This past week has been one of the coldest since we have been in the new shop. Lots of extra clothing and firing up the wood stove has been necessary. Spring is just around the corner and the orders are rolling in.
This is Nathan’s coupled road bike. The frame is a mix of True Temper and Columbus tubing. Build kit is a Shimano Ultegra compact group along with a few of Nathan’s favourite components. Since this photo was taken the fork has been replaced with an Enve 2.0 road fork. The wheels will be replaced with Chris King Cross hubs built to Open Pro rims.
Craig ordered a new cross bike. The bike is built around a 200mm long High Sierra custom crank arms. The paint is a pearl white powder with contrasting blue decals and fenders.
Heather ordered a small allrounder road bike. The bike will accept a 26 inch or 650c wheel. It will accommodate a touring tire and fenders if she needs them in the future. The paint is a gloss black powder with a blue pearl in the clear coat. The blue pops in direct sunlight. Unfortunately the lighting wasn’t great when I took the picture.
This titanium touring bike is the second time around for Paul. His original bike was delivered last spring and unfortunately stolen shortly after. It is exactly the same as the original but this time we were able to take advantage of the new Campagnolo Veloce triple group.
Beniot’s touring bike looks sharp! The sparkle copper powder is one of the nicer powder colours we have. The frame was built with S+S couplers, Avid BB7 disc brakes, Alfine dynamo hub, and Tubus Racks.
We took a little time around Christmas this year and did some workshop organizing and experimenting with liquid paint. We plan to offer more colour options and paint schemes shortly.