miss his piece on the RideUKBMX blog!
New England is rich with frame builders and that’s exactly what the New England Builder’s Ball is looking to celebrate. In partnership with the KMC Cyclocross Festival, the East Coast Greenway Alliance is pleased to present the New England Builders’ Ball, a celebration of bicycle framebuilders and an exhibition of their work.
Don’t miss it, Friday, October 3rd in Providence, Rhode Island.