After a successful Kickstarter and a booked pre-order last year, Brooklyn’s Horse Cycles continues to offer four very affordable, made in the USA frame options, ranging from racer to casual cruiser. Check out the full details at Horse Cycles and see the other three frame offerings below.
Man, it feels good to be home, back to work and checking out some new videos that I missed over the weekend. Here’s a short one on Horse Cycles!
Photos by Nate Mumford
Thomas at Horse Cycles has been cranking away at the Urban Tour Project in his Brooklyn framebuilding shop. Local photographer Nate Mumford swung by to document the production. Head on over to the Horse Flickr for more!
Thomas from Horse Cycles has been working on his new sub-brand Urban Tour for well over a year. Marketed towards, you guessed it, urban portage on a bike. Urban Tour has products to fit every budget from caps to stems and complete bikes.
The latest from Horse Cycles is this classic trackbike for Mac. Built with a Suntour kit, bright red with gold accents, this beauty is going to look great with a little bit of street grime on it. Check out the full set at the Horse Flickr.
Photos by Nate Mumford
Thomas from Horse Cycles had this in his shop when I visited him back in October and let me tell you, that blue pops even more in person. Check out more of Nate’s lovely photos at the Horse Flickr. I really like that rear rack. Nicely done man.
Photo by Nate Mumford
Thomas from Horse Cycles has come a long way since his first track frame. It was about 5 years ago when I met him and in that time, he’s gone on to build touring bikes, road and townies. His new shop, located in Bushwick carries its own character. With rent prices through the roof, builders are forced to deal with tight, cramped quarters.
There’s more in store for Horse Cycles these next few months, with a new storefront planned and a complete city bike package, Thomas is going to have a busy winter. I caught up with him before I left for Philly, for the Bike Expo to see what he’s been up to. Check out more photos of his workshop below.
Thomas from Horse Cycles did a little step-by-step photo series on how he masks his logos on his bikes. Check out more here at the Horse Flickr and see this bike in person at the New Am Bike Show this weekend.