Friday, July 03, 2015

Weekly random shop photos

Word on the street is I might have an actual website at some point soon...

In the meantime, I'm still making stuff out of metal.

Getting close

All mitered

Sideways Solidbikes 30.9 plug

Soon you'll be covered up by the downtube...

Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Greg finishes up...

Actually, due to a little snafu with a cut-too-short seatstay bridge, it'll be a few more shop hours. But we're close!

Monday, June 29, 2015

Action Felix

Fully poseable. Accessories not included. 

Frame built at WW frame school

Monday photos from Felix

Speedplay lives!
Clean. A little _too_ clean.
Fattie on dirt? Why not!

Sunday, June 28, 2015

Fall River Rd... in summer?

Gorgeous. Thanks for the photo, Marcus!

Very very old WW modernized with huge tires!

Thursday, June 25, 2015

A couple from Carey

Finally built up and dirty (a little dirty, anyway) after the epic powdercoat delays of the spring.

Geometry for the bored and/or nerdy here.

Day in the life...

Not shown: spending 10 minutes removing powdercoat masking tape from inside of head/seat tubes, cutting finger in process, packing boxes and taping stuff up, cutting finger again on tape gun, etc. Glamourous, baby.

Also, not my ride picture, sadly. That's Miguel's fun, I ride at night, or pull a trailer full of kids.

Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Is this your lucky day?

It is if you're looking for a great 27.5 full suspension frame (or complete bike) with a 23.2"/59cm effective toptube, modern trail geometry/features, and 110mm travel.

The long story short: Jude (who I built a hardtail for many many years ago) saw all his friends getting cool new full suspension bikes with dropper and adjustable travel and bells and whistles. And he decided he needed one. Which I built. But... it turns out he prefers his singlespeed for the rides he actually does on a day to day basis, and he never rides the dually. Sometimes you gotta learn that kind of lesson the hard way, I guess. The frame has less than 500 miles on it after about a year.

So I'm helping him sell it to fund a new hardtail.

Here are the vitals:
-59cm/23.2" effective toptube, 69 degree HTA, 67.3cm front center.
-42.5cm chainstays, 12x142 through axle.
-73 degree seat tube angle, built for a 31.6 dropper post.
-118mm head tube
-33cm (unsprung) BB height
-110mm travel out back, will take 100 or 120 in the front (68 degree head tube angle with 120)
-Loads of standover.
-Fox CTD rear shock, low miles and in great shape
-Will include a brand new powdercoat in your color of choice

Jude would like to get $1500 but he'll listen to reasonable offers. Complete parts kit is available at my usual smoking cheap prices, as well. Please email me with questions.

Monday, June 22, 2015

Happy (late) father's day, everyone!

When Milo first saw the Lauf fork on Miguel's bike, he said, "silla!" and tried to sit on it.