Friday, May 27, 2016

2 bbc's on ebay

There happens to be 2 of my older frames on ebay at the moment.  I don't have anything to do with the auctions nor do I know the sellers.  Just passing along the word.  Potentially great deal on a 29er:

Monday, May 16, 2016

Minnecycle 4

Coming this weekend: Minnecycle 4!

Come on out and support your local framebuilders.  All the builders in the twin cities will be there.  Sat and Sunday, with a ride Sunday morning.


Sunday, January 10, 2016

Curvy tandem

My current project is a rather unique tandem frame. Theres a lot of sweeping bends and different features. This is a preset prime example of what true "custom" frame building is about!  

Here's the main tubes in the front triangle. 

And here's my mocking up the dual rear laterals/ seat stays.  The frame has clearance for 3+" tires, so all the stays have nice curves. 

It will be a Rohloff bike with S&S couplers in those curved tubes. We're building it with dual eccentrics and Rohloff oem sliding dropouts to allow better be height adjustment when running different size tires. 

More pics to come soon!


Saturday, October 10, 2015

web people?

So I'm looking to refresh my website as it's getting pretty dated.  Not necessarily a whole overhaul, but I have some ideas which are beyond my ambition level and available time.  Anyone out there doing web design interested in some bartering for bike work?

email me if so.

In the meantime, I've managed to break myself again..  Collarbone this time, from a little mtb issue.  Good news is it's a mild fracture and should heal up without surgery just fine.  It's already showing big improvement in 1 week.  My stiff back is the main issue now, I landed pretty hard on my head (smashed the helmet...) and have a lot of back muscle kinks to work through.

I don't tend to think of myself as disaster-prone, but I'm starting to reconsider.  I added it up and since I was in high school I've broken 9 bones!  Granted 5 of those were in the big accident in 2003, but that's a lot of bones to heal.  No wonder I get achy in the winter.

Back to resting...