While Summer’s a way out still, these Tomii Cycles watermelon caps are good year round. If you can get your hands on one. Made in Austin, Texas by Rothera Caps. They’re back in stock now, so head to Tomii to swoop!
Nao from Tomii Cycles always designs the best paint jobs and products, with the newest being these watermelon caps. Clean, simple and made in Austin, Texas by Rothera.
Scoop one up you can now pre-order these sold out caps at Tomii Cycles today!
Nao from Tomii Cycles has a knack for making ordinary objects extra-ordinary. Take these Velo Orange bells that he disassembles, then hand-hammers and creates a patina in the process. These retail for $30 from Tomii Cycles, or you can buy a VO Bell and do it yourself. Kudos to you, Nao!
These ultralight (3g for the pair) Tomii Cycles Magic Beans are a cable hanger pair for the minimalist’s cantilever brakes. Made in the USA and designed by Nao from Tomii and Aaron of 44RN, the Magic Beans are in stock now at Tomii Cycles.
Remember Fugo and his custom Tomii Cycles bike? Well, Fugo has grown up, as kids do and it was time for him to ditch his 20″ wheels for brand new 24″ wheelset. Remember, the design of Fugo’s bike allows him to upgrade to even a 26″ wheel. Nao, I love this photo and I think everyone here greatly appreciates your documentation of this unique project.
See more at the Tomii Flickr!
Weighing in at just 1 gram, this Tomii Cycles cable hanger is the minimalist’s dream straddle solution. No word on when it’ll be available for public consumption, or if he’ll be doing anodized colors, but you can sign me up! For now, keep on top of Tomii Cycles at their Instagram.
Brown and orange never looked so good. Nao from Tomii Cycles always takes pride in designing a client’s paint by touching pen to paper. Here’s his latest example: Tammy’s touring maching. You can see more at the Tomii Flickr or just give him a follow on Instagram.
These two had better get along, they’re going to be spending a lot of time together… Loving this photo!
Nao Tomii’s latest build process photos have me feeling all funny. I absolutely love the asymmetrical brake bridge and the sharp, pointed seat tube cluster. Keep on top of Tomii and his work at the Tomii Cycles Flickr.
The past few days, Nao from Tomii Cycles has been posting some beautiful photos from a traditional track build. From what I can tell from the Tomii Flickr, it’s being built with a 1″ steerer and Kalavinka track ends. The process is almost as alluring as the final product in this case. See more at the Tomii Flickr.